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George, on S. G. of Pitt, 10. 

62, 99, 243. 
F., J., 8. 223. 
Fabian, Peter, explores Gape Fear, 1. 

67-71. 
Fabler, Lieut. Coi., 12. 461. 
Fabin, And., in militia, 22. 276. 
Fabin, Andrew, in militia, 22. 387. 
Facen, Jas., in militia, 22. 273. 
Factory, 18. 226, 227. 
Faddis, John, payment to, 2f . 219, 221. 
Faddles, Jas., army rank, 18. 1060. 
Fagain, Richd., quit rents of, 22. 245. 
Fagan, George, land grant to, 4. 945. 
Fagan, Rich., juror, 26. 187. 
Fagan, Richard, sherifiF, 21. 1075. 
Fagans, George, petition on who are 

tyttiables, 8. 97-98. 
Fager (Fagan), Richardson, claim, 

20. 130. 312, 313. 
Fagety, Jas., army rank, 18. 1058. 
Fagg, Moses, land grant to, 4. 851. 
Faggin, George, land grant to, 4. 961. 
Fagin, Richard, bill for town on lands 

of, 18. 144, 200, 368, 380. 
Fagon, Richardson, discharged from 

Prov. Cong., 10. 521. 
Fagont, John, petitions on land grants, 

8. 12601262; 11. 250-252. 
Fagort, John, petitions on land grants, 

8. 1260-1262; 11. 250-252. 
Fail, Thos., army rank, 18. 1058. 
Fa lie, Dixon, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Failes, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 594. 
Fain. See Fane. 

Fain, Wm., recommended for promo- 
tion, 11. 716. 
Fair, Capt., 22. 188. 
Fair, Noah, in army, 18. 515. 
Fair Forest, 7. 461, 1005, 1007; 

181. 



Fair Forest, 8. C, number British In, 
14. 505, 616. 

Fair Forest Camp, 7. 996, 1001, 1005, 
1007. 

Fair Forest Creole, 11. facing 80. 

Fairbrother, Francis, in common coun- 
cil, 18. 793. 

Fairciiff, Thomas, juror, 4. 518. 

Faircioth. See Farecloth. 

Faircioth, Edward, roadoverseer in- 
dicted, 2. 365. 

reported for neglect, 2. 400, 405, 
411. 

Faircioth, Jno.*, army rank, 18. 1059. 
Faircioth, Jno., army rank, 18. 1061. 
Faircioth, John, arrested for fraud, 

&c., 18. 21-22, 36, 164, 251, 382, 

384, 390. 
Faircioth, Thos., in militia, 22. 345. 
Faircioth, Wm., army rank, 18. 1058. 
arrested for fraud, etc., 18. 21-22, 

36, 68, 71, 73, 74, 108, 162, 163, 

251, 303, 306, 335, 384, 386. 
convicted of fraud, 20. 630. 
receives pay of soldiers, 17. 190, 

194. 195, 196, 200, 201, 202, 206. 

206, 207, 208, 210, 211, 214, 215. 

218, 219, 220, 221, 223. 225, 227. 

231, 232, 233, 235, 236, 237, 239, 

240, 241, 243, 244, 247, 248, 250, 253, 

254, 255, 258, 259, 260, 262. 
settles accounts of Rowe, 21. 316. 
Fairfax Co., Va., tithables in 1756, 6. 

564. 
Fairfield, Samuel, 8. 1234. 
Fairfield, Conn. (?), burned. 8. xxxviii. 
Fairfield, Conn., 8. 1230, 1232. 
Fairfield, N. C, Moravians at, 6. 1158. 
Fairfield church, 6. 1215. 
Fairfield Co., O., Lutherans in ask for 

minister, 8. 779. 
Fair less, Nicholas, 4. 46. 
quit rents of, 22. 241. 



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FALLON, DR. JAMES 



Fairlie. See Farlee. 
Fairlie, James, prisoner, 16. 673. 
Fairs, act for, 23. 346; 26. 240-2; in 
Halifax, 24. 17-18, 283-5. 
bill to establlBh, 4. 1065, 1056, 1057. 
1058, 1064; 6. 42, 43, 44, 46, 49, 
59, 60, 61, 63, 66, 67; in Halifax, 
12. 32, 41, 46, 56, 57, 58, 112; in 
Halifax and Edenton, 1 3. 851, 875, 
882, 943, 955, 970; in Wilmington, 
12. 168, 173, 178, 205, 206, 220, 
255, 320. 344, 349, 382; 13. 358. 
right to hold granted to Hillsboro, 
6. 217. 
Falrweather, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 

255. 
Faison. See Fasen. 
Faison, Jas., army rank, 16. 1059. 
Faison, James, Jr., exempted, 6. 807. 
Faison, Thomas Ivey, 17. 133. 
Faith, Essay on, 22. 885. 
Faithfuli, Wm., army rank, 16. 1060. 
Faia, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 255. 
Falcon, sloop, 10. 412, 420. 
Falcon, The, in Cape Fear River, 22. 

751. 
Falconar. See Falconer, Faulconer. 
Faiconar, John, imported, 1. 613. 
Falconar, John, Juror, 1. 621. 
law suit, 1. 617, 624. 
sells, 1. 626. 
witness, 1. 621, 622, 626. 
Falconar (Falconer, Falcenar, Faico- 
nor), John, juror, 2. 364, 399, 657, 
709, 712. 
messenger to Assem., 2. 575, 610. 
surety, 2. 436. 
takes prisoner, 2. 757, 758. 
Falconberg, Lord Viscount, at Board 

of Trade meeting, 1. 341-342. 
Falconberg, Isaac, regulator, 6. 78. 
Faiconbery, Andrew, regulator, 6. 80. 
Falconbery, Isaac, Jr., regulator, 6. 80. 
Faiconbery, Henry, regulator, 6. 80. 
Falconbery, John, regulator, 6. 80. 
Falconer. See Falconar, Faulconer. 
Falconer, George, 10. 685. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 229, 

252. 
recommended as lieut., 18. 288. 
Falconer, Jas., army rank, 16. 1058. 
Falconer, John, attorney, 1. 562, 573. 
gives power of atty, 1. 549, 
law suits, 1. 578, 605. 
receives power of att'y, 1. 606-607. 
to divide estate, 1. 871. 
witness, 1, 563, 653. 



Falconer, John, claims, 4. 150. 
Falconer, John, juror, 26. 185. 
Falconer, Jno., quit rents of, 22. 255. 
Faies, Capt., to receive powder, 10. 

433. 
Falian, John, boundary &c. coms'r, 

24. 228, 449. 
Faiinor, John, appraiser, 2. 105. 

grand Juror, 2. 98. 
Faiklands Islands, English expelled 

from, 6. 229. 

Falkner, , witness, 2. 653. 

Falkner, Emanuel, in militia, 22. 370. 
Falkner, Emanuel, in militia, 22. 377. 
Falkner, Emanuel, in militia, 22. 379. 
Falkner, Francis, exempted, 18. 24. 
Falkner, Francis, in militia, 22. 379. 
Falkner, Francis, messenger, 22. 1044. 
Falkner, Francis, witness, 10. 931, 957. 
Falkner, Francis, Jr., exempted from 

poll tax, 16. 50, 53. 
Falkner, George, on S. C. of Pitt. 10. 

38, 62, 99, 243. 
patroler, 10. 64. 
Falkner, Ralph, to Gates on his troops, 

14. 657; on supplies, troops, &c., 

14. 648-649. 
Falkner, Thomas, commission as sec- 
retary and clerk of crown to be 

signed, 11. 143. 
nominated as Secretary and clerk 

of crown, 6. 625, 626. 
rents out office of secretary, 8. 264. 
Falkner, Thos., in militia, 22. 356. 
Falkner, Wm., in militia, 22. 371. 
Falkner, Wm., in militia, 22. 377. 
Fail. See Falls. 
Fall, Christen, regulator, 7. 737. 
Fall, Thos., land grant to, 4. 55. 
Fal laugh, Wm., tried for swearing, 2. 

443. 
Falling, Wm., deposition on hostile in- 
tentions of Cherokees, 10. 665. 
Falling Creek, 4. 802; 14. 599. 
Falling River, 6. 1203. 
Failing Run, 23. 299; 24. 172; 26. 

508. 

Fallon, > 17. 151. 

Fallon, , attacks Hooper, 16. 992. 

opposes Hooper and bills protested, 

16. 997. 
Fallon, Dr. James, arrested by Safety 

committee for a publication and 

jailed. 10. 410, 412, 418, 419-420, 

422. 
to Burke on medical affairs, &c., 

14. 49-50. 



PALLON, JOHN 



FANNING, DAVID 



Failon, John, to Ancrum for his re- 
lease, &c., 22. 737-8. 

Fa I ion, Leopold, petitions on repeal of 
tax on free negroes, 6. 982-983. 

Fallow, Wm., juryman, 2. 266. 

Falls. See Fall. 

Falls, Capt., defeats Tories, 14. xiv. 

' patrols, 18. 317. 
reports on Briar Creek battle, 14. 

278, 282; on Light Horse, 17. 
1043. 

Falls, Galbraith, dispute of not to in- 
jure liberty, 10. 136. 
memorial of executor, 21. 56, 98, 

107, 409-410. 
militia captain, 24. 197, 367. 
sheriff, 22. 504, 505, 507, 509, 511. 
to Assembly on use of militia, 13. 
389-390. 
Falls, Gilbert, attacks Tories, 16. 7. 
Falls, Gilharth, on Rowan S. C, 10. 

279, 432, 592. 
Falls, Wm., 18. 621. 

Falls, Wm., pensioner, 22. 66. 

Fall's Mill, 22. 572. 

Fails of Neuse River, 21. 800; 26. 109. 

Falls of Tar River, 24. 139. 

Falls of Tar River Church, 6. 1176, 

1177. 
Falls of the Ohio, 17. 159, 160; 22. 

677. 
Falmouth, Lord Viscount, at council, 

2. 680. 732. 
Falmouth, Viscount, 8. 1015. 
at Privy Council, 8. 53-54, 723; 11. 

236. 
Falmouth, Eng., 7. 168f. 
Falmouth, Mass., 17. 593. 
False Entries, Eng. act on in force 

in N. C, 28. .320. 
False Returns of Writs, Eng. act on 

In force in N. C, 28. 318. 
Fame, schooner, 18. 541. 
Families, grants in proportion to size 

of, 8. 101-102, 148. 
size, 6. 355-356. 
stetistics of, 28. 240-1313. 
Family names, persistence of in N. C, 

28. iii. 
Famine, loss of crops, 8. 28. 
Famlin, John, land grant to, 4. 1049. 
Famous, man of war, 10. 84. 
Fanacllff, Wm., land to be resurveyed, 

4. 275. 
Fane. See Pain. 
Fane, David, act for land to, 24. 629- 

630. 



land grant to, 18. 572. 
Fane, Francis, 3. 621. 

at Board of Trade meetings, 4. 879- 
883, 936-939, 1028-1030, 1225-1235; 
6. 26-29, 166-172, 480-488, 649-653. 

consulted on validity of grants, 8. 
126, 127. 

laws sent to for consideration, 4 
213, 268, 269, 436. 439, 586. 

letter to on subject of laws, 4. 340. 

on appointment of Henley as chief 
justice, 6. 403. 

on repeal of laws and enactment of 
new ones, 6. 397-399, 404-407. 

ordinance for Ft: Johnston discuss- 
ed, 6. 399-400. 

reports on N. C. acts, 4. 252. 

to Bedford on charges against John- 
ston, 4. 930-935. 

to Dobbs on Crymble-Huey grant, 
6. 627-628; on French war, 6. 563- 
564. 

to Johnston on Palatines, ftc, 4. 
957; on public affairs, 4. 846. 

to King on size of land grants, 6. 
396-397. 

to Rowan on his administration, 6. 
25-26. 
Fane, Henry, secretary of Privy Coun- 
cil and signs its orders, 11. 143, 
144, 145. 
Fanin, John, regulator, 7. 787. 
Fanman, James, land grant to, 4. 1242. 
Fann, Wm., army rank, 18. 1060. 
Fannen, John, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fanney, J no., army rank, 18. 1069. 
Fannin, John, quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Fanning (Fannen), David, 16. 157, 
657; 18. 209; 18. 971, 991; 22. 
145. 

activity of, 16. 437. 

asks for truce but power broken and 
leaves State, 18. x. 

attacked by whigs, 22. 185, 193-4. 

attacks Alston, 22. 557; captures 
Moss, 22. 1048; Collyer and Bal- 
four, 22. 194; Wade, 22. 205-6. 

Burke held as hostage for, 18. 15, 
185. 

captured and escapes, 22. 183, 184, 
185, 186, 187, 188, 237. 

captures Burke, 18. 962; 22. 102, 
125. 206-7, 210; patriots. 22. 550. 

chosen to command Tories, 22. 194- 
196. 

claims presented, 22. 235-6. 



FANNING, DAVID 



FANNING, EDMUND 



conduct after capture of Burke, 16. 

651 
correspondence with Cage, 22. 204. 
Craig to on the war. 22. 209. 
defeated by Duck, 22. 192. 
depredations in Randolph, 16. 203- 

205. 
encounters Alston, 22. 202-3, 238. 
excepted from pardon, 16. 850; 22. 

236-7; 24. 490. 
fights Henley, 16. 211; Hinds, 22. 

192-3. 
followers convicted, 22. 610, 611. 
forged letters sent to, 22. 225-7. 
goes to Deep River, 22. 191; to 

Holston River, 22. 187; to S. C, 

22. 228-9; to St. Augustine, 22. 

231. 
Hamilton to on his claims, 22. 232- 

233. 
indexes his journal, 22. 239. 
joins Comwallis, 22. 192; Indians, 

22. 184, 237. 
kills Balfour and others, 16. 244- 

245. 
letter of considered, 16. 217. 
mare captured, 22. 227-8, 239. 
married, 22. 225, 239. 
movements, 22. v, 185, 189, 190, 

191-4, 198, 202-4, 208, 213, 221, 

562, 563, 567, 670, 575-6, 585; and 

efforts to capture Gov. Burke, 16. 

610. 
narrative of revolutionary services 

of, 22. V, 180-239. 
number of his skirmishes, 22. 208. 
pardoned, 22. 189. 
property lost by, 22. 231-6. 
raises troops, 16. 211. 
report on activity of, 16. 555, 557; 

16. 212-213, 217, 229, 284, 345, 346, 

500-501, 557, 558, 560, 583, 613. 
retreats from East Florida, 22. 185. 
seeks to hold Charleston, 22. 229-30. 
size of troop, 22. 568. 
skirmishes, 22. 208-9, 210, 211, 213. 
summary of services, 22. 233-4. 
testimonial to, 22. 231. 
threatens inhabitants, 22. 206; the 

upper country, 16. 577. 
to Burke on retaliation and armis- 
tice, 16. 205-208. 
treats prisoners kindly, 22. 550. 
treats with Whigs for peace, 22. 

213-220, 222, 223, 224, 225. 
tried for high treason, 22. 185. 
tries to recover mare, 22. 230. 



work of, 16. viii. 

wounded, 22. 207, 238; and defeat- 
ed, 16. 244. 
Fanning, Mrs. David, 22. 225, 229. 
Fanning, Edmund, 6. 209, 253, 281; 6. 
1097, 1164; 17. 140; 21. 792. 

allowed preference in lots, 26. 502. 

and complaints of regulators, 7. 700. 

and execution of Pugh, 6. xxxi-xxxii. 

and regulators, 7. xxiv, xxv, xxviii, 
762. 763, 764, 765, 766, 768, 769, 
774, 776, 791, 793, 794, 802, 816, 
820, 832, 847, 848, 884. 

arrests Fanning and Butler, 7. 765. 

asked by regulators to aid them, 7. 
760-761. 

asks for army against regulators, 

6. 645; indulgence for Harris, 7*. 
864; reparation for injuries done 
by regulators, 6. 548, 551, 560-562. 

Assembly refuses to reimburse, 6. 
xiii. 

assistant justice, 7. 444. 

at council of war, 7. 842. 

attacked by regulators, 7. xxi-xxii. 

beaten by regulators, 6. xix, 242, 245. 

bill to vest lands of in Nash, 16. 
856, 857, 858, 865. 950, 993. 

building commissioner, 26. 825, 829. 

causes Few to be hanged, 6. vi; 
property of regulators to be de- 
stroyed, 6. 647; regulator to be 
hanged, 6. 648. 

charges against mentioned, 7. 769. 

colonel in regulator campaign, 7. 
718-719. 720; 6. 585, 587. 588. 592; 
Orange militia, 22. 871. 

commissioned judge, 7. 200, 201. 

condition of, 6. 244. 

death threatened to, 6. 520. 

declines judgeship, 7. 698. 

does not join in memorial on regula- 
tors, 6. 246-247. 

Dyle sends apology to, 7. 191. 

exhonorated by Assembly from 
charges, 6. 461. 

extortions of, 7. xv-xvi; developed 
by the system, 6. xxviii. 

gets influence over Tryon, 6. xxxvii, 
xxxvlii. 

Gray to on regulators in Hillsboro, 

7. 705-706. 

house destroyed by regulators, 6. 
243, 244, 245, 251, 257. 

in Assembly, 6. 847, 866, 910, 913, 
931, 936; 7. 296, 299, 300, 304, 306, 
308. 314, 326, 327, 331 342, 343, 



FANNING, EDMUND 



FANNING, SUSANNA 



345, 350, 351, 352, 364, 359, 364, 
366, 367, 368, 370, 373, 374, 376. 
377, 384; 7. xxiv, xxv, 386, 394, 
396, 403, 405, 408, 412, 571, 573, 
574, 576. 587. 588. 592, 609, 625. 
633. 634. 648. 656. 659. 663. 664. 
924. 929. 935, 944. 945. 950. 961, 
963; 8. 106. 107. 304. 314. 321, 323, 
327. 328. 329. 330. 333. 334. 337. 
338. 356, 370, 371. 376. 386. 392, 
393, 400. 402. 408. 410. 414. 422. 
424. 428. 441. 442. 447. 449. 454. 
455. 458. 646. 

in regulation campaign. 18: 847. 
849. 

indictment against and opinion on 
same. 8. 225-226. 

indictments for destroying house of, 
8. 646-647. 

Jones to on character of inhabitants. 
7. 100-101. 

law suit of. 8. 185. 

letters to and from. 7. 721; to D. 
Fanning mentioned. 22. 210. 238. 

McCulloh to on case of, 8. 223-225; 
on need of agent and English poli- 
tics, 7. 752-755. 756; on riots over 
Selwyn lands, 7. 32-34. 

Nash and Hart to on regulators, 7. 
710-712. 721. 

offers to become chancellor of 
Queen's College. 6. 1225. 

on Cherokee boundary expedition. 
7. 991. 995. 1008. 

on com. of Assembly. 7. 297. 320. 
344. 345, 394-. 397. 570. 571. 662, 
897. 936. 964; 8. 288, 306, 308. 315. 
325. 

on taxes in Orange, 7. 772-773. 

on Tryon's Cherokee expedition, 7. 
xiii. 

opposed by regulators. 22. 408. 

opposes regulators. 7. 728. 

ordered to capture flour. 8. 714; to 
place guard over prisoners, 8. 
711; to raise 200 men against reg- 
ulators. 8. 704. 

orders to from Tryon, 6. 716. 

outrages of regulators against men- 
tioned, 8. 720. 

Paine to on refusal to muster. 7. 
743. 

pays regulation bills. 22. 452, 453. 

Piggott to on regulators, 7. 745. 

presents depositions for McCulloh, 
7. 11. 

presides at court. 7. 255-256. 521. 



proclamation against regulators, 7. 

739-740. 
produces commission as assistant 

judge and qualifies. 7. 192. 
property confiscated. 18. 672; 24. 

263. 285. 287. 424. 
protected by courts. 8. xix-xx. 
protests against regulators. 8. 273- 

274. 
quoted on condition of poor. 7. 760. 
recruits delivered to. 22. 417, 418. 

420. 
regulators deny taking money from. 

6. 260; entry on causes of. 8. 
236. 237. 

released by regulators. 8. 243. 
report of sinking fund mentioned. 

7. xvll. 

resolve by inhabitants of Orange in 

behalf of. 8. 230-231; of Assembly 

on printed. 8. 477. 
seduces sweetheart of Pew. 7. xxxi. 
sketch of. 6. xl-xlii. 
subscribes to test. 7. 522. 
surety, 7. 847; 8. 18-19. 
taking of fees by. 6. 27-28, 33-34. 35. 

36. 
threats of keeping him from sitting 

in Assembly. 8. 262. 
to be Chancellor of Queen's College. 

8. xliv. 

to Bennehan on chair and dress 

gOQds, 7. 506-507. 
to Dixon on regulators. 7. 745-746. 
to Fudge on regulators. 7. 741. 766. 
to Gray on regulators. 7. 706-707. 
to order out Orange militia. 8. 686- 

687. 
to Tryon on regulators, 7. 744-745, 
751; on regulators in Orange Co.. 
7. 713-716. 
trial of. 7. 844. 
trustee of Queen's College. 8. 487; 

24. 519e. 
Tryon to on calling out troops, for 
defence of Legislature, 8. 684, 686. 
687. 688; on regulators. 7. 717- 
718, 719-720. 
whipped and house destroyed. 8. 

645. 
writes obituary of Tryon. 8. xxxv. 
Fanning, Gehu, petition on C. H., 8. 

, 806-807. 
Fanning, James, 6. xl. 
Fanning, Peter, army rank. 18. 1059. 
Fanning, Richard, 22. 584. 
Fanning. Susanna, 21. 64. 



SCANNING, THOMAS 



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PARMER, THOMAS 



FanninQi Thomas, regulator, 7. 808. 
Fanning, Thomas, Jr., regulator, 7. 808. 
Fanning, Wm., Tory officer, 22. 198. 
Fannon, James, land grant to, 4. 1242. 
Fannon, James, land grant to, 4. 1249. 
Fanny, The, commission asked for, 14. 

107. 
Fanny, brig, proceedings in case of, 

10. 409-410. 
Fanny, privateer, 14. iv. 
Fanny, sloop, 10. 415. 
Fanny (countersign), 6. 607. 
Fanshaw, Moses, juror, 4. 520. 
Fanshaw, Richard, juror, 4. 520. 
Fany, Wm., regulator, 7. 736. 
Far. See Farr. 
Far, Wm., in army, 16. 735. 
Farache, Rais, settles Morocco signals, 

18. 1001. 
Fardweil, Abraham, army pay, 17. 210. 
Fare, John, land grant to, 4. 221. 
Fare, Obadiah, appraiser, 1. 611. 
Fare, Richard, land grant to, 4. 221. 
Farecloth. See Faircloth. 
Farecioth, Ed., juror, 26. 187. 
Farguerson. See Ferguson. 
Farguerson, Col., 14. 553. 
Farguson, Mr., receives free advice 

from Va. on Tuscarora war, 1. 

836. 
Farguson, Samuel, claims allowed, 6. 

741. 
Faries, Isaac, county clerk, 6. 320. 
Faris. See Farris, Farres. 
Faris, Isaac, gives bond as clerk of 

county court, 6. 437. 
Faris, Isaac, in militia, 22. 275. 
Faris, John, 16. 796. 
Faris, Robert, claims proved, 6. 517. 
Faris (Farris), Wm., 6. 78. 
church coms'r, 26. 243. 
congratulates Dobbs, 6. 334-335. 
in Assembly, 4, 720, 723, 724, 726, 

731, 733, 735, 736. 737, 739, 741, 

742, 748, 770, 773, 775, 776, 779, 

783, 784, 785, 786, 787, 788; on com. 

of Assem., 4. 721, 736, 738, 773. 
judge of admiralty court, 7. 459. 
land grant to, 4. 1240^ 
road coms'r, 23. 220. 
See also Farris. 
Farkinton, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 245. 
Farlee. See Fairlie. 
Farlee, James, dead, 22. 328, 356. 
Farlee, Jas., juror, 4. 516. 
Farlee, James, report on militia co., 
I 356-9. 



Farlee, James Park, a J. P., 28. 994. 

in Prov. Cong., 10. 165, 168, 172. 
Farlee, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 325. 
Farleys, Messrs, 20. 667. 
Fariing, Maj., 12. 464. 
Farlis, Thos., in militia. 22. 321. 
Farloe, Mr., pays escheat money, 2. 

729. 
Farloe, James, appraiser, 1. 448. 
juror, 1. 427, 428, 431. 
negro tried, 4. 530. 
to pay witnesses, 1. 430. 
Farloe, William, law suit, 1. 430. 
Far Ion, George, petition on catching 

nsh, 8. 87-88. 
Farlow (Farloe), James, appraiser, 2. 

673. 
juror, 2. 408, 409, 433, 476. 
land lapses, 2. 181. 
pays quit rents, 2. 727. 
surety, 2. 446. 
tried for slander, 2. 401, 411. 
witness, 1. 741. 
Farlow, Jas., juror, 26. 185. 
Farlow, James, Jr., asks lapse patent, 

2. 429. 
Farlow, James, 8r., land lapses, 2. 429. 
Farlys, John, J., receives clothing, 18. 

619. 
Farmer. See Fermer. 
Farmer, Capt., 14. 534. 
Farmer, Lieut. Col., 12. 472. 
Farmer, Maj., expedition of mentioned, 

7. 111. 
Farmer, Benjn., army rank, 18. 1069. 
Farmer, Cunrod, takes oath, 22. 171. 
Farmer, Henry, army rank, 18. 1059. 
Farmer, Isaac, rights proved, 4. 644. 
Farmer, Jas., army rank, 18. 1060. 
Farmer, Jas., quit rents of, 22. 244. 
Farmer, Jese, army rank, 18. 1060. 
Farmer, J no., army rank, 18. 1059. 
Farmer, J no., army rank, 18. 1059. 
Farmer, Jno., army rank, 18. 1059. 
Farmer, Joseph, in militia, 22. 162. 
Farmer, Joslah, takes oath, 22. 177. 
Farmer, Thos., asks to have land grant 

put aside, 4. 959-960. 
Farmer, Thos., in Assembly, 18. 2, 3, 

49, 79, 127, 153, 156. 167; 18. 234, 

235, 282, 286, 295, 299, 324, 354, 

359, 394. 
Farmer, Thos., in militia, 22. 451. 
Farmer, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 

643, 891, 947, 950. 
Farmer, Thos., petitions, 18. 932, 934. 
Farmer, Thomas, protests against reg- 



i'ARMER, WM. 



i'ARROW, JNO. 



ulators, 8. 273-274. 
Farmer, Wm., army rank, 16. 1056. 
Farmer, Wm., army rank, 16. 1059. 
Farmer, Wm., in army, 18. 522. 
Farmer, Wm., in Conv. 17S8, 22. 10, 

26, 28, 31, 32. 
Farmer, Wm., land grant to, 4. 273. 
Farmers General of France, debt to, 

17. 526. 
report on debt to, 17. 52-53. 
tobacco trade, 16. 627-634, 722, 744. 
Farmers making waste, Eng. act on 

in force in N. C, 28. 318. 
Farm II, Benj., in militia, 22. 343. 
Farmington, Conn., 13. 496- 
Farnifold's Creek, 4. 1044. 
Farnll, Thos., in militia, 22. 343. 
Farnill, BenJ., in militia, 22. 342. 
Farquas, Dr., bill of for medicine, 8. 

958. 
Farquharson, Cosmas, petitions on 

roads and ferries, 6. 164-166. 
Farr. See Far. 

Farr, Ephraim, salt to, 14. 459. 
Farr, James, charged with crime, 6. 

1146. 1214, 1215, 1217. 
Farr, James, lleut, 10. 518. 
Farr, James, resigns as J. P., 21. 244, 

249, 605. 
Farr, Richard, accuses Liove, 10. 472. 
building coms'r, 24. 289. 
road coms'r, 28. 221. 
claim, 20. 76; considered, 17. 369. 
patriot leader in Anson, 10. 127, 

128. 
Farr, Rd., congratulates Dobbs, 6. 334- 

335. 
petitions on roads and ferries, 6. 

164-166. 
Farragut, Capt. George, 20. 638. 
allowance to, 16. 169. 
clothing to, 16. 602. 
promoted, 18. 309. 
Farragut (Faragut), George, resolve 

in favor of, 16. 24, 27, 257. 
to Burke on slaves, 22. 614-15. 
Farrah, Field, claims proved, 6. 517. 
Farrar, Capt., commission to, 16. 711. 
Farrar, Field, pay to, 22. 486, 487. 
Farrar, John, 22. 156. 
Farrar, John, captain, 18. 147-8; 17. 

967. 
Farrar, Nathl., pensioner, 22. 65. 
Farrel, Cornelius, prisoner, 16. 609. 
Farrel, Thomas, 6. 1208. 
Farrel I, Edward, army pay, 17. 210. 
Farreil, Jno., in militia, 22. 371. 



Farreii, Jos., in militia, 22. 371. 
Farreil, Luke Lamb, soldier, 16. 797. 
Farreil, Nathan, army pay, 17. 210. 
Farreil, Wm., pensioner, 22. 65. 
Farrer (Farur?), Wield, prisoner, 18. 

672. 
Farres, Samuel, exempted, 8. 476. 
Farrier, James, exempted, 7. 362. 
Farrier, Robert, ask pardon for Fruit, 

8. 93-94. 
Farriil, Rich., juror, 26. 187. 
Farr low, Wm., petition on c. h., O. 

806-808. 
Farr is. See Paris, Farres. 
Farr is, Isaac, in militia, 22. 385. 
Farris, John, letter of Tardley to on 

exploration of C, 1. 18-19. 
Farris (Faris), Wm., a J. P., 4. 447, 
683, 1040. 
chairman com. of whole, 4. 653? 
commissary of troops, 28. 152. 
com'r of Wilmington, 28. 134, 148. 
fort coms'r, 28. 229. 
in Assembly, 4. 538, 540, 541, 542, 
547, 550, 552, 555, 559, 566, 651, 
652, 653. 
land grant to, 4. 343, 349, 601, 619, 

627, 630. 
land grants asked for, 4. 454. 
on com. of Assembly, 4. 554, 666. 
petitions on roads and ferries, 6. 

164-166. 
surrenders patent, 4. 802. 
See also Faris. 
Farris, Wm., claims allowed, 22. 403, 

404. 
Farris, Wm., in militia, 22. 385. 
Farror, Field, pay to, 22. 486, 487. 
Farror, Wm., army pay, 17. 210. 
Farrow, Mr., 16. 480. 
Farrow, Hezekiah, in militia, 22. 497. 
Farrow, Hezekiah, resurvey to, 8. 635. 
Farrow, Isaac, in militia, 8. 59. 
Farrow, Isaac, in militia, 22. 497. 
Farrow, Jacob, in Assembly, 8. 367, 

427, 493. 
Farrow, Jacob, in militia, 22. 310, 314. 
Farrow, Jacob, in militia, 22. 498. 

roster of company, 22. 496-8. 
Farrow, Jacob, juror, 4. 520. 

land grant to, 4. 950. 
Farrow, Jacob, Jun., in militia, 22. 

497. 
Farrow, James, petitions on county 

bounds, 8. 633-634. 
Farrow, J no., in militia, 22. 359. 
Farrow, J no., in militia, 22. 417. 



t'ARRdW, JOHN 



8 



FAWN, CAtT. 



Farrow, John, In mllltla, 2ft. 497. 
Farrow, Rotor, In Aaaembly, 1ft. 666, 

666, 699, 714, 816, 873, 879; 18. 

626. 690. 697, 708. 709, 712, 717, 

721, 784, 786, 812, 813, 823, 938, 

966. 976. 980, 983, 984, 988, 990, 

1000; 17. 716; 18. 376, 378, 381, 

383. 386. 387, 389; on com. of 

Asaem., 17. 677, 727, 766, 768. 
Farrow, Thos., army rank, 18. 1067. 
Farrow, Thos., army rank, 18. 1060. 
Farrow, Wm., in militia, 22. 417. 
Farrow, Wm., in militia, 22. 421. 
Farrow, Zeklah. Juror, 4. 620. 
Farrys town, 12. 631. 
Farsy, Robert, 8r., dputy Q. M. G., 

12. 610. 
Farterson, Capt., in N. C. battalion, 

18. 343. 
FaseYi. See Faison. 
Fasen, J no., In militia. 22. 309. 
Fassol, Aaron, petitions for repeal of 

tax on free negroes. 8. 982. 
Fasting and prayer, bill for, 4. 474. 

496, 499. 610. 
day for appointed, 6. 492, 931-932, 

992, 1206; 8. 79; 10. 434; 12. 676; 

18. 66; 14. 46; 16. 366; 22. 911, 

932-933. 
proclaimed, 1. 769; 16. 199-200. 
Fatroney, Geo., petitions for Tyson. 

18. 680-681. 
Faucett, James, pork issued to, 14. 

489. 
wagon, maker. 16. 478. 
Faucett, John, payment to, 21. 219. 

221. 
Fauck, Wm.. Juror, 26 187. 
Fauconby, Viscount, on Bd. T. and 

P. P., 1. 223. 
Faulcon, Mr., in Assembly, 18. 804. 
Faulcon, J., receives pay for soldiers. 

17. 198. 
Faulcon, John, coms'r on boundary 

and Co., 24. 222. 449; navigation. 

26. 107; town coms'r. 24. 293. 
in Assembly, 18. 624, 736, 763, 765, 

826, 863. 894, 898. 
in C. of State, 20. 226. 414; 21. 

778. 818. 819. 936, 987. 991. 
on com. of Assem.. 18. 739. 790. 
Faulcon, John, serves caveat on Per- 
son. 22. 926-7. 
Faulconer. See Falconar. Falconer. 

Faulconer, , claims, 6. 667. 

Faulconer, John, juror, 4. 616. 
Faulconer, Thomas, Juror, 4. 616. 



Faulln, William, to lead Cherokees, 

10. 660. 

Faulk, Wm., land grant to, 4. 708. 
Faulkenberry, Jacob, land grant to, 

4. 946. 
Faulkener, Francis, army rank, 18. 

1066. 
Faulkner, Col., 14. 671. 
Faulkner, J., receives pay for soldiers, 

17. 192. 

Faulkner (Faukner), John, law suit, 

1. 676, 678. 
Faulkner, John, rights proved. 4. 619. 
Faulkner, Wm., bill for services, 22. 

433. 
Faulks, Capt, recruits for Ga. in S. C, 

11. 446. 

Faulks, Wm., land grant to, 4. 348. 

Fault, Peter. 21. 808. 

Faun. See Fawn. 

Faun, Capt.. 18. 488. 

Faun, Lieut., on ct. of inquiry, 11. 811. 

Faun, Wm., rank settled. 16. 700. 

Fauns' St., 18. 917. 

Fauquier, Governor Francis, 8. 261, 

448. 472, 476; 7. 10. 219. 233; and 

Cherokee line. 7. 279. 
attends Indian Congress at Augusta. 

correspondence and part taken in 

same, 11. 166-164, 169. 170. 171, 

173. 174-176. 178, 179, 182, 183, 

189, 191, 199, 203. 206, 206, 207. 
letters from mentioned, 8. 679, 687; 

quoted. 8. 630. 992. 
Stuart to on Indian afCairs, 7. 267- 

271. 
Tryon to on Simpson-Whitehurst 

duel. 7. 39-40; on stamp act. 7. 

190. 
Faust, Christian, 8. 736. 
Faust, Daniel, 8. 736. 
Faust, John, 8. 737. 
Faust family, 8. 734. 736. 737. 
Favor, Anne, dismissed by court, 2. 

609. 
Favorite, schooner, captured, 18. 96. 
Favors, Reuben, claims proved, 8. 617. 
Faw, John, land grant to. 4. 1032. 
Fawcett, Wm., petitions on land 

grants, 8. 1260-1262; 11. 260-262. 
Fawcett's case, cited. 8. 63. 
Fawcitt, James, wagon maker. 16. 619. 
Fawker, Wm., signs decree of council. 

18. 863. 
Fawn. See Faun. 

Fawn. Capt., 16. 666. 667; 18. 619. 
640. 642; 18. 886. 887. 



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9 



FAYETTUVILLE 



rank, 18. 665. 

Fawn, Lieut., a prisoner, 14-. 817. 
in N. C. battalion, 1 8. 343. 

Fawn, Wm., Cont. Capt,. 22. 1049. 
officer, 18. 486. 
prisoner, 18. 672. 
rank, 18. 73, 577, 609, 1056. 

Fawn Pariah, bill to erect, 4. 1002, 
1013, 1014. 1016, 1017. 

Fayette, 22. 661. 

Fayette, ship, loss of feared, 15. 492. 

Fayette Co., act for tax for public 
buildings (Cumberland), 24. 624- 
625, 756-7; to create, 24. 644-5, 
703-5. 
Jurors from, 24. 645. 
members in Assem., 8. 743. 
tax in, 18. 706. 

Fayette's Corps, threatened. 17. 1022. 

Fayetteviile, 6. xxxix, xli, 1161, 1195, 
1196; 8. 737, 738; 11. 830 16. 382, 
784, 786, 788; 18. iv, 971, 976. 998; 
17. 1. 2, 124, 126, 127, 153; 18. 
iv, 22, 40, 59, 68, 75, 78, 95, 114, 
121, 196, 200, 212, 234. 240, 248. 
261. 255. 256. 274. 290, 292, 293, 
299, 312, 341. 347, 357, 358. 359. 
421, 426, 432, 438, 444, 461, 485. 
574. 593, 597, 603, 621, 672, 680, 
770, 795. 796; 18. iv. 962, 974, 975, 
977, 991, 997; 28. iii. v, 100, 103, 
127, 140, 141, 163, 177, 178, 179, 
180, 182, 184, 187, 188, 189, 190, 
195, 198, 246, 251, 255, 269, 319, 
345, 347, 364, 355, 356, 359, 367, 
373, 389, 415, 438, 445, 447, 450, 
454, 496, 531, 544, 646, 548, 558, 
590, 600, 601, 602, 603, 606. 607, 
616, 617, 618. 619, 624, 625, 626, 
628, 630, 638, 660, 703, 713, 715, 
728; 21. iii, 1, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 
25, 30, 35, 38, 41, 54, 58, 60, 67, 
76. 80, 87, 96. 98, 104, 107. 110, 
121. 122, 135, 140, 151, 167, 169, 
171, 177, 186. 219, 221, 223, 227, 
229, 238. 262, 263, 280. 315, 361, 
366, 370, 373, 422, 425. 429, 459, 
475, 479, 489. 505, 507. 508, 520, 
524. 551, 567, 568. 575. 589, 723, 
729, 746, 750, 753. 759, 768, 771, 
774, 783. 790, 795. 798, 801, 803. 
807, 820. 826, 836, 837, 838, 852, 
857, 863, 871, 879. 895, 907, 924. 
925. 926. 928, 929, 942, 948, 949, 
952, 955, 957, 965, 967, 971, 993. 
1001, 1011. 1018, 1022. 1023, 1026, 
1033. 1042, 1046. 1047. 1071; 



11. 97, 105. 125. 128. 134. 144. 145. 
633, 661, 672. 783. 787, 802, 803. 
809, 1008; 24. 635, 878; 26. 22, 
37, 91, 94. 
act for pub. buildings in, 24. 990-1; 
26. 108; for storage of tobacco. 

24. 629, 758-9, 982; for superior 
court to be held in. 24. 927-8; on 
inspecting and coopering tobacco. 

25. 95-6. 104; to change name of 
Cambleton to. etc., 14. 513-17, 695; 
to establish, 23. 592; 26. 470-2; to 
establish streets in, 24. 695; to 
regulate, 24. 922-5. 982-4; to re- 
strain slaves in. 24. 725-30. 

Assembly held in. 18. 1-485; 28. 
475; 21. 64, 100. 193; 24. 783. 892. 
908, 929, 952, 994; 26. 19, 53, 63, 
64, 65, 72, 75, 80, 81, 102, 108, 110. 

auctioneer for. 24. 559. 

bill for court at, 28. 43, 146, 153. 
173, 204, 333. 366, 392; for inspec- 
tors of warehouse, 28. 490. 511. 
540, 553; for tobacco inspection, 
28. 58, 101, 151, 153, 333; 21. 285, 
296, 299, 344, 372, 421, 646, 725. 
726; for storage for tobacco, 18. 
576, 591, 592, 599, 660; on tobacco 
warehouse in, 21. 767, 783, 803, 
919, 922. 940. 943, 967, 1052; on 
water communication to, 28. 530; 
on streets. 18. 633. 636, 657; on 
streets and names, 18. 444, 453- 
454, 473. 753. 780. 782. 796, 820; 
amend act to regulate. 21. 285, 
296, 372, 646; to change name to, 
&c., 18. 165, 199, 200, 208, 213-214, 
215-216, 220, 283, 285. 324. 327. 328. 
335. 338, 347. 349. 353; to erect 
court at, 17. 336, 342; to erect 
district court at. 18. 83. 187, 222, 
317. 319. 373, 453; to regulate, 28. 
150, 153. 165, 182, 201, 333. 358. 
413. 502. 508, 560; 21. 38, 40, 42. 
48, 87; to regulate slaves, 17. 346, 
368-369. 382, 385. 414; 28. 77. 106. 

campaign about, 18. xiii. 

census of 1790, 28. 458-464. 

chosen as place for Assem., 21. 215. 
251, 282. 303. 585. 611. 630. 647. 

election contest in. 22. 12. 13. 

Houston hung in effigy, 7. ix-x. 

inspection at, 24. 581. 

Journal of Conv. held at, 22. 36-53. 

limit of population in 1728, 8. xiii. 

mem. of Assem., 18. 400, 420, 717; 
K 527; 21. 872. 



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10 FEDERAL CONSTITUTION 



members in Gonv. 1788 and 1789, 
22. 12, 13. 

memorial from, 21. 963, 1047. 

nom. as place for Gen. Assem., 17. 
311. 337, 338; 19. 421, 578, 584, 
586, 623. 752; 20. 29, 49, 50, 198, 
228, 373, 388, 421, 518, 544; 21. 
773. 778. 818. 822, 827, 927, 935, 
987, 991, 997; not proper place for 
Fed. Ct., 22. 793. 

petition from, 18. 28-29, 41. 128, 180, 
258, 261, 350, 353, 402, 406-407; 
against improvements, 21. 110. 

press in, 21. 43, 44. 

proposed as capital, 17. 13^, 140, 
144; 22. 29, 34. 

representation claimed for, 21. 68. 
82. 

representative allowed to, 22. 42, 43, 
44, 50-51, 52-53. 

riot in, 20. 99-100, 108. 

storage warehouse in, 17. 302, 346, 
397, 406. 

stores guarded at, 16. vi. 

street named for T. Person, 8. xxx. 

tobacco buyer for, 18. 189, 420, 449, 
451, 459; com. for, 17. 413, 416; 
to be delivered at, 24. 724, 813. 

value of wheat, 7. xix. 

vendue master for, 20. 265-266, 270, 
442, 455. 
Fayetteville Baptist Church, 5. 1179. 
Fayetteville Canal Company, incorpor- 
ated, 26. 98-9. 
Fayetteville District, 20. 588, 754; 21. 
30, 163, 173, 177; 24. 983; 26. 1, 
38.. 

act for pub. buildings in, 24. 990-1; 
26. 108; to add Anson to and to 
regulate jurors. 26. 13; to alter 
time of superior court, 24. 968-9; 
to erect, 24. 927-8; to put into 
Western riding, 26. 65-7. 

bill for comr's to erect public build- 
ings, 21. 163; for public buildings, 
20. 508, 532, 560; 21. 42, 49, 62, 
78, 87, 177, 759, 768, 907, 910, 914, 
923, 925; to add Anson Co. to, 21. 
214, 218, 222, 350, 374, 587. 651-652, 
678, 699; to alter time of courts, 
20. 577; to appoint jurors for sup. 
court, 21. 222. 350. 374. 587, 678, 
699. 

militia officers elected, 20. 261, 265, 
266, 270, 272, 273, 279, 441, 442, 
456, 455, 461, 465. 
Fayetteville Gazette, 26. 48, 94. 



Faylor's Ferry, arms at, 14. 449. 

Fayssom, Peter, prisoner, 16. 392. 

Fayssoux, Dr., to Ramsay on treat- 
ment of Amer. prisoners, 17. 625- 
629. 

Feagans, George, asks relief from 
church tax, 8. 95-96. 

Feaglns, Henry, in militia, 22. 365. 

Feano, Fra., appraiser, 2. 69. 

Fear, Wm., army rank, 16. 1196. 

Feargin (Fager, Fagan), RIch'd, claim, 
20. 130, 312, 313. 

Fearle, Ansol, army rank, 16. 1059. 

Fearless, Elisha, army rank, 18. 1059. 

Fears, Thos., pensioner, 22. 65. 

Feaser, Phi lye Jacob, bill for services, 
22. 436. 

Feasly, John, in Davidson's Co., 14. 294. 

Feast of St. Michael the Arch-angel, 
11. 67. 

Febbin, Andrew John, land grant to, 
4. 641. 

Febiger, Col., field officer, 12. 535. 
goes to Phila. for supplies, 14. 579. 
hastens supplies, 14. 561. 
obtains clothing for troops, 14. 670. 
position of regt. in army, 12. 508. 

Febin, Andrew John, land grant to, 4. 
703. 

Febuer, Louis, land grant to, 4. 58. 

Federal Army, 16. 6, 223, 285, 368, 
436, 531; 18. 914; 22. 142. 
papers on N. C. troops in mentioned, 
16. 25-26. 

Federal Capital, 28. iv. 
Annapolis and other towns offered, 
16. 791-796, 813, 842-844. 877-878, 
908-910; 17. 116, 117. 606. 

Federal Census of 1790, 26. 240-1247. 

Federal compact, 22. 901. 

Federal Constitution, 21. 10, 463, 485, 
499, 506, 659. 561, 865, 877. 1053; 
22. 11. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 23, 31, 
33, 41. 42, 43, 44, 45, 46. 47, 48, 
49, 50, 51, 684. 
act for delegates to revise, 24. 791. 
bill to appoint delegates to, 18. 460, 

462. 
Conventions to consider, 22. 1-53. 
discussed, 20. 193-194, 196-197, 198, 
199, 203, 208, 229-230, 245, 283, 
290, 293, 369-372, 377, 438-439. 
469, 493-494, 514-516. 517, 526-527, 
600, 606, 607, 608, 611, 615, 633, 
636, 705; 21. 31, 32, 33, 42-43, 48, 
51-52, 69, 66-67, 68, 82, 83. 84, 129- 
130, 153. 



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FEES 



effects of its rejection by N. C. in 

Tenn., 22. 722. 
embodies N. C. Bill of Rights, 10. 

XXV. 

place for convention chosen, 20. 198, 
373. 374, 378. 

revision of, 12. 438, 460, 462, 466, 
470, 472, 475, 476, 511, 535, 536, 
542-543, 580-581, 584-585, 650, 654, 
658, 659. 681-684. 688, 692, 736-740, 
772-773. 788-789, 792-793. 
Federal Convention (State and nation- 
al), 12. 998; 20. iii, v, vi, 129. 133. 
193-194. 196-197. 229-230, 242, 313, 
317, 371, 372, 377. 402, 420, 469, 
485, 488. 499. 514-516. 517. 518. 
526-527. 635. 544. 566. 591. 593. 600. 
601. 602, 606. 607. 608. 611. 616. 
627. 628. 630. 631. 632. 633. 634. 
636-637. 643. 644. 666. 667, 668, 673, 
674, 682. 683, 684, 686, 693, 706, 
707, 710, 718. 924. 928; 21. 1007; 

21. 470. 491. 492. 504. 506. 512; 

22. 11. 23, 787 

bill to carry into effect ordinances 

of. 20. 491. 497. 518-519. 
discussed. 21. 83. 84. 95, 129-130, 

153, 180, 187. 
members for chosen, 21. 94. 100, 

102. 106. 117. 
reports on, 20. 723-724. 729. 733. 
734. 736. 752-754, 761, 762, 763-766, 
777-779. 
resolution on submission of to C. C, 
20. 775-777. 
Federal Convention (FayettevlUe), 21. 
521-522. 
meets, 21. 244, 246, 247, 248, 250, 
251, 294, 295, 299, 604, 605, 606, 
607, 608. 610. 615, 644, 657, 658. 
Federal Convention (Hillsboro, 1788), 
bill to carry out ordinance of, 21. 
214, 223, 233, 287, 294, 589, 636. 
Journal of, 21. 269. 
Federal Convention of 1788, proposed, 

20. 786. 
Federal Convention of 1788 and 1789, 

proceedings, 22. 1-53. 
Federal Council, 17. 495. 
Federal Councils, 20. 744. 
Federal courts, clash with State, 21. 
iv. 
considered, 22. 635-6. 
location in N. C, 22. 792-3. ■ 
state Judges refuse to obey, 21. 865- 
866, 980, 983, 1054-1055, 1079-1082. 
Federal debts, 20. 745. 



N. C. quota of interest. 24. 709. 

Federal Government (Union, etc.), 10. 
811. 885; 17. 538, 539, 543, 547, 
548. 549; 10. 232. 530. 532, 713, 
720, 738, 739, 742, 743, 781, 788, 
789, 792; 10. 425, 431, 496, 515, 
755, 831; 20. 242, 784; 22. 19, 635, 
807; 20. iii, Iv. 
act against officers of holding office 
under N. C, 26. 69-70; for paper 
currency to pay expenses of, 24. 
722-5, 797, 812-13. 
organized, 21. iii, iv, 10. 
Washington on form and character 
of, 10. 813. 

Federal office holders, bill to debar 
them from Qen. Assem., 21. 758, 
772, 780, 889, 906, 908, 910, 911, 
924, 928, 936. 

Federal questions, dealt with in vol. 
17, 17. iii. 

Federal States, 10. 792, 795; 22. 991. 

Federal Treasury, 17. 534. 

Federal troops, destroy public records, 
11. iv. 

Federal Union, 10. 93, 877, 891; 17. 
603; 22. 639, 724; 24. 446, 563. 

Federalism, 21. 565. 

Federalist, The, 21. 522. 

Federalists, 21. 504. 

Fee, Daniel, Imported, 1. 395. 

Fee, Thos., in army, 16. 724; 10. 
1058. 

Fee, Thurloe, imports persons, 1. 395. 
juror, 1. 445, 447. 
law suit, 1. 443-444, 479. 
witness, 1. 443. 

Fee simple, lands not held in, 4. xiv. 

Fees, act on, 10. 929-930; 20. 100, 107, 
157, 328, 479-80, 848-9; 26. 161, 
179-182, 196-198, 220-8, 238, 284-5, 
412, 446; accounting for, 20. 674; 
for CO. court clerks, 20. 952-5; for 
D. S. Canal, 26. 87-8; on Illegal 
fees, 20. 546-7; considered, O. 
750; on officers fees, 23. 83-87; 
for pilots, 24. 592-3; in admiralty 
courts, 26. 142-8; to regulate of- 
ficers fees, 23. 275-284, 339. 814-18, 
859-62, 896-900; to regulate and 
ascertain, 24. 75-9, 170, 204-9, 314- 
316, 398-401, 445-446. 478. 510, 655- 
658, 664-668. 
amount 3. 620. 
and fee acts on land grants, 4. 1126, 

1127-1128. 
attorneys, act on. 23. 213. 337. 788- 
789. 



PEES 



12 



FEES 



bill against illegal, 6. 647, 648, 660, 
660, 675. 677, 678, 681, 684; for, 
4. 652. 653, 724, 782, 783; 18. 140, 
251. 253, 256; 20. 179, 230, 255, 
265. 266, 354, 378, 420; to amend 
act on, 6. 456, 458, 466, 468, 469, 
484, 490, 494, 496, 506, 508, 511; 
lo ascertain, 8. 290, 291, 310, 315, 
322. 340, 342, 343, 354, 359, 372- 
373-374, 383, 388, 391, 395-396, 401, 

418, 436, 451-452, 454, 478; 12. 
595, 614, 617, 625, 626, 653, 702, 
703, 718, 721, 733; 18. 430, 449, 
469-470, 480, 754, 768, 789, 794, 800, 
802, 817, 825; and direct payment 
of, 8. 852, 863, 866, 870, 911, 913, 

914, .930, 934, 935, 946, 956. 957, 
1010, 1079; and regulate, 18. 58, 
81, 113; to explain act regulating, 
8. 300; to fix clerk's and sheriff's 
fees in Transylvania, 8. 1274, 
1275, 1279; to increase, 7. 304, 
305, 306, 317, 320, 321, 338. 367, 
371, 369, 397, 399, 421; to regu- 
late, 3. 266, 269, 274, 275, 276, 279, 
284, 294, 299-300, 304, 305, 308, 309, 
310, 312, 313, 314, 318, 320-321; 
4. 239, 240, 366, 367, 368, 374. 375, 
378, 394, 395, 396, 403, 480, 482, 
484, 485, 497, 505, 510) 511, 513, 
819, 866, 901, 902, 905, 906, 907, 
908-909, 916; 8. 1273; 8. 108, 117, 
127, 135, 149, 151, 176, 182, 201. 
207, 222, 255, 403, 404, 406, 415, 

419, 427, 431, 434, 435, 445, 499, 
510, 511, 516, 517, 529, 538, 549, 
553. 555, 560, 585, 656, 785; 12. 
180, 185, 186, 201, 221, 257, 372, 
375, 385, 398-399, 412, 452; 13. 
357; 18. 139; 17. 835, 846, 927, 
937, 941, 951; 21. 793, 797, 812, 
956, 957, 960, 966, 981, 998; and 
ascertain, 4. 189-200, 207; 7. 364, 
366, 386; 12. 565, 581, 674; 13. 
538, 578, 587, 603, 634, 690, 710, 
714; to repeal act on, 18. 144, 
257. 421, 450-451, 480, 555, 565, 
567, 582-583, 677, 754, 768, 792, 
796, 800, 825; 21. 248, 322, 610; 
to settle in supreme courts, 6. 
834. 835-836, 852, 856, 879. 881, 
882, 888, 908, 910, 911, 913, 914- 

915, 924. 

Board of Trade on law regulating, 

8. 726-727. 
Burrington on, 8. 334-335. 
cause of the regulation, 8. 643, 644, 



646, 652. 

charges of illegal f. and answer, 6. 
288-289, 291-292. 

committee to regulate, 8. 270. 

complaints on, 8. 76, 77. 

court, 6. 1122; report on, 7. 479. 

demanded for surveys, 4. 1115. 

discussed, 5. 750. 

discussion over, 3. 598-600, 606-608, 
614-615, 619-620. 

Dobbs on repeal of law for, 8. 599- 
600. 

excessive, 2. 263, 266; 8. 3, 460, 549, 
552. 555, 569, 571-572, 591, 607, 
614-615; 4. 824; indictment for, 
6. 225; proclamation on, 7. 230- 
231; proofs of, in Orange, 7. 773- 
782. 

extortions in, 7. 89-90; by Burring- 
ton, 8. 365-367. 

for charters considered, 8. 228-229. 

for land, 3. 457, 459, 461; 4. 51, 74, 
770; for land patents, void, 2. 
617-618; under Granville, 6. 1089. 

for marrying, 23. 160. 

for naval officers, 24. 104, 216, 407, 
894. 

for passing of charter of 1665, 1. 
115. 

for private bills, 8. 857, 925. 

governor to receive, • 22. 908. 

grievances in collection of, 6. 299. 

illegal, 4. 1145-1146; 8. xix, 186, 411, 
412, 414; cause regulation, 7. 762, 
863, 884; 8. 638; complaints of, 
6. 548; in admiralty court, 8. 231- 
232; in courts, 6. 173; in Gran- 
ville's territory, 8. 293, 294; reso- 
lution on, 8. 139. 

in Va. and N. C. compared, 8. 599, 
606. 

increased by Assembly, 8. 620. 

Instructions on, 6. 1124; 7. 138-139; 
and proclamation on, 8. 1079- 
1080. 

Johnston on law for, 4. 26. 

law to regulate, 3. 157-168. 

list of, 3. 159, 160-167; 4. 233, 275- 
277; 5. 20, 97; 28. 360; not ad- 
vertised, 8. xxviii; of those re- 
ceived by Tryon, 8. 271-272; 
wanted, 7. 501. 

Martin to Assembly on, 8. 165. 

new ones established by Dobbs, 8. 
xiv-xv. 

notes on acts to ascertain, 8. 188, 
191, 192. 



FEES 



13 



FELONS AND FELONY 



number, 4. 608. 

of attorney, bill to amend act to as- 
cerUin, 6. 101, 131, 132, 354, 356, 
361. 363, 367-368, 370, 383. 406, 
411, 423, 426, 427, 439-440, 447, 
448, 478, 526. 

of attorney general, 1. 438; esti- 
mated, 8. 200-201. 

of chief Justice estimated, 8. 197- 
198, 200-201; to be regulated, 10. 
378. 

of clergy, 28. 584, 660; 26. 430. 

of governor and naval officer alter- 
ed, 8. 599. 

of inspectors, 28. 649, 800; 24. 585- 
586, 660. 

of lawyers, 6. 246. 

of ministers, 6. xxxii. 

of officers, bill to ascertain defeat- 
ed, 6. 422; law for discussed, 6. 
643-644, 645. 

of secretary, estimate, 8. 198-199, 
199-200. 

of sheriff, 28. 717-718, 720. 

of surveyor general, 4. 743, 744, 748. 

on domestic and foreign vessels 
considered, 6. 549. 

on land grants avoided, 4. 1243- 
1244. 

oppression from, O. xv. 

paid in bills, 8. 554, 555, 589; in 
proc. money, 8. 143, 151-152. 

payable in current money, 8. 549, 
568, 606, 611. 

petition against in Orange, 7. 733- 
737; against illegal, 8. 231-234; 
in regard to, 8. 82. 

proclamation against extortion in 
and tables of to be published, 8. 
24, 25; on illlegal fees and tables 
of to be published, 7. 795-796, 800, 
801, 802, 810. 

protest against exorbitant, 8. 262, 
269-270, 291, 297-298, 300, 304, 305- 
306. 

provision on, in courts, 24. 74; 25. 
295, 412-13, 446. 

quarrel over, 8. vi, 271, 482; 4. 
104, 105, 745. 

reduced, 8. 143. 

regulated by council, 4. 446-447. 

regulation of considered, 6. xiii-xiv; 
6. 27-29, 33-36; 10. 278; on pay- 
ment of, 8. 49. 

report on, 7. 483. 485, 486, 491. 

resolution against extortion, 8. vli- 
viii. 



should be regulated, 4. 229. 
to be paid in proc. money, 8. 264, 
265, 267, 299-300, 304. 308, 322, 
541, 549, 551, 564, 565-566, 568, 
570, 591, 598, 605; but paid in 
bills, 8. 374. 
to be regulated, 8. 103, 105-106. 
to governor discussed, 11. 426, 429- 

430. 
value injured by issue of bills of 
credit, 8. 309. 
Feelers, Daniel, land grant to, 4. 1243. 
Fegan, Henry, in militia. 22. 376. 
Fegert, Jacob, 8. 762. 
Feilds. See Fields. 
Feilds, Jnc, army rank, 18. 1060. 
Feldhousen, Henry, settles in N. C, 

6. 1147. 
Felker, Jacob, excluded from pardon 

as regulator, 8. 618. 
Fell, Major, 12. 514. 
Felleau, John, rights proved, 4. 601. 
Fell Ian, John, land grant to, 4. 331. 
Fellon, Wm., recruiting officer, 22. 

928. 
Fellow, George Rennick James Good, 

land grant to, 4. 1246. 
Fellow, John, land grants to, 4. 335. 
Fellow, Robert, 28. 507. 
Fellows, John, claims allowed, 18. 319. 
fellows, John, land grant to, 4. 336, 

343. 
Fellows, Robert, land grant to, 4. 798, 

804, 960, 968, 1035, 1043. 
Fellows, Wm., captain; 10. 625, facing 
680. 
claim allowed, 18. 319. 
in Assembly, 12. 655, 656, 683, 685, 

686, 695; 18. 376. 
tax collector, 18. 707. 
town commissioner, 24. 875. 
Fellow's Ferry, inspection at, 28. 792; 
26. 380. 
warehouse to be at, 28. 507, 508. 
Felmott, Dorus, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Felons and Felony, act on, 26. 139- 
41; on repealed, 7. 673; to sup- 
press, 28. 616-7. 
bill against, 8. 1104, 1120, 1134, 
1145, 1172, 1175, 1177, 1191, 1206; 
to suppress, 7. 300, 301, 355, 360, 
362. 
cause forfeiture of land, 1. 453. 
Eng. act on in force in N. C, 28. 
318, 319, 320, 321, 322, 323, 324, 
325. 
' escheats for discussed. 7. 136-137, 



FELPS 



14 



FENNER, ROBERT 



instructions on laws against impor- 
tation of, 6. 1118; on trials for, 
6. 1121. 

Felps. See Phelps. 

Felps, David, in militia, 22. 358. 

Felps, Garret, army rank, 18. 1055. 

Felps, J no., in militia, 22. 358. 

Felps, Jonathan, 28. 102. 

Felps, Jotham, army pay, 17. 211. 

Felps, Thos., resigns as J. P., 21. 798, 
959, 964. 

Felps, Wm., land grant asked, 4. 706. 

Felp's Point, court house at, 28. 102. 
See also Philps' Point. 

Felt. See Felts. 

Felt, Andw., in militia, 22. 163. 

Felt, J no., quit rents of, 22. 252. 

Feltham, Jnc, Juror, 26. 188. 

Felton, RIch'd, in militia, 22. 357. 

Felton, RIch'd, quit rents of, 22. 256. 

Felton, Samuel, army rank, 18. 1060. 

Felton, Wm., in militia, 22. 359. 

Felts. See Felt. 

Felts, J., receives pay for soldiers. 

17. 192. 

Felts, Wm., fears negro, 1. 654. 

Feltus, Mr., 8. 827, 828. 

Feiyaw, Stephen, pensioner, 22. 66. 

Feme coverts, act on, 8. 183; on how 
to pass land, 22. 35, 333, 358-60; 
25. 161. 
hill on passing of land, 4. 1260, 
1263, 1268, 1273, 1280, 1281, 1282, 
1286, 1292, 1293, 1294, 1299. 

Fen, f lets Miller escape, 1. 316. 

Fen, Mr., in C. C, 18. 671, 754. 

Fen, Anthony, sea captain, 1.«323. 

Fence Rail Law, repealed, 6. 154. 

Fences, act on, 8. 186; 28. 854-6; 25. 
161; on what are sufficient, 28. 
61-62. 
hill on sufficiency of, 21. 782, 796, 
934, 957; to define what is a suf- 
ficient f., 8. 99, 103, 127, 129, 137, 
324, 342, 347. 387; 12. 52, 55, 82, 
83, 112, 168, 172, 178, 205, 206, 
220, 285, 329, 343, 345, 349, 382; 

18. 358; to fix sufficient, 8. 108, 
123, 127, 128, 135, 149, 151, 192, 
193, 199, 204, 205, 208, 222, 253. 

described by Edwards, 8. 678-679. 

not to he burned by troops, 12. 464. 
Fenchurch St., London, 7. 126. 
Fendal, — — , messenger, 1. 513. 
Fendall, John, juror, 1. 392, 396. 

widow of, 1. 495. 
Fendall (Fendale), Robert, accounts 



to be settled, 2. 11. 

attorney, 1. 549, 573. 

estate appraised, 1. 871; 2. 43. 

messenger, 1. 815. 

proves letter of attorney, 1. 549. 

reads writ for Assembly, 1. 696. 

returns representatives, 1. 697. 

sells land, 1. 535, 549, 562. 

takes up and sells land, 2. 171. 
Feneyer, Philip, petitions for lands, 

4. 954-956. 
Fenler, Col., 8. 258. 
Fennel, Joseph, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Fennell, Arthur, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fennel I, George, witness for Devane, 

16. 787. 
Fennell, IMaurlce, army pay, 17. 212. 
Fennell, Nicholas, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fennell, Owen, witness for Devane, 

16. 787. 
Fenner, Mr., 10. 497. 
Fenner, Lieut., 18. 480. 
Fenner, Capt., a prisoner, 14. 817. 
Fenner, Ensign, a prisoner, 14. 818. 
Fenner, Gen., to attack at German- 
town, 11. 784. 
Fenner, BenJ., army record, 18. 480. 
Fenner, IHugh, owes state, 21. 1070. 
Fenner Rich'd, a J. P., 8. 339. 

asks to have patent recorded, 8. 
332. 

building coms'r, 26. 401. 

charges by not answered, 8. 339. 

deputy clerk, &c., 5. 817; by coun- 
cil, 6. 939, 955. 

deputy secretary of state, 6. 768. 
932. 

memorial on school, 7. 35-36. 
Fenner, Richard, 20. 635. 

Cont. lieut., 22. 1049. 

officer, 18. 450. 

on board of rearrangement, 16. 575. 

payment of money by, 8. 205. 

promoted, 17. 142. 

rank, 16. 664, 665. 

receiver of duties, 6. 827. 

school trustee, 26. 484. 
Fenner, Richard, officer, 18. 486. 

rank, 18. 72, 576, 608. 
Fenner, Richard, soldier, 14. 134. 
Fenner, Robert, 16. 237, 621. 

allowance to. 18. 830; 20. 24; for 
N. C. Line, &c., 18. 189, 190, 234, 
296, 297. 

and affairs of N. C. Line, 18. 57-58, 
59, 61-62, 64, 66, 93, 110, 129, 375. 

and certificates, 18. 568; 21. 414. 



FENNER, ROBERT 



15 



FEREBEE, JOSEPH 



asked for stores, 16. 504. 
buys at Martin sale, 22. 883. 
Caswell to on account of N. C. Line 

and answer, 18. 691, 700-703; oh 

certificates of Cont. Line and an- 
swer, 17. 468-469, 490-491. 
certificates delivered to, 17. 471. 
claims allowed, 8. 126, 197; 17. 298. 

319. 
com'r on certificates, 16. 451. 
Cont. capt, 22. 1049. 
letter of mentioned, 17. 275; 28. 

79; on N. C. Line accounts, 21. 

766, 923. 
lieut., 18. 559. 

major, 28. 262, 270. 442, 455. 
memorial on affairs of N. C. Line, 

18. 324, 328, 338, 351-352, 365, 373, 

380-382, 415-416, 421. 
officer, 16. 486. 
payment to, 8. 649. 
Pierce to on sums due N. C. Line, 

18. 651, 653-654. 
rank, 16. 72. 576, 608, 664, 665. 
receipts for certificates, 18. 727, 

735. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 189, 

192, 195, 197, 199, 207, 208, 210, 

217. 225, 226, 230. 238, 242, 243, 

244, 246, 247, 252, 255. 257, 258; 

report on letter of, 17. 371-372, 

382; on company of. 13. 512-514, 

529. 
reports on supplies, 16. 505, 513, 

523; on settlement of accounts of, 

22. 804-805. 
representation of, 16. 104, 182; 28. 

223-224, 226. 281, 289, 402, 414, 

457, 468, 469-470, 473. 
roster of co., 18. 1003, 1010, 1018, 

1026. 1046, 1049, 1055, 1063, 1073, 

1088. 1101, 1105, 1109, 1116, 1123, 

1132, 1143, 1153, 1181. 
to furnish list of N. C. Cont. Line, 

18. 298, 301. 
to Sumner on arms, 16. 618; on 

supplies, &c., 16. 488-489. 
Fanner, Robt., in militia, 22. 422. 
Fenner, Thos., promoted, 17. 142. 
Fenner, Wm., army rank, 16. 1055. 
Fenner, Wm., army rank, 16. 1057. 
Fenner, Wm., army record, 18. 480. 
Fenner, Wm., buys at Martin sale, 22. 

880. 881, 882. 883, 884, 887, 888. 
Fenner, Wm., captain, 18. 553. 
Fenner, Wm., lieut, 18. 187. 
Fenney, James, army pay, 17. 211. 



Fenney, Thomas, rank, 16. 72, 576, 

608. 
Fen nor, Capt., should not be left in 

N. C, 11. 579-580. 
Fenny, Tho., in militia, 22. 306. 
Fenny, W., witness to treaty, 18. 

515. 
Fentice, Moses, army rank, 16. 1060. 
Fenton, Joshua, army rank, 16. 1057. 
Fenton, Richard, juror. 4. 520. 
Fenton, Thomas, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fenton, Thomas, in army, 16 722. 
Fenton, Thos., army rank. 16. 1058. 
Fenton, Thomas, in militia, 22. 334. 
Fenton, Thos., reenlists, 16. 749. 
Fentral, Thomas, regulator, 7. 736. 
Fenwick, , cousin to Ashley, 2. 

385. 
Fenwick, John. In S. C. Assembly, 1. 

901, 902. 
Fenwick, John, messenger to Council,, 

1. 823, 824. 
to prepare Indian expedition, 1. 822, 

823. 
Ferdice, George, imported, 1. 405. 
Ferdice (Ferdise), George, imports 

persons, 1. 405. 
witness, 1. 482. 
Ferdice, Hanah, imported, 1. 405. 
Ferdice, Mary, Imported, 1. 406. 
Ferdice, Mary, imported, 1. 405. 
Ferdinand, French frigate, 24. 174. 
brings supplies from France, 18. 

378. 
Ferdinand, ship, reward offered for 

sailors of, 18. 389. 
Ferebee. See Ferrebe, Fereby, Feri- 

bee, Ferobee, Ferribee, Ferrybee. 
Ferebee (Ferabee), Jacob, in Assem., 

6. 800. 
Ferebee (Fereby, Ferebie), James, 

com. on petition of for relief, 18. 

578. 
commissioner on estate of Mac- 
knight. 12. 57-58, 59, 68. 
dead, 12. 266, 331. 
in Assembly, 12. 89; on com. of 

Assem., 12. 11, 39. 
Ferebee, James, resigns as major, 11. 

580; 22. 927. 
resigns as major, 11. 580. 
to Caswell on commission as J. P. 

for Jones, 11. 499. 
Ferebee, Jas., in Assembly, 18. 372. 
Ferebee, Joseph, army rank, 16. 1058. 
canal coms'r, 24. 871. 
in Assembly, 18. 1, 3, 49, 127, 153, 



FEREBEE, SAMUEL 



16 



FERGUSON, ADAM Jr. 



156. 167; 17. 264, 266. 304. 359. 
364. 365. 366. 394. 406; 18. 226. 
228. 242. 257. 258. 287, 298. 311, 
317. 344. 346. 351. 357, 360. 361; 
18. 233, 262. 282. 286. 295. 319. 
324. 334. 354, 359. 395. 489, 613, 
622, 643, 667, 671, 675, 676. 682, 
688,717,719.720; 20.19,119,121, 
124, 138, 167, 179, 229, 245. 268. 287, 
306; 21. 768, 871, 873, 883. 887. 
897, 902, 919, 930, 931, 941, 946. 
952. 965. 970. 980. 999. 1006, 1012, 
1013, 1015, 1021, 1031, 1032, 1056. 

in Conv. 1788, 22. 1, 4, 25, 30. 

marshall of admiralty court, 17. 
956, 961. 

on com. of Assem., 17. 287; 18. 54. 

owes state. 21. 1069. 

school trustee, 26. 18. 

signs warrant, 18. 797. 
Ferebee. Samuel, collector, 17. 75. 80; 
24. 552. 

in Conv. 1789, 22. 36, 47, 48. 

lieut., 17. 966. 

nom. for collector, 18. 633, 638, 
698. 699. 

petition. 18. 735. 

report as collector of customs. 20. 
256-257. 258. 
Ferebee, Sam'l, pensioner. 22. 65. 
Ferebee, Thos., in militia. 22. 334. 
Ferebee, Wm.. a J. P.. 23. 993. 
Ferebee, Wm., church trustee. 23. 360. 

canal coms*r. 24. 871. 

commissioner on estate of Mac- 
knight. 12. 57-58. 59, 68; to sell 
loyalists' estates. 10. 961-962. 976. 

in Assembly. 12. 686. 699, 736; 18. 
625, 682, 683, 690. 708, 709. 717. 
721; 18. 1. 2. 48. 129. 184. 215, 
377. 

in Conv. 1788, 22. 1. 4. 25, 30. 

in Conv. 1789, 22. 36, 47. 48. 

owes state, 21. 1068. 

school trustee, 26. 18. 

to lay out road, 26. 474. 

to receive drafts, 16. 562. 

to Sumner on military affairs, 18. 
516-517. 
Ferebee, Wm., clerk of court, 21. 742. 
Ferebee (Ferebe, Fareby, Farebee), 
Wm., in Assembly 8. 367, 399, 
428, 493. 893. 919. 
Ferebee, Wm., in militia. 22. 334. 
Fereby, Robt., army rank, 18. 1060. 
Fereby (Ferreby), Wm., rank, 18. 73, 
609. 



Ferges, John, arrested for contempt, 

8. 697. 
Fergison. See Farguerson, Farguson 

Fergoson, Ferguson. 
Fergison, Adam, asks help of Va., 1 

819-820. 
Fergison, Adam, Jr., asks help of Va. 

1. 819-820. 
Fergison, Mark, land grant to, 4. 966 

1050. 
Fergoson, Adam, petition on separa 

tion. 22. 705-9. 
Fergoson, Wiiiiam, petition on separa 

tion, 22. 707-9. 
Fergus, Jas., army rank, 18. 1061. 
Cont Surgeon. 22. 1049. 
officer, 18. 486. 
rank, 18. 72. 576. 608. 
voter. 20. 159, 161, 162. 
Fergus, James, land grant asked for, 

4. 454. 
Fergus, Dr. John, 1.1. 547; 18. 509, 
975. 
a J. P.. 23. 993. 
allowance to. 22. 827. 
army record. 18. 475. 
coms'r on building. 24. 694; on pen 
sion claims, 24. 736; on school 
24. 984. 
commission to. 18. 999-1000. 
dissents against J. P.'s. 18. 152. 
gets clothing, 18. 260; no clothing 

18. 578. 
gives certificate to Ward, 11. 736 
on confiscation act, 15. 203-205. 
petition. 18. 799. 801. 
recommend for maritime judge, 20 

771. 
resolve in favor of, 18. 456. 
taxable, 16. 191. 
to Council of Safety on. bill for 

medical service. 10. 663. 
voter. 16. 238. 
Fergus, John, pensioner. 22. 65. 
Ferguson. See Farguerson. Farguson. 

Fergison. Fergoson. 
Ferguson, IMr.. printer in Hillsboro, 

22. 13. 
Ferguson, Coi., Tory, attack on re- 
ported. 16. 6. 
Ferguson, Col., payment to. 6. 793. 
Ferguson, Dr„ correspondence over 

passport to. 13. 157. 
Ferguson, Lt., payment to. 5. 801. 
Ferguson, Adam, caveat against. 8. 

771. 
Ferguson, Adam, Jr., estate adminia- 



FERGUSON, ADAM, Sr. 17 



FERREAR, MR. 



tered on, 6. 772. 
Ferguson, Adam, Sr., estate adminis- 
tered on, 6. 772. 
Ferguson, Alexander, petition on rent, 

8. 46-47. 
Ferguson, Alexander, in militia, 22. 

397. 
Ferguson, Ann, pensioned, 8. 130, 131, 

199, 200, 214, 220. 
Ferguson, Isham, army pay, 17. 211. 
Ferguson, isham, army pay, 17. 212. 
Ferguson, James, commands the 
Betsey, 18. 691. 
imports salt, 11. 553. 
Ferguson, Jas., in militia, 22. 366. 
Ferguson, Jas., in militia. 22. 376. 
Ferguson, John, exempted, 8. 1299. 
Ferguson, John, in army, 15. 730. 
taxable, 16. 191. 
voter. 16. 237. 
Ferguson, Jos., in militia, 22. 366. 
Ferguson, Mack, army pay, 17. 210. 
Ferguson, Col. Patrick, 14. 617, 780; 
16. 645. 
and invasion of Va., 16. 110. 
and King's Mountain battle, 16. 

100-111. 
arms captured from, 17. 654, 672, 

747, 748-749, 752. 
British to support, 14. 779. 
causes trouble, 14. 674. 
chased by McDowell and Cleveland, 

14. 404. 
commands on Broad River, 15. 268, 
. 269. 

commissions Tory officers, 22. 198. 
defeat of, 14. 419, 423, 425, 428, 

429, 434, 441, 463. 
defeated at King's Mountain. 14. 
682. 685, 696. 705, 708, 711, 721, 
729, 733, 734, 742, 744, 752. 769, 
785, 786; 18. 969, 971, 990; 22. 
139-140. 158-159. 191. 
effects of defeat, 16. 308. 
fears of, 14. 616. 
invades N. C. 14. 609; 16. 261. 
killed at King's Mountain, 16. xi, 
103. 116, 127. 132. 141, 164, 285, 
391. 414. 
location, 14. 662. 
location, combination against and 

proclamation, 14. 614, 615. 
movements, 14. 655; 16. 83. 90, 251, 
278; and battle with, 22. 99, 127. 
preparations for pursuit of, 14. 782. 
pursues Sumter. 16. 272. 
raises Tories in S. C, 16. 263. 



report on defeat of, 16. 114. 115. 

116-117. 118, 126-127. 131-136, 141- 

142, 163-165, 172. 176. 183, 284, 

288, 290. 301. 302-303. 

results of misfortune of, 16. 239- 

240, 241-242. 
retreats, 14. 775. 
sent to Western N. C. and action, 

16. ix. x-xiii. 
size of troops, 14. 615. 
support for, 14. 659. 
surrounded, 14. 678. 
thanks of Assem. for defeat of. 17. 
653, 660, 692. 694-695, 696-697, 704, 
710. 739, 783. 
to superintend militia, 16. 248. 
troops collect against. 14. 646, 776. 
Williams pursues, 15. 94. 
Ferguson, Peter, army pay. 17. 211. 
Ferguson, Robert, army pay, 17. 210. 
Ferguson, Sam'l, in militia. 22. 397. 
Ferguson, Samuel, petition on rent. 

8. 46-47. 
Ferguson, Thos., payment to, 22. 447. 
Ferguson, Thos., prisoner and favors 

Gadsden, 16. 391. 392. 
Ferguson, Thos., submits linen for re- 
ward, 18. 829. 
Ferguson, Wm., 21. 279. 
Ferguson, Wm.| allowance to, 6. 800. 
Ferguson, Wm., in militia, 22. 376. 
Ferguson, Wm., in militia, 22. 397. 
Ferguson's beach, Charleston, 16. 42. 
Ferguson's Corps, 14. 517. 
Ferlbee. See Ferebee, Perrebee. 
Feribee, Capt., 16. 667; 18. 886. 
Feris. See Paris, Parris. 
Feris, Wm., rights proved, 4. 629. 
Fermer. See Parmer. 
Former, Capt., 18. 622. 
Fermer, Thos., building coms'r, 24. 

461. 
Fermer, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 

594. 
Femes, Capt., 16. 14, 15. 
Ferns, IMartln, commands Rainbeau, 

14. 107. 
Ferns, Wm., in army, 18. 510. 
Ferobee. See Perebee. Perrebee. 
Ferobee, John, in militia. 22. 412. 
Ferol, Jno., in militia, 22. 384. 
Ferol, Watson, Jr., in militia, 22. 281. 
Ferol, Watson, Sr., in militia, 22. 281. 
Ferohack, John, in militia. 22. 314. 
Ferral, Gabriel, receives clothing, 18. 

619. 
Ferrear, Mr., 8. 1207. 



2-2 



FERREBEE 



18 



FERRIES 



Ferrebee. See Ferebee, Feribee, Fero- 
bee. 

Ferrebee, Robert, army pay, 17. 210. 

Ferrebee, Samuel, owes state, 21. 
1069. 

Ferrebee, Wm., army rank, 16. 1057. 
officer, 16. 450, 458. 

Ferrebee (Ferrlby), Wm., in Assem- 
bly 6. 303. 

Ferrebee, Wm., Jr., arms coms*r, 24. 
381. 

Ferreby, John, quit rents of, 22. 247. 

Ferreby, Wm., to take charge of loyal- 
ists' property, 10. 566. 

Ferree, Jacob, on Surry Safety Com- 
mittee, 10. 251. 

Ferrel. See Ferril, Ferrill. 

Ferret, James, regulators* entry on 
causes of,' 6. 237. 

Ferrel, J no., army rank, 16. 1061. 

Ferrel, Luke, army rank, 18. 1061. 

Ferrel I, Clem't army rank, 16. 1060. 

Ferrell, Enock, army rank, 18. 1058. 

Ferrel I, Qabl., army rank, 16. 1060. 

Ferrell, Gabriel, pensioner, 22. 65. 

Ferrell, Jacob, army pay, 17. 211. 

Ferrell, James, army pay, 17. 210. 

Ferrell, James, army pay, 17. 210. 

Ferrell, Jas., army rank, 16. 1058. 

Ferrell, Jas., army rank, 18. 1059. 

Ferrell, Jeptha, memorial of. 16. 69, 
77, 175, 182. 308. 412. 

Ferrell, Jno., army rank, 18. 1060. 

Ferrell, John, pensioner, 22. 65. 

Ferrell, John, seized, 16. 461. 

Ferrell, Mlcajah, army rank, 16. 1058. 

Ferrell, Patrick, pay to. 18. 541. 

Ferrell, Wm., army rank, 18. 1058. 

Ferrell, Wm., army rank, 18. 1059. 
lieut, 13. 517. 

Ferrers, Jacob, to be made Capt., 5. 
162. 

Ferres. See Ferris. 

Ferres, Capt., 18. 287. 

Ferres (Ferns), Capt., takes oath to 
N. C., 11. 392-393. 

Ferres (Ferns), Martin, reports on 
conversations of, 11. 368, 373. 

Ferry, James, land grant to, 4. 602. 

Ferrlbee. See Ferebee, Ferrebee. 

Ferribee, Wm., church trustee, 8. 638. 

Ferrlberry, Jacob, 10. 252. 

Ferries, 5. 342. 
act for county courts to establish, 
24. 165-166, 449, 674-8, 747, 810. | 
903; 25. 82-3; for Smith to estab- | 
lish, 24. 636-7; on, 28. 46-48, 118- , 



119, 333, 335, 417-419, 449-51, 475, 
479, 489-90, 500, 533, 593, 594, 595, 
752-3, 785-6; 24. 542; 26. 160, 311- 
312, 348, 356, 369, 389, 478-482; on 
control of, 23. 814; on free f., 28. 
972-3; 24. 969; at Greenville, 24. 
940; at Hertford, 23. 895-6; from 
Core Point to Bath. 23. 149-150, 
336; to place under county courts, 
23. 607-11; to regulate, 24. 279- 
281; to vest in Dry, 25. 488. 

allowance for ferriage, 10. 637. 

bill for, 3. 303, 304; 4. 96, 98, 99, 
108, 128, 136, 137, 138, 140, 141, 
143, 155, 366, 374, 394, 401, 484, 
485, 510. 512, 536, 537, 539, 540, 
549, 561, 563, 564, 566, 567, 572; 
6. 184. 185, 186, 187, 200, 203, 204, 
205, 206, 229, 230, 231, 246, 247, 
257-258, 259, 265, 266, 271, 272, 274, 
275, 279, 283, 285, 286, 291, 293, 
295, 296, 297, 300-301, 310, 834, 835, 
836, 839, 840. 842, 853, 855. 856, 
862, 863. 866, 873-874, 876, 888, 
894-895. 896. 897. 899, 900, 902, 924, 
1019-1020, 1021, 1022, 1023, 1036, 
1050, 1052, 1054. 1055. 1059, 1056, 
1058, 1065, 1097; 6. 847, 852, 854, 
855. 856, 861. 863. 866, 883, 886, 
891. 912, 917, 920. 921, 024, 928- 
929. 932, 939, 956. 957, 958-959, 
1101-1102, 1103, 1105, 1108, 1109. 
1110, 1111, 1144. 1159, 1170. 1172. 
1173, 1178. 1182, 1183-1184, 1185. 
1231. 1234, 1294; 7. 48, 50, 51, 
u4, 61. 70, 71, 76. 308. 315, 374, 
390, 397, 557. 558, 561, 562, 575- 
576, 578, 582, 583. 587, 651; 17. 
319. 325, 329, 350, 362; 18. 441, 453, 
474, 758, 776, 779. 795-796, 818; 
20. 36-37, 41, 44, 64, 165, 169, 170, 
179, 180, 181, 186. 189. 259. 344. 
356, 357, 367, 368. 531, 547; for 
county courts to establish, 18. 
112, 114, 147, 204, 323, 343. 355. 
363. 371. 388-389, 436. 440; in Du- 
plin county, 6. 642, 644, 616, 667, 
671, 845, 906, 908, 910, 912. 916. 
918; in Rowan and Anson, 8. 821; 
appointing places for, 6. 1020, 
1021. 1023. 1036, 105M052, 1056, 
1058, 1064. 1065. 1097; relating to, 
6. 130; to amend act to lay out, 
8. 356, 360, 361, 384, 409-410, 414, 
420, 421, 422, 477; to amend pow- 
ers of courts on, 16. 79, 81, 99. 
137; 21. 834, 836, 991, 999, 1002, 



FERRIL 



19 



FEWOX, ROBERT 



1008; to establish. 6. 670,672,673 
674, 687, 704, 706-707, 709. 713, 714 
716, 718. 735; 8. 1225-1226, 1239 
1240, 1272, 1296; 8. 290, 291, 301 
309, 315. 330. 343, 345; free, 8 
98, 101, 103, 104, 116, 119, 121, 133 
137, 140, 153, 301; to keep, 8. 108 
116, 117. 147, 175, 178, 182, 186 
398. 416, 498; to amend act on 
control of by county courts, 12 
587, 603. 607. 620, 642, 646. 653 
689, 693, 702, 704, 714, 718, 737 
740. 751 ; to give power of regulat 
ing to court. 18. 587. 595. 600 
633; to make free. 17. 301. 302 
303. 327, 339, 342; to put laws 
on in force, 4. 1262; to regu 
late, 18. 864. 868, 871. 884. 962 
975. 978; 21. 763. 769. 827. 835 
915. 928. 971. 996. 999. 1003. 1009 
1011; to repeal act on, 8. 716. 757 
758. 759; 18. 48. 64, 93. 
established. 2. 184. 
free, bill for in Anson Co.. 8. 716, 
720, 728, 757, 759, 764, 766, 778, 
784, 842, 844. 848, 861, 893-894. 898, 
900. 905. 907. 927. 1013. 
keepers to have pay, 28. 728. 
Lamb on act for. 7. 225. 
monopolized by Quakers. 1. 600. 
Murfree to Burke on. 16. 628-629. 
note on act for. 8. 184. 
petition on from New Hanover Co.. 

5. 164-166. 
provisions for. 28. 775. 

Ferrll. .See Ferrel. Perrell. 

Ferrll, Enoch, in army, 16. 722. 

Ferrll, Geo., in militia, 22. 349. 

Ferrll, Henry, felon. 8. 142. 
in Jail, 22. 854. 

Ferrll, Jno., in militia. 22. 349. 

Ferrll, John, land grant asked, 4. 708. 

Ferrll, John, report on militia Co.. 22. 
349. 

Ferrll, John, land grant asked. 4. 708. 

Ferrll, John, report on militia Co., 22. 
369. 

Ferrll, Jos., in militia. 22. 346. 

Ferrll, Jos., in militia, 22. 347. 

Ferrll, Gabriel, army pay, 17. 210. 

Ferrlll, JameSi in army, 16. 724. 

Ferrlll. John, army pay, 17. 210. 

Ferrlll, John, land grant to. 4. 590. 

Ferrlll, Luke L., army pay, 17. 210. 

Ferrlll, MIcaJah, army pay. 17. 210. 

Ferrlll, Wm., army pay, 17. 210. 

Ferrlll, Wm., army record, 18. 481. 



Ferris. See Perres. 
Ferris, John, land grant to, 4. 948. 
Ferris, Wm., land grant to. 4. 703. 
Ferriss, Wm., land grant to, 4. 799. 
Ferry, John, to audit accounts. 2. 486. 
Ferry, Martin, signs oath as member 

Council of State, 11. 363-364. 
Ferry, Wm., land grant to, 4. 1238. 
Ferry, The, 16. 379. 
Ferrybee, Wm., lieut., 10. 946. 
Ferry I, Wm., comet of light horse, 14. 

323. 
Ferrynaut, Francis, petition, 21. 292. 

334-335. 345, 434, 632, 675. 
Ferson, Mr., land of. 1. 65. 
Fesher, Thomas, land grant to. 4. 766. 
Feters, Mr., among Indians. 17. 11. 
Fetzer, , pastor of Mt. Zion. 8. 

748. 
Fetzer, Samuel, J., buried at Mt. Zion, 

8. 748. 
Feudal System, The, 24. 573. 
Few, , to Caswell on his affairs, 

18. 450. 
Few, Gen. B., to Gates on movements 

of Br. and Amer. troops. 14. 763- 

764. 
Few, Benj., bill and receipt for ser- 
vices. 22. 484-5. 
Few, James, Jr., executed as regulator. 

7. xxviii. xxxi; 8. 651; 11. vi; 

18. 845. 852. 
execution criticised, 8. xxxviii. 723- 

724. 
indicted as regulator, 8. 532. 
Few, Wm., claim. 8. 490; allowed, 8. 

408, 514, 520, 521. 
surety, 7. 844. 
Few, Wm., in C. C, 18. 641, 671, 709, 

726, 754; 28. 603. 632. 
located on Broad River. 16. 184. 
skirmishes. 15. 185. 
Few's Plantation. 18. 852. 
Fewhauks, Joshua, land grant to. 4. 

1049. 

Fewox, , law suit, 1. 586. 

Fewox, Ann, imported, 1. 395. 
Fewox, James, estate settled, 2. 110. 
imports persons, 1. 395, 413, 418. 
juror, 1. 406, 407. 409, 411, 412. 
Fewox, James, land lapses, 2. 69, 291. 
law suit, 1. 414-415. 
witness, 1. 522. 
Fewox, Robert, asks for lapsed land, 

2. 291. 
land lapses. 2. 641. 
Fewox, Robert, imported. 1. 395. 



FEWOX, ROBT 



20 



FIELDS, JEREMIAH 



Fewox, Robt., juror, 26. 186. 

Few8, Mr., 7. 869. 

Fickle, Ensign, shoes to, 14. 439. 

Field. See Feilds, Fields. 

Field (Fields), Mrs., (wife of Wm.), 

bill to vest lands in, 20. 18. 
Field, James, juror, 4. 517. 
Field, Jas., juror, 25. 186. 
Field, Jas., quit rents of, 22. 252. 
Field, Jolin, land grant to, 4. 805. 
Field, John, on regulation com., 10. 

1018. 
Field, J no., Jr., property confiscated, 

18. 672; 24. 263, 424. 
Field, Joseph, loyalist, 10. 599. 
petition for release of, 10. 841. 
property confiscated, 18. 672; 24. 

263, 424. 
Field, Lewis, wagoner, 18. 170. 
Field, Lyde, petitions for release of 

husband, 10. 841. 
Field, Lyde (2), petitions for release 

of husband, 10. 841. 
Field, Lydia, 21. 269. 
act to vest property of in sons, 26. 

38-9. 
Field, Mary, petitions for release of 

husband, 10. 841. 
Field, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 339. 
Field, Richard, land grant to, 4. 332, 

602. 
rights proved, 4. 598. 
Field (Fields), Robert, act to vest 

property in, 26. 38-9. 
bill to vest land in, 18. 115, 124. 180, 

323, 343, 401, 410. 
loyalist, 10. 599, 601. 
petition, 20. 139, 259, 318, 440; and 

bill on land, 21. 230, 235, 269-270, 

277, 329, 357, 393, 597, 625. 680, 

715; of wife, 20. 10. 13, 14, 17, 18; 

for release of, 10. 841. 
Tory leader, 22. 618. 
Field, Robert, petition on catching 

fish, 8. 87-88. 
Field, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 805. 
Field, Smith, in militia, 22. 339. 
Field, Wm., 21. 269. 
Field (Fields), Wm., act to vest prop- 
erty of in sons, 26. 38-9. 
bill to vest land in, 20. 10, 13, 18; 

to vest land in sons of. 18. 115, 

124. 180, 323, 343, 401, 410. 
in Assembly. 8. 113, 137, 139, 162, 

163. 186, 715, 716, 720, 725. 734, 

735, 753, 757, 763, 774, 836, 846, 

850, 854, 855, 858, 874, 881, 886, 



902, 905, 907, 908, 915, 918, 919, 
931, 951; on com. of Assembly, 8. 
711, 739. 
loyalist, 10. 599. 
memorial considered, 17. 284. 
on regulator com., 10. 1018. 
petition, 18. 213, 215, 347; for re- 
lease of, 10. 841. 
prisoner, 22. 924. 
property confiscated, 18. 672; 24. 

263, 424. 
sells land and turns Tory, 24. 286. 
Tory Col. and leader, 22. 147, 618. 
Field, Zacha., land grant to, 4. 635. 
Field & Oleics mill, 8. 88. 
Field boolc of surveyors of Va. boun- 
dary, 2. 799-815. 
Field Engineer, The, copies of sent to 

N. C, 20. 812. 
Field officers, appointment of consid- 
ered, 18. 142. 
Fielding, Wm., regulator, 7. 808. 

Fields, , four of them in jail, 10. 

469, 486. 

Fields, f kUled, 7. 215. 

Fields, , order to join Martin, 18. 

689. 

Fields, , petition refused, 10. 927. 

Fields, , Tory, 22. 144. 

Fields, , wagoner, 13. 147. 

Fields, f whips Lea, 8. 26. 

Fields, Col., (Br), in N. C. as a prison- 
er, 16. 282, 283. 
Fields, Ambros, in militia, 22. 325. 
Fields (Field), Anne, bill to vest lands 
in. 17. 291, 300. 
memorial considered, 17. 283, 284, 

285. 
petition, 20. 10, 13, 14, 17, 18, 259, 
318, 440, 452; for release of hus- 
band, 10. 841. 
Fields (Field), Jeremiah, act to vest 
property in, 28. 38-9. 
agrees to restitution of fees in Ro- 
wan, 8. 521-522, 534. 
bill to vest land in, 18. 115, 124, 

180, 323. 343, 401, 410. 
in Hillsboro riot, 8. 241, 245. 
indicted as regulator, 8. 531. 
loyalist, 10. 599. 
ordered to raise King's standard, 

10. 441-443. 
petition 10. 803-804, 841; 20. 139, 
259. 318, 440, 445; bill on land, 
21. 230. 235. 269-270, 277, 329, 357, 
393, 597, 625. 680, 715; to Martin 
for pardon, 8. 40, 41; 22. 891. 



F'lELDS, JEREMIAH 



21 



FILSBY, RICH'D 



FUlds, Jeremiah, regulator, 7 737. 

Fields, Jeremiah, indicted as regula- 
tor, 8. 531. 

Fieldt, Jno^ army rank, 18. 1059. 

Fields, John, pensioner, 28. 65. 

Fields, John, signs loyal address to 
Martin, 8. 1161. 

Fields, Lewis, army rank, 18. 1055. 

Fields, Nathaniel, petition on C. H., 
8. 806-807. 

Fields, Nathaniel, Jr., petition on C. 
H., 8. 806-807. 

Fields, RIeh'd, In militia, 22. 318. 

Fields, Robert, ordered to raise King*s 
standard, 18. 441-443. 
peUtion for, 18. 424, 753. 

Fields, Robert, road coms'r. 22. 919. 

Fields, 8am., in militia, 22. 318. 

Fields, Timothy, army pay, 17. 212. 
army rank, 18. 1059. 

Fields, William(?), begins hostilities 
against colonies, 18. 444. 
bill to vest lands of in Anne Fields, 

17. 291, 300. 

exchange of proposed, 16. 639-640. 
lands of confiscated. 18. 523. 
offers plunder of rebels to loyalists, 

18. 443. 

ordered to raise King's standard, 

18. 441-443. 
Fields, Wm., executed, 8. 142. 
Fields, Wm., memorial, 18. 534. 
Fields, Wm., murderer and executed, 

22. 854. 
Fields, Wm., proposed for vestry, 8. 

155. 
Fields, Zachariah, rights proved, 4. 

598. 
Fields, Zachariah, road comsr., 23. 220. 
Fields' Camp, Walker a member of, 

18. 762. 
Fiere facias, issue of, 25. 291, 410. 
Fife County, Scotland, 22. 289. 
Fifcr. See Phlfer. 
FIfer, Capt., 14. 780. 

in charge of Light Horse, 16. 699. 
Fifer, MaJ., 7. 1003. 
FIfer, Caleb, in Assembly. 12. 656, 

667, 699, 736, 816; 18. 625, 690, 

697, 708. 709. 712. 717. 721. 
Fifer, John, allowance to children of, 

12. 198-199. 371. 
Fifer (Phlfer), Major Martin, 7. 821, 

822, 825, 826. 
claims allowed, 7. 214. 
conducts prisoners to Halifax. 11. 

370, 415. 



in Assembly, 12. 265. 282. 368. 380, 

399, 408, 429; on com. of Assem.^ 

8. 1153, 1263; 12. 284. 658. 682; 

18. 597, 706, 740. 
musters at house of, 24. 292. 
paid for feeding garrison, 8. 832- 

833. 
Fifer, Martin, Jr., to receive provis- 
ions, 14. 288. 
FIfer's, Mr., 7. 461. 
FIfer's Company, report on, 15. 703. 
Flfir, David, petition against marriage 

act, 8. 623-624. 
Fifth Battalion, money for, 16. 699. 
Fifth N. C. Continentals, 18. iv. 
Fifth Regiment, 18. 61, 605, 610; 22. 

117, 1008. 
supplies to, 22. 750. 
Fiftoi of Hiowee, at Indian Congress, 

11. 179. 203. 
Fifty tree Swamp, 2. 69. 
Fig, Jos., in militia, 22. 328. 
Fight, Con rod, army rank, 18. 1060. 
Fight, Conrad, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Figures, John, vestryman, 23. 499. 
Figures, Matthew, act for town on 

lands of and town coms'r, 24. 

856-7, 960-1. 
bill for town on lands of, 18. 17, 

30, 44, 247, 249, 253. 259. 266, 268; 

28. 531, 560. 676; 21. 54, 77, 85. 

117, 122. 
Figures, Thos., claim paid, 18. 692. 

693. 
Figure's Point, inspection at, 24. 581. 

town at. 21. 54. 77, 85. 117, 122. 
Figures' Warehouse, bill for town at. 

7. 577. 
Flkc, John, regulator. 7. 734. 
Flkes, J as., army rank. 18. 1055. 
Filbert, Nicholas, Juror. 1. 582. 
Fllgo^ Anthony, exempted, 8. 565. 
Filial portions, tried before co. cts., 

26. 407. 
Fillaw, Wm., Juror. 4. 616. 
Filleau, John, land grant to. 4. 603. 
Fllliau, John, land grant to. 4. 641. 
Fllllhan, Jeremiah, asks pardon for 

Hamilton, 8. 84-85. 
Fillips. See Phillips. 
Fillips, Jno., army rank. 18. 1058. 
Fillips, Josh., army rank, 18. 1058. 
Fillman, John, sent to Cornell and 

London, 11. 691. 
Filman, Wm., army rank, 18. 1060. 
Fllmon, Wm,, army pay, 17. 210. 
Filsby, Richd., army rank, 18. 1056. 



PILUMIN, JOHN 



22 



PINES 



Fllumin, John, petition on C. H., 8. 

806-808. 
Filyan, Wm., army pay, 17. 211. 
Fimmt, Cornelius, proves rights, 4. 

1244. 
Fin, Peter, petition on separation, 22. 

706-13. 
Finances, bill to regulate, 18. 196, 201, 
298-299, 325, 326, 331, 356. 

committee and reports on, 18. 7-8 
9, 12, 13, 16, 25, 30, 31, 43, 50 
64-65, 66, 130, 155, 164, 235, 237-238 
240, 241, 245, 248. 253, 254, 263 
264, 272, 279, 280-283, 293, 294 
301, 354, 375, 377, 384-386, 387, 388 
393, 454-456; 20. 123-124, 125, 126 
136, 145, 150, 152, 158, 182. 184 
188, 192-193, 208, 211, 216, 224 
225, 229, 231, 233, 243. 245. 247 
253, 256-258, 262, 265, 269, 271 
273, 274, 281, 283, 289. 292, 305 
306, 308, 317, 327, 338, 339. 359 
360, 366, 373, 393, 396-398, 402-406 
414, 419, 421, 428, 433, 438, 442 
445, 447, 448, 450, 452-454, 457 
458, 464-465, 467; 21. 199, 203, 210 
211, 218, 220, 223, 227, 230, 231 
236. 254, 261, 263, 288, 295, 298 
299, 303, 329, 331, 348, 349, 354 
373, 392, 393, 395, 413, 420, 425 
435, 436, 579, 583, 590, 591, 592 
597, 598, 617, 620, 634, 641, 662 
669, 679-680, 685, 697, 704, 733, 737 
739, 744, 747, 766, 770, 788, 796 
800, 868, 881-882, 883, 885, 891 
892, 894, 912, 913, 915, 916, 920 
968, 1043, 1044, 1057, 1059-1079. 

Burke to Assem. on, 22. 1034-5. 

committee to consider condition of, 
18. 839, 876. 

condition, 8. vl-vii; 16. 93. 

discussed, 17. 912-913. 

examination and report on office of, 
18. 832-835. 

Martin on condition of and answer. 
8. 378, 455; to Assembly on and 
answer, 8. 1195, 1200, 1204. 

of C. C. Burke on, 13. 328-329. 

report on, 15. 57. 

report on printed, 18. 164. 

resolution of C. C. on settlement 
of accounts, 18. 1202-4. 

ruins of, 14. 633. 

superintendent of, letter of quoted, 
etc., 18. 8-9, 20; 22. 1016. 

weakness of the Confederation in, 
18. xii. 



Fincastle, Va., 10. 660; 14. 463; 16. 
xiv. 

Fincastle, sloop, 10. 550, 602. 

Fincastle Co., Va., 10. 751. 752, 781, 
782, 839, 911; 18. 190. 
irruption of Creeks and Cherokees 
in, 10. 729-730, 748. 

Fincastle C. H., Va., prisoners should 
be sent to, 16. 115. 

Finch, Lord, at council, 2. 680, 732. 

Finch, Edwd., in militia, 22. 165. 

Finch, Henry, a J. P., 23. 994. 
cited before Assembly. 18. 364, 369. 
removed as J. P., 18. 145; 21. 315, 
319, 353, 659. 

Finch, isham, army pay, 17. 212. 

Finch, Isom, army rank, 18. 1059. 
memorial, 21. 977, 980, 1040, 1042. 

Finch, Jeremiah, false returns of es- 
tate, 2. 600-601. 

Finch, John, in militia, 22. 165. 

Finch, John, petition, 21. 980. 

Finch, Marl(, land grant to. 4. 950. 
964. 

Finch, Rowland Porter, a J. P.. 4. 354. 
claims. 4. 751. 
land grant to. 4. 651. 

Finch, Williamson, in militia. 22. 166. 

FIncher, Jonathan, petition on catch- 
ing fish, 8. 87-88. 

Fi nek ley Estate, in Perquimans Co., 
1. 427. 

Finds 1 1, John, land grant to, 4. 635. 

Findlater, Earl of, at council. 2. 680, 
732. 

Findley, Mr., 8. 1006. 

Findley, Charles, pensioner, 22. 65. 

Findley, James, pensioner, 22. 65. 

Findley, John, pensioner, 22. 65. 

Findley, Thos., in militia, 22. 396. 

FIndly, Ben J., in militia. 22. 358. 

Findly, Jas., in militia, 22. 396. 

FIndly, Jno., in militia, 22. 396. 

Fine, John, com. on Barrity case, 17. 
775. 

Fine, John, to Burke on commerce, 
22. 578-9. 

Fine & Lott, supplies to army, 18. 
485, 496. 

Fines, appeal to Privy Council on, 8. 
107. 
bill to reckon in proclamation mon- 
ey, 4. 396. 
disposition of, 24. 281. 
how accounted for and paid. 24. 73. 
how collected. 24. 505, 517, 519, 
636-7, 662, 585-6, 591; 26. 195-6, 



PINES AND FORFEITURES 23 FIRST LITTLE BR'D RIVER 



198, 210, 216, 227, 233, 234, 244, 
251, 252, 255, 256, 258, 261, 262, 
300, 303, 304, 305, 314, 316, 319, 
323, 328, 3478, 380, 381, 382, 392, 
405, 424, 427, 429, 435, 436, 454, 
455, 480, 497, 505, 506, 511-12, 514. 
imposed on members of Assembly, 

4. 1279. 
mentioned, 1. 702. 
not to be excessire, 22. 663; 28. 

977; 26. 21. 
payment of resisted, 2. 59. 
to go to Proprietors, 1. 379. 
Fines and forfeitures, act on, 28. 157. 
bill for recovering and appropriat- 
ing, 6. 359. 360. 414, 418, 421. 
governor's powers to remit limited, 

8. 100. 
how recovered, 28. 674, 675, 702. 
716, 738, 747, 760, 766, 776, 788, 
792-3. 797, 799, 800, 808-9, 811, 873. 
884, 896, 918, 940, 944, 966, 969, 
1000. 
Finger, Sidney M., 6. 752. 
assistance rendered by in editing 

Colonial records, 1. viii. 
thanks to, 10. xli. 
Finger family, 6. 754. 

pioneers, 6. 751, 753. 
FInlstere, Cape, 2. 424, 425; 6. 318; 
6. 1031. 

Fink, Rev. , 6. 796. 

Fink, J. J., Baptist minister, 6. 1182. 

Fink, Jas., in militia, 22. 334. 

Fin lay, Duncan, on regulation of Cross 

Creek, 16. 209-211. 
Fin lay, Hugh, nominated for Council, 

8. 974, 1172, 1243. 
FInlay, Wm., officer, 18. 150. 
Fin ley, Capt., shoes to, 14. 437. 

work at Guilford C. H., 16. 430. 
Finley, Abm., army rank, 16. 732; 18. 

1057. 
Finley, Andrew, asks pardon for Hun- 
ter, 8. 86-87. 
Finley, Andrew, asks pardon for Hun- 
ter, 8. 86-87. 
Finley, George, asks pardon for Hun- 
ter, 8. 86. 
Finley, Hugh, claim, 8. 489. 
Finley, James, attached for contempt, 

18. 4, 7. 
FInman, John, petition on outlaws. 

11. 731-732. 
FInman, Thomas, petition on outlaws, 

11. 731-732. 
FInnacon, Wm., tory officer, 22. 196. 



Finner, Rich. P., army rank, 18. 1055. 
Finney, Lieut., owes state, 21. 1069. 
Finney, Thos., army rank, 18. 1055. 

army record, 18. 481. 
Finney, Thos., bill to build bridge, 8. 
1263-1264. 
congratulates Dobbs, 6. 334-335. 
dropped as J. P., 8. 1007. 
petitions on roads and ferries, 6. 

164-166. 
resurvey to, 7. 7. 
rights proved, 4. 601. 
Finney, Thos., Cont. lieut., 22. 1049. 
officer, 18. 486. 
town coms'r, 28. 461. 
Finnie, Wm., and lead, 18. 398, 399. 
asks lead from N. C., 12. 663. 
D. Q. M. G. of Va., 12. 556; 14. 

629. 
forwards ammunition, 14. 502, 503. 
letter of laid before Gen. Assem., 

18. 401. 
supplies to, 14. 628. 
to Long on lead for Washington, 
18. 388. 
Finny, Lieut., commands draft, 16. 
483; and Joins Sumner, 16. 591. 
rank, 18. 664. 
reports on troops, 16. 475. 
Flnrlce, Wm., Caswell to on clothing 

for troops, 18. 59. 
Fire, provision against, 28. 868; in 
Edenton, 24. 919-20; 26. 506; in 
Hillsboro, 24. 24; in Newborn, 
28. 916-8; in Salisbury, 28. 811; 
in Wilmington, 28. 236; 26. 260, 
512, 513. 
request for aid for, 7. 374-375, 380, 
416-417. 
Fire Light, act against hunting by, 
24. 33, 113, 162-3, 268-70, 595-7, 
862-3; 26. 503-4. 
Flrebent, Christopher, lands patented, 

2. 308. 
Firewood, act on measurement of, 24. 
595. 
bill to measure, 18. 528, 529, 539, 
548, 579, 660. 
Flrmleho, at Indian Congress, 11. 179. 
Flrnler, Marton, regulator, 7. 734. 
First Battalion, returns of at Cartha- 

gena, 16. 755-759. 
First Battalion Light infantry, losses 

at Stone Ferry, 16. 751. 
First Broad River, 11. facing 80. 

bill on fish, 28. 170, 180, 181, 355. 
First Little Broad River, 24. 845, 846. 



JflBST N. C. BATTALION 24 



FISHER, DANIEL 



First N. C. Battalion, 22. 214. 
returns of reinlistments, 16. 749- 

7B0. 
roll of. 1«. 718-733. 
First Regiment, 16. 596, 610, 611. 620. 
621. 623. 639; 22. 95. 104. 117. 144. 
915; 24. 456. 
consolidated. 16. 765. 
expenditures by, 16. 750. 
not completed, 16. 578. 
petition from colonel of. 16. 45, 51. 
reports on accounts of.* 22. 921. 
First Regiment North Carolina mili- 
tia, report on. 17. 1043. 
return of militia. 22. 1022. 
rolU of. 17. 1054-1055. 1059-1061. 
Fish, MaJ., transferred to Clinton's 

brigade. 12. 525. 
Fish, Jesse, kind to American prison- 
ers. 16. 394. 
Fish, John, land grant to, 4. 618. 
Fish. John, asks for new county, 6. 

92. 
Fish, John, petitions for repeal of tax 

on free negroes, 6. 982-983. 
Fish, Thos., in militia, 22. 320. 
Fish, Wm.p land grants to, 4. 344. 
Fish, 1. 135. 
act on, 28. 803; on destruction of, 
28. 657, 681. 819, 909-10; 26. 489, 
504-5; in Neuse River. 28. 974; 
on passage of, 24. 175-6. 295. 297- 
298, 312, 460, 536-7, 849-50. 902-3. 
936-9; 26. 109; to inspect. 24. 
580-6, 660. 
bills on. 20. 155, 156. 168, 169, 170. 
175. 178. 179. 180, 181, 188. 190, 
203. 212. 213. 228. 250. 264. 273. 
300, 337, 338, 343. 349. 355, 357, 
382, 383, 413. 415; on pasage of. 
16. 144. 146, 168, 208. 257, 261. 
285. 288. 328, 339. 343. 361; 21. 744. 
749. 751, 786-787. 790. 888. 893, 
897, 898, 901. 949. 955. 985; in 
County Line Creek, 12. 170, 173, 
178, 179, 334, 343, 345, 355, 382; in 
Deep River. 6. 716, 757. 759. 783. 
to keep rivers open, 16. 50, 111, 
139. 151. 153. 159; 16. 133, 191. 204. 
356. 359. 418. 430; to keep rivers 
open to be repealed. 21. 259. 594, 
617-618; to prevent destruction of, 

6. 1228, 1236, 1240. 1253, 1270, 
1275. 1278. 1289. 1292. 1297. 1298; 

7. 92. 310. 315, 320. 326. 330, 339. 
378. 382, 387. 394. 397. 406. 407. 
410. 421; 6. 97, 101, 103, 104, 112, 



119-120, 133, 137. 140. 153-154, 349, 

352, 355, 359, 361, 384, 392, 394, 

402, 403. 407-408, 412. 413, 417-418, 

420, 422, 429, 477; to prevent 

stopping passage of, 6. 388, 392. 

394. 395. 400, 402. 443. 473. 475. 

481, 485-494. 503. 506. 508. 584. 

657; 18. 846. 853. 863. 875. 882. 

884, 887, 890, 935-936. 937. 944. 954, 

955, 974, 978, 981, 985; 17. 317, 

327. 336, 385; 16. 25. 77. 107. 113; 

26. 44. 87; in Yadkin River. 12. 

565. 571. 572. 582. 585. 653, 671, 

674. 680, 686. 
in Clarendon Co., 1. 154. 
in S. C, 1. 206. 

petition on in Deep River. 6. 87-88. 
shipped to European countries. 2. 

628. 
use of as food, 2. 55. 
Fish Creek, N. Y., 11. 653. 
Fish Dam Ford, 16. 504; 24. 472. 
Fish Pole Swamp, Tories in. 16. 487. 
Fish River Baptist Association, 6. 

1190. 
Fishar. See Fisher. 
Fishar, Charles, petition on rent. 6. 46- 

47. 
Fishar, Martin, petition on rent. 6. 

46-47. 
Fishbowen, IMr.. and battle of Stoney 

Point. 14. 329. 
Fishburn, Capt.. 17. 166. 
Fishburn, Lieut., wounded. 16. 751. 
Fishburn, Philip, in army frauds, 16. 

251. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 189, 

190, 195. 196. 197. 200. 201. 202. 

203, 205, 206, 208, 211, 215, 216. 

220. 221. 223. 227. 229. 230, 232. 

233. 234. 235. 241. 244. 245, 249. 

250, 251, 253. 254, 255. 256. 260. 

262. 
Fishdam, 8. C, British taken at. 14. 

765. 
Fishdam Ferry. 16. 304. 
Fisher. See Fishar. 

Fisher, , an Indian. 2 141. 

Fisher, , robbed. 6. 562. 

Fisher, Mr., and treatment of Amer. 

prisoners. 17. 626-627. 
Fisher, Ambrose, army pay. 17. 211. 
Fisher, Charles, helps reorganize Lu- 
theran Church in Salisbury. 6. 
784-785. 
Fisher, Daniel, brought before Council 

of Safety. 16. 697. 



FISHER, ELIJAH 



26 



FISHPOOL, JOHN 



Fisher, Elijah, carries dispatches, 16. 

69. 
Fisher, Fedk^ petition, 20. 429. 
resolve in favor of, 20. 260. 
to demand powder, 10. 136. 
Fisher, Geo^ in militia, 22. 321. 
Fisher, Geo., in militia, 22. 321. 
Fisher, George^ land grant to. 4. 335. 
Fisher, George, Juror, 8. 508, 509. 
Fisher, Isaac, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fisher, Jacob, •. 744, 745. 
Fisher, James, administration on es- 
tate of, 1. 576-577. 
appraiser, 1. 452. 
inventory of estate, 1. 580. 
Juror, 1. 426, 427, 428, 430, 431. 
law suits, 1. 522, 525, 531, 533, 551, 

561. 
sells land, 1. 490. 
summoned, 1. 496. 
will proved, 1. 565. 
witness, 1. 426. 
Fisher, James, in army, 16. 722; 16. 
1058. 
reeniists, 16. 749. 
Fisher, Joel, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fisher, Jno^ army rank, 16. 1059. 
Fisher, John, law suit, 2. 110. 
Fisher, Malcolm, resurvey to, 6. 1084. 
Fisher, Mary, administrator, 1. 576- 
677. 
produces inventory of estate, 1. 580. 
proves will, 1. 565. 
Fisher, Mary, bond of administrator, 

6. 579. 
Fisher, Matthias, asks for new county, 

8. 92. 
Fisher, Randolph, juror, 26. 190. 
Fisher, Randolph, land grant to, 4. 

274. 
Fisher, Robt., in militia, 22. 385. 
Fisher, Thos., bond of administrator, 

6. 579. 
Fisher, Thos., in militia, 22. 322. 
Fisher, Thos., land grant to, 4. 331, 
618. 
rights proved, 4. 617. 
Fisher, Thomas, road coms'r, 28. 910. 
Fisher, Thos., trader, 1. 469. 
Fisher, Wm., army rank, 16. 1059. 
Fisher, sloop of war, brings ammuni- 
tion to Martin, 16. 42. 
Fisher family, 6. 744, 746. 
Fisheries, and treaty with Great Bri- 
tain, 16. 751-752, 758; 17. 6-7. 
bill on to be repealed, 16. 455; to 
limit work of, 6. 386, 398, 400, 



466, 468, 469, 503, 506; to prevent 
use of seins in New River, 6. 719, 
728, 764, 765, 767, 775, 777, 784, 
837, 842, 884, 887, 890, 896, 899. 

cutting oft from denounced, 16. 76- 
77. 

granted to Heath, 1. 6; to Proprie- 
tors. 1. 22, 103. 

Little agent for. 8. 231. 

money to be collected from, 2. 497, 
498. 

N. E. forbidden to fish, 8. 1208; 16. 
12, 20, 58, 113. 

not allowed in French American 
waters, 8. 116-117. 

not to be supplied by American ves- 
sels, 8. 1281. 

on Grand Bank allowed, 16. 750- 
751; 17. 6-7; on Newfoundland 
coasts, 1. 225; stopped, 8. 1186. 

on Roanoke and James Rivers, 11. 
834, 835. 

petition, 6. 1273. 

rights of reserved, 1. 12. 

salt lent for, 17. 946-947. 

seized by government, 16. 625. 

suffer for lack of salt, 8. 270. 

to be carried on by N. E. men, 2. 
175-176. 

to be encouraged, 2. 490. 
Fisher's Mill, troops sent to, 14. 778. 
Fishing Creek, 2. 786; 8. 417; 4. 65, 
68, 353, 807; 6. 1204; 7. 1002, 
1005, 1007, 1008; 8. 1064. 1069; 
18. 464; 14. 614. 712; 16. 663; 
28. 472, 964, 967; 24. 139,. 249, 
294; 26. 210; 26. 1266. 

act on fish in, 28. 681; 26. 604-5; 
to clear, 24. 702-3. 

bill to clear, 18. 414, 415. 417, 464, 
742, 743, 747-748, 791, 799. 816; to 
prevent destruction of fish in, 7. 
310. 315, 320, 326. 330, 339. 378. 
382, 387, 394, 397, 406, 407, 410, 
421. 

lead mine on, 16. 698. 
Fishing Creek (Anson Co.), 6. 631. 
Fishing Creek (Edgecombe), 6. 1211. 
Fishing Creek church, 6. 1176, 1177. 
Fishing Creek District, Granville Co., 

tax payers in, 26. 1278. . 
Fishing River Baptist Association, 6. 

1190. 
Fishklll, N. Y., 11. 433; 18. 496; 14. 

49. 330, 359; 16. 735. 
Fishpooi, John, exempted, 6. 915-916. 

land grant to, 4. 1038. 



FISH POOLE, JOHN 



26 FITZWILLIAM, RICHARD 



Fishpooie, John, land grant to, 4. 950. 

FIsk, MaJ., adj. gen., 12. 497. 

Fl8k, Robert, petition on C. H., 8. 806- 

807. 
FIsk, John, petition on C. H., 8. 806- 

807. 
Fi8ke, Rev. Samuel, comes to N. C, 

7. 456. 
complaints of, 8. 14. 492-493. 
location, 7. 457, 541; 8. 221, 222. 
to Tryon on his work, 7. 872. 
Fist, Samuel, army pay, 17. 210. 

army rank, 16. 1059. 
Fitch, Henry, land grant to, 4. 596. 
Fitch, James, resists impressment, 2. 

56. 
Fitch, John, bill to grant steamboat 

Hghts, SO. 131, 132, 137-138, 140, 

146, 309, 315, 320. 
letter on steamboats, 21. 202. 
Fitch, Thos., makes oath as to ship's 

cargo, 10. 161. 
Fitchpatrick, Bryant, law suit, 1. 562. 
FItner, Henry, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fitsmooris, Patrick, in militia, 22. 

330. 
Fitt, M., 21. 192. 
Fitt (Fitts), Thomas, petition, 28. 200, 

383, 389-90, 518(?), 521, 534; 21. 

62, 82, 89, 192. 
Fitts, John, takes oath, 22. 178. 
FItzflemming, John, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fitzgarrell, IMIchael, prays relief for 

wound, 6. 851, 852. 
Fltzgarrett, Eilz., punished for having 

bastard, 1. 655. 
FitzQarrold, John, gun stocker, 16. 

619. 
Fitzgerald, J. H., prisoner, 16. 672. 
Fitzgerald, Jacob, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fitzgerald, John, asks for land grant, 

4. 65. 
land grant to, 4. 886, 891. 
Fitzgerald, John, wood worker, 16. 

477. 
Fitzgerald, Nick, court martialed, 12. 

518. 
to be executed, 12. 535, 540. 
Fitzgerald, Simon, deserter, 11. 742. 
Fitzgerald, Wm., felon, 22. 858. 
Fitzgerald, Wm., pensioner, 22. 65. 
FltzGerard, Wm., seizes goods, 1. 459. 
Fitzhardlng, IMaurlce, Viscount, heir 

to Sir W. Berkeley *s share of C, 

1. 340-341. 
FItz Herbert, Mr., and Tory property, 

18. 905. 



Fitzherbert, Allen, peace commlBsion- 

er, 16. 440, 441. 
Fitzherbert, M., at Board of Trade 

meeting, 7. 289-291, 644-549, 986- 

990; 8. 164-167, 275-277, 628-629. 
Fitzherbert, Wm., on need of ex- 
chequer ct, 7. 684-685. 
opposes grant to Scotch, 6. 621-622. 
report on government in N. C, 7. 

447-448. 
to Privy Council on 8. C. boundary, 

8. 573-574. 
to Shelbume on Indian boundaries, 

7. 536-538. 
to Tryon on laws of 1768 and 1769, 

6. 264-267; on payment for Ca- 
tawba survey, 7. 113; on public 

affairs, 7. 131-133. 
FItzhugh, Mr., 14. 352. 
Fitzjarold, John, land grant to, 4. 804, 

1043. 
Fltzjarrald, John, asks for resurvey, 

4. 806. 

FItzpatrick, , law suit, 1. 587. 

Fitzpatrick, Brient, law suit, 1. 578. 
FItzpatrick, Brlggs, army pay, 17. 211. 
FItzPatrIck, Brigt., Juror, 4. 525. 
FitzPatrIck, BrIgt., Juror, 4. 525. 
Fitzpatrick, Bryan, Juror, 1. 594. 

law suit, 1. 578, 593. 
FItzpatrick, Cornelius, land lapses, 2. 

496, 524. 
Fitzpatrick, Cornelius, Jr., asks for 

lapse patent, 2. 392. 
Fitzpatrick, Cornelius, Sr., land lapses, 

2. 392. 
Fitzpatrick, Edward, rights proved, 4. 

617. 
Fitzpatrick, Edward, land grants to, 

4. 704. 
Fitzpatrick, James, brings suit, 18. 

433. 
suit against, 18. 282. 
Fitzpatrick, Simon, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fitzrandoiph, BenJ., a J. P., 4. 683, 

951, 1041, 1243. 
petitions for McDugal, 8. 683-684. 
road comsr., 28. 221. 
Fitzslmmons, Thos., Fa. Comr., 18. 

581. 
Fitzsimons, Mr., in C. C, 16. 825. 
Fitzwaiter, Earl, at Board of Trade 

meeting, 4. 209-215, 268-270. 
to Johnston on public affairs, 4. 

200-202. 
to King on Swiss, 4 166-168. 
Fitzwiiliam (Fitzwiiliams), Richard, 



FIT2W0RTH, ISAAC 



27 



FLAX 



boundary commisBioner, 8. 21. 
divides collection districts, 4. 169. 
favors continuation of survey, 2. 

778. 
In council, 8. 123, 477. 
letters mentioned, 2. 816. 
on equipment of Va. commissioners, 

2. 735. 
on Va. act against N. C. tobacco, 2. 

684-685. 
on progress of N. C, 2. xvli. 
opposes continuance of survey, 2. 

787. 
presents memorial from N. C. on ex- 
portation of tobacco, 8. 210-211. 
protests against Va. act of 1726, 2. 

xv-xvi. 
reports on boundary survey, 2. 750- 

757. 
returns from survey, 2. 781, 790; 8. 

13. 
sits in council, 2. 673. 
surveyor general of customs, 8. 62. 
Va. boundary commissioner and in- 
structions, 2. 734, 744-746. 768. 
FItzworth, Isaac, court to be beld at 

house of, 24. 973. 
Five Fathom Hole, Charleston, 16. 
35, 36, 37, 38; 24. 852; 26. 71, 72. 
British ships in, 16. 363. 
Five Nations, 8. 89; 6. 464. 
aid Tuscaroras, 2. 49; 8. 345. 
among Tuscaroras, 2. 25. 
explanation to and member released, 

2. 24. 
false report on, 8. 518. 
help of feared, 1. 900; 2. 30. 
in alliance with N. C. Indians, 8. 

202, 205. 
may Interpose with Tuscaroras for 

peace, 2. 23-24. 
trade with to be cut off, 2. 190. 
Flwell, Wm., Juror, 4. 520. 
Flack, James, army pay, 17. 210. 
denies that regulators robbed Fan- 
ning, 6. 260. 
Flacoa, 17. 586. 
Flag, Lt., dead, 16. 754, 757. 
Flagg, George, prisoner, 16. 392. 
Flagglns, John, land grant to, 4. 221. 
Flags, designated for merchant vessel, 
8. 113. 
imposition and abuses of, 16. 681. 
Flags of truce, treatment of vessels 

with, 16. 418, 422-423. 
Flaick, Samuel, in militia, 22. 380. 
Flaick, Thos., in militia, 22. 380. 



Flail, Conway, petitions for extension 
of power of J. P.'s, 7. 874-875. 

Flake, John, petition discussed, 18. 
150-151, 158-159. 

Flake, Samuel, Jailed as a Tory, 11. 
655. 
regulator, 6. 79. 

Flake (Flock), Thos., agrees to resti- 
tion of fees in Rowan, 8. 521-522. 

Flanakin, Ed., Juror, 26. 189. 

Flanders, 1. 955. 

Flanlgan, Edward, patroler, 16. 451. 

Flanlkin, Richard, complaint against 
a J. P., 4. 1262. 

Flannegan, Patrick, army pay, 17. 211. 

Flannigan, James, confers on Selwyn 
lands, 7. 19-20. 

Flannlkin, Richard, petition of refer- 
red to com., 18. 840, 929, 932. 

Flat River, 6. 1204; 28. 418. 
McCulloh lands on, 6. xxxii, 772, 779; 

6. 570. 
regulators on, 6. 614. 

Flat River Baptist Association, his- 
tory, 6. 1183-1184. 

Flat River church, 6. 1184. 

Flat Rock church, 6. 1181. 

Flat Swamp, 2. 261, 265, 330; 16. 848; 
28. 168, 222, 480. 

Flat Swamp Camp, 6. 590, 673. 

Flat Swamp church, 6. 1177. 

Flats, The, (Cape Fear), 28. 356, 382; 
24. 125, 852; 26. 72. 
inspection at, 24. 581. 

Flatt Swamp, 6. 1078. 

Flavel, Wm., deputy surveyor, 8. 618. 
land grant to, 4. 58. 

Flaw, Jas., in militia, 22. 358. 

Flax, 8. 338. 
act for warehouses to inspect, 28 
741-4; to amend act on inspection 
28. 768-9; to encourage cultlva 
tion, 28. 613-4, 649; to inspect 
28. 639-49, 790-801; 24. 580-6, 658 
661; 26. 37. 
bill for inspection of, 7. 564, 595 
598, 623, 900. 904, 907, 921, 944 
947, 951, 959. 970, 977; to encour 
aging raising of, 6. 856. 863. 922 
934, 942, 1096, 1101. 1108. 1111 
1144. 1159. 1160. 1169. 1181, 1183 
1186, 1293; to repeal act on, 7 
598. 601, 603, 607, 632, 636, 637 
640. 
bounty on, 6. 1237; needed, 6. 1090, 

1154. 
British bounty on, 6. 1081. 



FLAX NOTES 



28 



FLETCHER, GEOEGE 



culture should be encouraged, 8. 

911. 
encouragement for needed, 6. 839. 
exported, 6. 1029, 1031. 
exports should be encouraged, 6. 

449, 473. 477. 
factories for, 7. 429. 
premium on, 6. xlii; considered, 6. 
1219, 1261; for exportation of. 6. 
1030. 
superior to that of Pa. and N. Y., 

6. 317. 
to be used for quit rents, 4. 205. 
Flax notes, issued, 28. 742-3. 
Flay, MaJ., 12. 470. 

Fleachali (Fletcher), Col. Thos., Tory 
career. 18. 975; 22. 181, 182, 183. 
defeated, 18. 340. 
leads Tories in S. C, 16. 178. 
See also Fletcher. 
Fieeker, James, petition, 18. 295, 301. 
Fieeman, Henry, in militia, 22. 160. 
Fleeman, Henry, takes oath, 22. 176. 
Fleetwood, Bishop, sermon of. 1. 858. 
Fleetwood, Mr., brings in supplies. 18. 
208-209. 
buys steers, 22. 612-13. 
Fleetwood, Francis, army rank, 18. 

1058. 
Fleetwood, Henry, petitions for Wind- 
sor as C. H., 804-806. 
Fleetwood, James, petitions for Wind- 
sor as C. H., 804-806. 
Fleetwood, Jery, petitions for Wind- 
sor as C. H., 8. 804-805. 
Fleetwood, John, bill to remove court 
from place of, 17. 326; to remove 
public buildings to place of. 20. 
27, 39. 
petition, 18. 144, 212, 258, 259. 342. 
344. 
Fleetwood, John, petitions for Wind- 
sor as C. H.. 8. 804-805. 
Fleetwood, Wm., land grant to, 4. 627, 

631. 
Fleetwood, Wm., quit rents of. 22. 241. 
F I em In, George, patroler, 10. 63. 
Fleming. See Flemming. 

Fleming, , loyalist. 10. 454. 

Fleming, Col., urges raising of troops. 

14. 626. 
Fleming, Allison, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Fleming James, grand juror, 2. 98. 
law suit, 2. 99. 

tried for abusing Rountree, 2. 400, 
405, 412, 438. 
Fleming, James, takes oath, 22. 171. 



Fleming, J no., army rank, 18. 1059. 
Fleming, John, in N. C. battalion, 18. 

343. 
Fleming John, on S. C. of Pitt, 18. 

38, 62, 99. 
Fleming, Jos., army rank, Ifl. 1196. 
Fiemins' Creek, mentioned, 1. 448. 
Flemmin, John, regulator, 7. 737. 
Flemming. See Fleming. 
Flemming, Elizabeth, slave of castrat- 
ed, 22. 850. 
Flemming, Jas., army rank, 18. 1059. 
Flemming, James, memorial, 28. 29, 
35; considered, 17. 303, 309, 315, 
320, 325-326. 
to Caswell on maritime Judge, 28. 
771. 
Flemming, John, patroler, 18. 63. 
Flemming, Joseph, army pay, 17. 210. 
Flemming, Joseph, in army, 16. 735. 
Flemming, Thomas, army pay, 17. 210. 
Flemming, Thos., in Indian war, 18. 

754. 
Flemming, Wm., army rank, 18. 1059. 
Flen, Thos., receives pay for soldiers, 

17. 219. 
Flenigen, Ensign, wounded, 18. 973. 
Flenigen, D., wounded, 18. 973. 
Fienner, John, petition on C. H., 8. 

806-809. 
Flenniken, John, and Mecklenburg 

Declaration, 8. 1263-1265. 
Flere, Thomas, voter, 16. 237. 
Fletcher, Mr., 14. 700. 
Fletcher, Capt., 1. 414. 
Fletcher, Col., 2. 190. 
Fletcher, Abner, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fletcher, Elizabeth, son exempted, 8. 

1267. 
Fletcher, Geo., 14. 406, 461. 
Board of War to on collection of 
grain tax. 14. 389-390; on provis- 
ions. 14. 412. 445-446, 465; on salt, 
14. 392. 
collects cattle for troops, 14. 391. 
commissary, 14. 662. 
on regulation of Cross Creek, 16. 

209-211. 
owes state, 21. 1071. 
quoted on Mallett and salt, 14. 411. 
reports on provisions, 16. 414. 
to collect forage, &c., 16. 781. 
to receive stores from Mallett and 

provide for troops, &c., 14. 392. 
town coms'r, 24. 180. 
tries to recover wagon, 16. 559. 
Fletcher, Qeorge, executor of, 1. 607. 



FLETCHER, GEORGE 



29 



FLORIDA, FRANCIS 



inventory, 1. 610. 
records mark, 1. 495. 
Fletcher, George, signs Cumberland 

Co. Ass'n, 10. 29-30. 
Fletcher, Jamee, army pay, 17. 211. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 4, 6, 26, 27, 30, 

32, 35. 
petition, 16. 66, 187-188, 206, 403, 
431; 20. 169-170, 347; 21. 207, 213, 
272, 283, 434, 576, 630. 
Fletcher, John, army pay, 17. 211. 
army rank, 18. 497; 16. 1197. 
in army, 16. 734. 
Fletcher, Margaret, records marks, 1. 

495. 
Fletcher, Nathan, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fletcher, Ralph, a J. P., 1. 574. 
a jusUce, 1. 443, 478-484, 485, 486, 
487, 488, 490, 493, 494, 520, 522, 
524, 525, 531-535, 548-551, 561-566, 
573-582, 604-613. 
at Court, 1. 389. 
buys, 1. 396. 

gives and receives, 1. 606. 
gives power of attorney, 1 . 606. 
juror, 1. 388, 428, 433, 434. 
law suit, 2. 150. 
petition, 1. 305-306. 
records marks, 1. 495. 
sells, 1. 606, 607. 
Fletcher, Ralph, quit rents of, 22. 252. 
Fletcher, Ralph, Jun., gives and re- 
ceives, 1. 606. 
juror, 1. 605. 
law suit, 1. 481-482. 
proves power of attorney, 1. 606. 
witness, 1. 612, 627. 
Fletcher, Reuben, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fletcher, Reuben, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Fletcher, Richard, allowance to discon- 
tinued, 17. 650, 652, 732. 
Fletcher, Richard, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 
Fletcher, Robert, army pay, 17. 210. 
Fletcher, Sarah, record marks, 1. 495. 
Fletcher, Thoe., army rank, 16. 1058. 

in army, 16. 722. 
Fletcher, Thos., in militia, 22. 280. 
Fletcher, Thos., pensioner, 22. 65. 
Fletcher, Wm., army pay, 17. 211. 
army rank, 16. 1058. 
in army, 16. 722. 
Fletcher, Wm., exempted, 6. 1267. 
Fleury. See Plury. 
Fleury, Lieut. Col., and battle of Stoney 

Point, 14. 328. 
Fiewellen, Wm., allowance to, 12. 610; 



18. 862, 864, 910, 956. 
Flibes, Jnc, in militia. 22. 392. 
Flibes, Thos., in militia. 22. 392. 
Flibes, Thos., in militia, 22. 393. 
Flin. See Plinn, Flyn, Flynn. 
Flin, Collum, juror, 26. 190. 
Fiind, John, army pay, 17. 210. 
Fling, Dan., in militia, 22. 275. 
Fling, Daniel, in militia, 22. 341. 
Fling, Thos., army rank, 16. 1059. 
Flinikin, Capt., 24. 948. 
Flinn. See Flin, Flyn, Flynn. 
Fiinn, David, army rank, 16. 721; 16. 

1057. 
Flinn, Jno., army rank, 16. 1059. 
Flinn, John, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Flinn, Thomas, petition considered, 

17. 340. 
Flinn, Wm., army rank, 16. 1058. 
Flint, David, claim, 6. 487. 
Flint, Royal, buys tobacco, 21.262-263, 

422, 556. 557, 559, 564, 568, 692, 

724. 725. 
Thomas on tobacco contracts of, 22. 

809. 
to Johnston on tobacco, 21. 556- 

557. 
Flint River, and U. S. boundary, 16. 

750; 17. 6. 
fort needed on, 6. 466, 467. 
harbor of, 8. 9. 
Fiippin, Armistead, affidavit, 14. 311. 
Flippin, Francis, affidavit, 14. 311. 
Flloyd, Rev. Thomas, location, 7. 457. 
Floiyd, John, army pay, 17. 210. 
Flood, Alex., army rank, 18. 522; 16. 

1055. 
Flood, Benjn., army rank, 16. 1059. 
Flood, David, act for land to, 24. 629- 

630. 
Flood, Enoch, army rank, 16. 1060. 
Flood, Frederick, army rank. 16. 1060. 
Flood, George, army pay, 17. 211. 
Flood, James, juror, 4. 523. 
Flood, Jesse, army pay, 17. 212. 
Flood, Math., land grant asked for, 4. 

454. 
Flood, Peter, army pay, 17. 211. 
Flood, Saml., army rank, 16. 1060. 
Flood, Wm., army rank, 18. 525; 16. 

1058. 
Flora, Lazarus, army pay, 17. 210. 
army rank, 16. 722; 16. 1058. 
Flora, Richard, army rank, 16. 722; 

16. 1058. 
Florence, George, army pay, 17. 212. 
Florida, Francis, army rank, 16. 1060. 



FLORIDA 



30 



FLOYD 



Florida, 1. xii, 95, 97; 2. 177, 764; 8. 

32; 4. x; 6. 618, 785, 806, 974. 

967; 8. 588, 671; 11. 80; 18. 981; 

22. 191, 196, 197. 
abstract of Coxe's title. to, 1. 519. 
and Indian trade, 7. 270. 
boundary of C, 1. 21, 44, 102. 
Brief description of C, on coast of, 

1. 155-157. 
cession of, 8. 778. 
coast of mentioned, 1 . 36, 37. 
effects of bad reports on settlement, 

1. 39. 
evacuated by French and Spanish, 

7. 214. 
expeditions into, 18. 205. 
fertility and health of, 8. 12. 
help needed by, 7. 112. 
Indians of to be won over to Eng- 
lish, 8. 1090. 
invaded by Gen. Moore, 11. xi. 
may be admitted to Cont. Ass'n, 10. 

178. 
name first given to C, 2. 763; to 

Va., 1. 119. 
N. C. loyalists organized in, 11. 

xvlii. 
occupied by Spanish, 8. 10. 
reduction of, 18. 734m. 
scouts of in Briar Creek battle, 14. 

40. 
settlers for, 7. 248. 
should be reduced, 18. 321. 
Stuart settles Indian aftairs in, 7. 

164. 
takes land from C, 7. 157. 
the Caswell to be in attack on, 18. 

309-310. 
threatens Ga., 11. xii. 
to be attacked, 22. 943. 
troops of in American service, 14. 

21; in Briar Creek battle, 14. 271. 
used as name for C, 1. 118. 
See also East Florida and West 

Florida. 
Florida Cape, 1. 57, 154; 4. 6; 6. 477, 

572; 8. 33, 320. 
Florida Gulf, 2. 232; 8. 9, 11; 8 179. 
Plate fleet obstructed in. 8. 7. 
should be light house in, 8. 50. 
Florida Rangers, (Br.), 18. 911. 

location, 16. 261. 
Florldas, The, 10. 402, 724; 17. 466. 
case of considered, 16. 247. 
coveted by Spain, 14. 206. 
Flough, David, in militia, 22. 396. 
Flounder, Robt., army rank, 18. 1055. 



Flour, act to forbid exportation, 

255-6, 326-7; to inspect, 28. 485, 
; 639-49, 790-801; 24. 580-6, 658-61; 

! 26. 378-87. 

i and biscuit sent to N. C. from N. Y., 

2. 278-279. 
j bill for inspection of, 8. 1100. 1103, 
1104. 1108, 1117, 1124, 1154b, 1165, 
1168, 1171, 1176, 1177-1178, 1191, 
1195-1196; to continue inspection 
act, 8. 844, 847, 863, 866, 879-880, 
883-884, 901-902, 905, 906, 911, 934, 
936, 950-951, 954; to regulate in- 
spection, 6. 1020, 1025, 1026, 1027, 
1028, 1029, 1030, 1036, 1045, 1050, 
1052, 1067, 1068, 1072. 1074, 1075. 
1076, 1077. 1078, 1097. 
embargo on wanted, 18. 86, 93. 
exportation forbidden, 7. 226-227; 

proposed, 18. 332. 
exported to East Indies, 6. xlii. 
from N. E. used in Albemarle, 2. xii. 
inspection needed, 8. 449, 473, 477, 
mills for on Cape Fear, 8. 1030. 
to be sold by weight, 28. 918. 
Flow, Gen., 18. 647. 
Flowel, John, regulator, 8. 80. 
Flower, Ignatius, caveat against, 8. 

1066. 
Flower Gap, 20. 758. 
Flowers, David, dissents against J. P.'s, 
18. 152. 
in Assem., 18. 489, 504, 505, 508, 
509. 519, 613, 614, 622, 643, 667, 
671, 674, 688, 692, 714, 797, 808, 
816, 821, 824, 827, 835. 
quoted, 22. 769; on Kennon's ac- 
counts, 18. 257. 
tax receiver, 20. 594. 
tijcable, 16. 191. 
voter, 16. 237. 
Flowers, Davis, in Assembly, 17. 336, 
355, 359. 365. 368, 387. 391. 394. 
395. 425. 
Flowers, George, resigns as J. P., 18. 

258. 261. 
Flowers, John, at court. 1. 389. 
juror, 1. 592. 594. 
sells, 1. 399, 488. 
Flowers, John, Jr., buys. 1. 652. 

law suit, 1. 655. 
Flowers, Simon, land grant to. 4. 703. 
Flowers, Susan, sells. 1. 399. 
Flowers, Susana, sells land. 1. 488. 
Flowers, Wm., juror. 8. 693. 
Flowers, Wm., army rank, 18. 1060. 
Floyd. See FUoyd, Flolyd. 



FLOYD, COL. 



31 



FOLSOM, EBENEZER 



Floyd, Col., organizes Tories, 16. 268. 

Floyd, Buckner, army rank, 16. 1059. 
in Davidson's Co., 14. 294. 

Floyd, Charles, in militia, 22. 165. 

Floyd, Charles, orders to, 16. 526. 

Floyd, Qriffeth, land grant to, 4. 675. 

Floyd, Qrifnn, land grant to, 4. 615. 

Floyd, Grifnn, patroler, 10. 63. 

Royd, John, army pay, 17. 211. 

Floyd, John, army pay, 17. 263. 

Floyd, Jno., army rank, 16. 1059. 

Floyd, John, in Davidson's Co., 14. 
294. 

Floyd, John, in Legislature of Transyl- 
vania, 6. 1267, 1273. 
surveyor of Transylvania, 10. 382. 

Floyd, John, patroler, 10. 451. 

Floyd, Lawrence, army pay, 17. 211. 

Floyd, Matthew, a J. P., O. 799. 

Floyd, Matt, petitions on land grants, 
6. 1260-1263; 11. 250-253. 

Floyd, Matthew, allowance to, 22. 
821. 

Floyd, Matthew, fined, 6. 651. 

Floyd, Wm., in militia, 22. 165. 

Floyd, Willis, army pay, 17. 211. 

Fludger, Sir Samuel, debt due to, 6. 
937. 939. 940, 952, 954. 

Fludgers, Thos., debt to, 6. 939, 954. 

Fluqulnon, Daniel, in militia, 22. 371. 

Flury, See Fleury. 

Flury, Wm., army rank, 16. 1056. 

Flutcher, Richard, pensioned, 10. 978. 

Fluvanna River, road across, 4. xxi. 

Fly, Chas., army rank, 16. 1060. 

Flying Camp, 14. 781. 

Flying Camp Phyfer, 14. 659. 

Flying Fish, schooner. 14. 449. 

Flyn. See Flin, Plinn, Flynn. 

Flyn, Collom, attorney, 1. 520. 
proves letter of attorney, 1 . 480, 486. 
receives power of attorney, 1. 484. 
sells land, 1. 480, 486. 

Flyn, Coium, a J. P., 4. 224. 

Flynn, John, receives clothing, 16. 619. 

Foard. See Ford, Fourd. 

Foard, Capt, shoes to, 14. 439. 

Foard, Rltchard, asks for new county, 
6. 89-90. 

Focker, , exempted, 7. 368. 

Foe, , 16. 640. 

Fogarthy, James, army pay, 17. 210. 

Fogarty, Cornelius, takes oath, 22. 
171. 

Fogatie, Edward, administration on es- 
tate of, 6. 1082. 

Foggerson. See Ferguson, etc. 



Foggerson, Frs., in militia, 17. 1042. 
Fogieman family, 6. 734. 
Foil. See Foyle. 

Foil, James, coms'r and treas. of John- 
ston, 28. 170. 
Foil, Roslna, 6. 748. 
Foil (Phyles) family, 6. 744, 747. 
Foiles, James, road coms'r, 28. 221. 
Foisett, Robt., army rank, 16. 1055. 
Foley, John, army pay, 17. 210. 

army rank, 16. 1060. 
Foley, John, petition, 16. 577. 
Foley, Thomas, army pay, 17. 210. 
Foley, Thomas, at Board of Trade 

meeting, 2. 50-51. 
Folger, Mr., 11. 720. 
Folger, John, 18. 6. 7, 8, 9, 10, 19, 20. 
Brice to Caswell on, 18. 27-28. 
Caswell to Laurens on aftairs of, 
18. 22-24, 30. 
Folgier, Mr., 11. 456, 457. 
Folgler, Timothy, 11. 440, 441. 
Folk, James, Juror, 4. 524. 
Folk, John, goes express, 22. 861. 
Folk, Right, militiaman, 7. 263. 
Folk, Thomas, militiaman, 7. 263. 
Folk, Wm., Juror, 4. 525. 
Foike, Wm., land of lapses, 2. 354. 
Folkenburry, Henry, land grant to, 4. 

1038. 
Folks, J as., army rank, 16. 1060. 
Folks, Jas., army rank, 16. 1060. 
Folks, James, Juror, 4. 517. 
Folley, Dennis, land grant to, 4. 630. 
Foil lor, Richard, witness, 6. 437. 
Folliver,' James, in army, 16t 735. 
Folsom (Folesome, Fulsome, Fulshom). 
Ebenezer, 10. 603, 632, 633. 664, 
699, 704, 877; 18. 208, 213; 22. 
618. 
appears before Prov. Cong, to an- 
swer for conduct, 10. 952, 956- 
957. 
brings in Tory horses, 11. 348. 
Bullock to on payments to troops, 

10. 757. 
colonel, 10. 668. 
com. to settle accounts of to report, 

18. 562-563, 564, 665. 
complaints against, 10. 704. 
C. of S. to on ammunition, &c., 11. 

342-343. 
in Assembly, 12. 622, 625, 633, 764, 
776, 797; 18. 532, 541, 562; 17. 
700; on com. of Assem., 17. 837, 
932, 
in Guilford Co., 11. 336. 



FONE, 



32 



FOOKS, JOHN 



lieut. col., 10. 531. 

militia of disbanded. 10. 927. 

petitions for repeal of tax on free 

negroes, 6. 982-983. 
reports on Tory outrages, 22. 1044- 

1046. 
reward to. 10. 567. 
to appear before Prov. Cong, to an- 
swer charges. 10. 930-931. 
to command troops sent to Cross 

Creek. 10. 567. 
to Council of Safety on salt and lo- 
cation of troops, 10. 839-840. 
to deliver guns. 10. 627; salt. 10. 

643, 686. 690, 828, 703. 705. 
to look out for salt, 10. 629. 
to pay for salt. 10. 999; 12. 373; 

at Cross Creek, 12. 202. 
to procure arms, 10. 524. 
to Prov. Council on salt, Indians, 

&c., 10. 732-733. 
to read Declaration, 10. 694-695. 
to receive lead, 11. 303-304. 
to recapture prisoners, 10. 631. 
to search for Cumberland records, 

10. 628. 
to seize salt, 10. 700. 
to sell arms of Tories, 12. 775-776, 

784. 835. 
to take security of Campbell, 10. 
625. 

Fone, , Imported, 1. 479. 

Fontain, Jese, army rank, 16. 1059. 
Fontain, Rev. Peter, preaches and bap- 
tizes children on boundary survey, 
2. 751, 753, 754, 755, 756, 776, 777, 
780, 783, 784, 785, 787, 792, 796. 
work among N. C. gentiles and pay 
for same, 8. 23, 24. 
Fontaln'8 Creek, 2. 776, 777, 781, 784, 

809. 
Fontenac fort, reduced, 6. 1094. 
Fonton, Ambroae, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fonvelile. See Form veil, Fumveal. 
Fonvellle, John, church coms'r, 28. 
231, 365. 
church warden, 26. 35. 
tax receiver, 26. 285. 
Fonveiile, John, building coms'r, 24. 
522; 26. 359, 375, 401, 462. 
on S. C. of Craven. 9. 1144, 1237. 
Fonveiile, John, a J. P., 11. 710. 
Fonveiile, John, in militia, 22. 317. 
Fonveiile, Jnc, in militia, 22. 323. 
Fonveiile, John, 8r., 4. 630, 631. 
Fonveiile, Wm. B., in militia, 22. 323. 
Fonvell, John, a J. P., 2. 526. 



Fonviele, John, a J. P., 28. 993. 
Fonvielie, David, in militia, 22. 324. 
Fonvlelle, Frs., in militia, 22. 325. 
Fonvielie, Isaac, in army, 18. 519. 
Fonvielie, John, road comsr., 28. 222. 
Fonvielie, Wm. B., in militia, 22. 324. 
Fonville, Brice, juror, 6. 509. 
Fonviiie, David, land grant to, 4. 799. 
Fonville, Isaac, army rank, 16. 1058. 
Fonviiie, Isaac, land grant to, 4. 799. 
Fonville, Jeremiah, a J. P., 22. 918. 
Fonviiie (Fonvealle, Fontville, Fon- 
voille, Fonveal, Fonvielie), John, 
a J. P., 4. 47, 354; 6. 813. 
asks for resurvey, 4. 333; for sur- 
vey, 4. 62; to have patent altered, 
6. 332. 
bond as trustee to erect public of- 
fices, 6. 567-568. 
demands pay from Mabson, 4. 785, 
in Assembly, 6. 231, 242, 244, 263, 
270, 272, 282, 291, 295, 505, 507, 
510, 513, 521, 535, 537, 538, 543, 
547, 668, 669, 670, 672, 675, 677, 
680, 688, 701, 705, 708, 709, 710, 
712, 719, 724, 728, 843, 867, 878, 
882, 883, 885, 887, 889, 894, 896, 
906, 907, 908, 914, 915, 918, 921, 
923, 1021, 1030, 1060, 1078; 8. 95, 
98, 123, 127, 132, 145, 147, 644, 661, 
663, 672, 673, 674. 
land grant to, 4. 273, 332, 677, 704, 
712, 761, 767, 768, 892, 897, 953, 
970. 
land to be resurveyed, 4. 275. 
memorial on school, 7. 35-36. 
on com. of Assem., 6. 709, 1043. 
payment to, 6. 797; as commissioner 

on public buildings, 6. 965. 
petition from heirs of, 4. 799; on 

trade. 6. 321-324. 
produces accounts. 6. 969. 
recommends. 6. 230. 
record of land patent changed. 4. 

630. 631-632. 
rights proved. 4. 617. 
to pay for Indians, 6. 100, 108. 
Fonville, John, a J. P., 12. 99. 

comet, 14. 287. 
Fonviiie, John, Sr., juror, 6. 528. 
Foob, Robert, militiaman, 7. 263. 
Food, in N. C, 1. 713-714. 

scarcity of, 2. 287. 
Fookea, Thos., in militia, 22. 318. 
Fooks, James, army pay, 17. 211. 

army rank, 16. 1056. 
Fooks, John, 24. 931. 



FOOKS, JOHN 



33 



FORBES, WM. 



986. 

N. C. 



Fook8, John, army pay, 17. 212. 
army rank, 18. 513; 16. 1056. 
Fool, Matthew, allowance to, 22. 827. ; 
Fool Harry, 11. 199. | 

talk at Indian Congrress, 11. 185. | 
Fool (of) Quality, The, 22. 885. 
Foorma, Arthur, in army, 18. 521. 
Fooshee, John, penaioner, 22. 65. 
Foot, Eliaha, receives pay for soldiers, 

17. 213. 
Foote, George, Juror, 8. 72. 
Foote, Wm. H., reprint from sketches 

of, 8. 1193-1228. 
Foraging, complaints on, 14. 837-838. 
Forbay, prison ship, 17. 1044. 
Forbes. See For bis, Porbs, Forbus. 

Forbes, , taxable, 16. 191. 

Forbes, Mr., 6. xxx. 
Forbes, Mrs., 17. 168. 
Forbes, Capt., troops under, 16. 73. 
Forbes, Gen., 6. xvli, xxii, xxx,- 789, 
790, 999, 1001. 1003, 1004, 1005, 
1010; 8. xi, 90, 101, 282, 388, 449, 
473. 
act to support troops for, 28. 483; 

26. 361-4, 372. 
advances pay of soldiers, 6 
asked to advance pay to 

troops, 6. xxx, 933, 934. 
dead, 6. xxxi; 8. 384. 
emissions for aid of, 8. 214. 
expenses to, 6. 971. 
furnishes money to N. C. troops in 

Ohio campaign, 6. 1014, 1041. 
pay for troops under, 6. 1063. 
service of Paine to, 8. 284. 
to serve under Abercromby, 6. 934. 
Forbes, Arthur, in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 
5, 25. 28, 30, 32. 
on Pitt S. C. 10. 38, 61, 296, 296, 

451, 494, 499. 618, 670. 
patroler, 18. 64. 
petition on C. H., 14. 806-808. 
school trustee, 24. 867. 
tax coms'r, 26. 52. 
to secure powder, 1 8. 347. 
Forbes, Arthur, in militia, 10. 99. 
Forbes, Baley, in militia, 22. 346. 
Forbes, Charles, allowance to, 12. 434, 
436. 
building coms*r, 28. 969. 
in militia. 8. 696. 
on com. to collect aid for Boston, 

8. 1081. 
Introduced to Washington, 11. 699. 
signs oath as member of Council of 
State, 11. 363-364. 



town coms'r and treasurer, 28. 865. 
Forbes, Charles A., resolve in favor 

of, 12. 250. 
Forbes, Daniel Charles, a J. P., drop- 
ped. 8. 1229. 
Forbes, David, voter, 16. 237. 
Forbes, Elizabeth, allowance to, 18. 
911. 
petition, 18. 78. 79, 83, 98, 101; con- 
sidered, 18. 116, 117, 121, 126, 143, 
144. 
Forbes, Henry, It. col., 28. 272, 460. 
Forbes, Hugh, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Forbes, James, 12. 862. 
Forbes, Jas., in militia, 22. 346. 
Forbes, Jo., to Dobbs on French war, 

6. 926-927. 
Forbes, John, asks pardon for Hunter, 

8. 86-87. 
Forbes, John, deputy surveyor dead, 

4. 1036. 
Forbes, J no., in militia, 22. 346. 
Forbes, John, land grant to, 4. 353, 
588. 704, 764, 799. 
rights proved, 4. 705. 
Forbes, Col. John, rights proved, 4. 

705. 
Forbes, Joseph, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Forbes, Joshua, army pay, 17. 210. 

in army, 16. 727. 
Forbes, W., to Sumner on his sickness 

and resignation, 16. 658. 
Forbes (Forbus), Wm., a J. P., 4. 4, 46, 
218, 347, 447, 683. 
assistant baron of the exchequer, 

4. 43. 
candidate for Assembly, 4. 494. 
commissioner on Carteret's lands, 4. 
639, 799-800; to fix site of capitol, 
4. 898. 
disputes over precedence in council, 

4. 1001. 
expenses in surveying Granville line, 

4. 698-700, 807-11. 
fort coms'r. 28. 229. 
in Assembly, 4. 367, 370, 372, 375, 

388, 414. 
in Council, 8. 435, 472; 4. 22, 23, 
30, 575; 4. 587-603, 625-634, 639-651, 
674-700. 701-714. 714-719, 759-770, 
798-814. 834-838. 850-855. 884-898, 
898-917, 935, 945-949. 952-970, 971- 
984. 1000-1010, 1042-1045, 1065- 
1068. 1166, 1177. 
land grrant asked for, 4. 701; land 
grant to. 4. 56. 57, 946, 965, 1038, 
1047, 1241. 



2—8 



FORBES WM. 



34 



FORD, RICHARD 



on com. of Assembly, 4. 233, 381, 
389. 409. 

on com. of council, 4. 724, 777, 823, 
832, 900, 975, 989. 

on com. to examine and compare 
revisal, 4. 1007. 

old and sick, 4. 1246. 

road coms'r, 28. 220. 

recommended for council, 4. 9, 17. 

resigns as sheriff, 4. 347. 

rights proved, 4. 596, 1033. 

sheriff, 4. 347. 

vestryman, 28. 191. 
Forbes, Wm., army rank, 16. 1060. 
Forbes, Wm., coms'r on river, 22. 

278. 
Forbes, Wm., dead, 11. 116. 
Forbes, Wm., town coms'r, 26. 272. 
Forbis, Capt. Arthur, 22. 144, 148, 151, 

152. 
Forbis, Wm., asks pardon for Hunter, 

6. 86-87. 
Forbis, Wm., petitions for extension 

of power of J. P.'s, 7. 874-875. 
Forbs, E., Baptist minister, 6. 1180. 
Forbus. See Furbus. 
Forbus, Baily, Juror, 26. 187. 
Forbus, Bayiy, quit rents of, 22. 248. 
Forbus, Ed., in militia, 22. 349. 
Forbus, Isaac, in militia, 22. 349. 
Forbus, Jacob, in militia, 22. 349. 
Forbus, John, quit rents of, 22. 248. 
Morbus, Joshua, army rank, 16. 1057. 
Forbus, Moses, in militia, 22. 349. 
Forbus, Thos., juror, 26. 187. 
Forbush. See Furbush. 
Forbush, Francis, quit rents of, 22. 

248. 
Forbush, James, 18. 444. 
Forbush, Robt., army rank, 16. 1060. 
Force, Peter, collections of mentioned, 

1. V. 
Forces, act for, 28. 476, 503. 

See also Troops. 
Forcible Entry, Eng. acts on in force 

in N. C, 28. 320, 323. 
Ford. See Foard, Fourd. 

Ford, , claims, 6. 307. 

Ford, , killed, 16. 969. 991. 

Ford, Mr., com to, 14. 430. 

Ford, Mr., presents petition, 8. 539. 

Ford, Col., 14. 651. 

needs clothing, 14. 682. 

on council of war, 14. 719. 

order to, 14. 431. 
Ford, Ensign, a prisoner, 14. 818. 

on court of inquiry, 16. 617. 



Ford, Lieut., in N. C. battalion,, 18. 
343. 
rank, 16. 664. 
Ford, Lt. Col., field officer, 12. 516, 

542. 
Ford, Rev. Mr., chaplain to Prov. 
Cong., 10. 505. 
judge advocate, 11. 752. 
Ford, Abm., army rank, 16. 723; 16. 

1058. 
Ford, Abram, asks for new county, 6. 

89-90. 
Ford, Absalom, asks relief from church 

tax, 6. 95-96. 
Ford, BenJ., in militia, 22. 370. 
Ford, BenJ., opinion quoted, 14. 604. 
Ford, Ellas, army rank, 16. 1057. 
Ford, Ellas, Juror, 4. 523. 
Ford, Ellas, to take testimony in Irwin 

case. 10. 974. 
Ford, Henry, asks for new county, 6. 

89-90. 
Ford, Hezk., army rank, 16. 1056. 
Ford, James, resigns as J. P., 21. 261, 

605, 633. 
Ford, John, a J. P., 4. 346. 
Ford, John, a J. P., 28. 994. 
and affairs of N. C. Line, 16. 57-58 

59, 61-62, 375. 
army pay, 16. 212. 
army rank, 16. 1059; 16. 450. 
Cont. lieut., 22. 1049. 
presides as Justice, 6. 49. 
proposed for vestry, 6. 155. 
provisions at, 16. 473. 
rank, 16. 73, 577, 609. 
refuses to sign for stores, 16. 632, 
633. 
Ford, John, and Mecklenburg Declara- 
tion, 6. 1263-1265. 
Ford, Jno., army rank, 16. 1059. 
Ford, John, in militia, 22. 395. 
Ford, John, juror, 22. 502, 503, 505, 

507, 508, 510. 
Ford, John, officer, 16. 486. 
Ford, Joseph, officer in Cherokee ex- 
pedition, 2. 258. 
Ford, Joseph, reward paid to, 8. 1139, 

1209, 1212. 1214. 
Ford, Joseph, road coms'r, 28. 908-9. 

to attend Prov. Cong., 10. 929. 
Ford, Lewis, army rank, 16. 1059. 
Ford, Marcus, to Dry on seizure of 

vessels, 7. 177-178. 
Ford, Peter, makes wrong entry, 22. 

951. 
Ford, Richard, exempted, 7. 625. 



FORD, SIMEON 



36 



FOREMAN, WM. 



Ford, Simeon, in militia, 22. 163. 
Ford, Stephen, road coms'r, 28. 221. 
Ford, Wm., army rank, 16. 1058. 
Ford, Wm., asks for resurvey, 4. 347. 
Ford, Wm., in militia. 22. 163. 
Ford, Wm., in militia, 22. 371. 
Ford, Wm., pensioner, 22. 65. 
Ford, Wm., takes oath. 22. 178. 
Fordham, Abram, buys at Martin sale, 

22. 881. 
Fordham, Ben J., certificates of to be 
paid, 18. 41, 271, 276. 
claims allowed, 8. 147; 8. 223, 224, 

225, 371, 589, 590, 953. 
deposition on agreement to break 

up Assembly, 4. 1192, 1230. 
doorkeeper of Assembly, 4. 735, 984. 
ex-messenger, 4. 1331. 
fails to arrest Harris, 8. 372, 471. 
mace bearer to Assem., 6. 109; 8. 

450, 1196. 
payment to for Dupee, 6. 1100, 1166, 

1167. 
rights proved, 4. 705. 
sergeant at arms, 4. 856. 
superseded as doorkeeper, 6. 1002. 
takes Johnston prisoner, 7. 627. 
Ford ice, Capt., killed at Great Bridge, 

10. 394. 
Fordice, Benjamin, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fording Place, The, 4. 280. 
Fore, Daniel, acquitted by S. Com., 

10. 499. 
Forehand, Cor., Juror, 28. 187. 
Forehand, Cornelius, in militia, 22. 

348. 
Forehand, Cornelius, in militia, 22. 

352. 
Forehand, David, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Forehand, Jarvis, army rank, 18. 1060. 
Forehand, Joslah, in militia, 22. 348. 
Forehand, Lemuel, bill for road to, 18. 

417. 744, 748. 791. 
Forehand, Levi, army pay. 17. 211. 
Forehand, Sampson, army pay, 17. 

211. 
Forehand, Thos., in militia, 22. 352. 
Foreign built ships, not to trade to 

America, 1. 497. 
Foreign debt, 18. 527, 530. 531, 592- 
593. 
acts of Va. and S. C. against collec- 
tion of, 2. 835-838. 
bill to pay interest of. 20. 539. 
payment of. 18. 734; 17. 20-21; 18. 
578, 606-607, 657, 703-707, 748. 779- 
782. 



protest of merchants against Va. 

law on. 2. 279-280. 
report on, 17. 52-63, 6t>-66. 
tobacco to be devoted to, 24. 892-3. 
See also Debt. 
Foreign Nations, duties of U. S. to on 

commerce, 18. 559-560. 
Foreign Office, duties of, 17. 597. 
Foreign parts, act concerning attor- 
neys from, 2. 886-887. 
Foreign Plantations, Board of Trade 

and, established, 1. 222-224. 
Foreign ships, exceptions in favor of, 
1. 498. 
to be registered for colonial trade, 
1. 503-504. 
Foreign trade, act to encourage, 28. 
89-90. 
promoted in proprietary colonies, 1. 

541. 
summarized, 6. xlii-xliii. 
Foreign troops, not to be introduced, 

22. 23, 50. 
Foreigners, act to bring into State, 28. 
94-6. 
bill to define under what conditions 
they may hold lands, 18. 115-116, 
341; to encourage settlement of, 
18. 601, 609; to exclude them from 
holding office. 17. 315, 321, 329, 
345. 348. 383, 395, 400-401, 414, 415; 
20. 27, 38. 
few in province, 8. 601; 28. ill. 
in U. S. service, 18. 853. 
not to trade with Indians, 1. 187. 
provisions for, 10. 1012. 
. to be shut out of A., 1. 442. 
Forejudgment, Eng. act on in force in 

N. C, 28. 319. 
Foreman, Gen., in battle of German- 
town, 11. 643. 
Foreman, Alex., road coms'r, 28. 222. 
Foreman, Anthony, 21. 543. 
testimony on N. C. cession and Cher- 
okee war, 22. 1007. 
Foreman, BenJ., 4. 68. 
Foreman, Ben, Juror, 28. 189. 
Foreman, BenJ., land lapses. 2. 524. 
Foreman, BenJ., land grant to, 4. 968. 

rights proved, 4. 615. 
Foreman, BenJ., money from. 21. 1064. 
Foreman, Caleb, army rank, 18. 1057. 
in Conv. 1788. 22. 2, 6. 25. 28. 29. 
lieut.. 10. 944. 
money from. 21. 1064. 
Foreman, Wm., Juror. 4. 523. 
land grant asked, 4. 618, 707. 



FOREST 



36 



FORREST, ISAAC 



Forest. See Forrest. 

Forest, M. de la., 21. 466. 

Forest, Sieur de la., consul in U. S., 

16. 491, 492, 537. 
Forestalling, act to prevent. 24. 318- 
20, 354. 
bill to prevent. 18. 852, 885, 943, 955, 
972, 973, 975-976, 979, 989-990. 
Forestler, Charles von, visits N. C. 6. 

1158. 
Forests, fires in, 6. 354. 

method of cleaning, 6. 363. 
Forfeited estates, commissioners of, 

14. 303. 
Forfeiture of charter, act for, 1. 552- 
564. 
considered, 1. 537. 538, 539-540, 542, 
548. 633. 641, 642-643, 644, 673. 
Forfeitures, act on, 28. 157. 
Eng. acts on in force in N. C, 28. 

320, 324. 
instructions on, 8. 1105, 1135. 
not to be disposed of, 8. 100-101. 
Forgal, Richard, Juror, 4. 518. 
Forge, Isham, army pay, 17. 210. 
Forgery, act against, 24. 33-34, 113, 
169. 277-8, 578-9; 26. 317, 333, 347, 
352, 363, 372, 385. 
Eng. act on in force in N. C, 28. 

323. 
indictment for, 2. 401. 
penalty, 28. 647, 798. 
Fork, Ellas, land grant to, 4. 766. 
Fork Bridge, 22. 344. 
Fork Creek, 22. 224. 
Fork Neck, 4. 685. 

Fork of James River, arsenal on pro- 
posed, 17. 104. 
Fork of Neuse, 2. 22. 
Fork Point, 28. 531. 
Forkner, Amanwall, petitions for re- 
peal of tax on free negroes, 6. 
982-983. 
Forkner, Wm., petitions for repeal of 

tax on free negroes, 6. 982-983. 
Forks Creek, report of troops at, 16. 

73. 
Forks of Little River church, 6. 1186. 
Forks of Yadkin, address to people 
of from Rowan S. C, ID. 134. 
com. to answer people on and re- 
port on same, 10. 434-435. 
conference with people of. 10. 282. 
people of to elect officers, 10. 312. 
Fofksee, Jno., Juror 26. 187. 
Robt,, Juror, 26. 187. 
Wm*, Jr., Juror, 26. 188. 



Forksey, Philip, Jr., quit rents of. 

248. 
Forksey, Robt., quit rents of. 22. 248. 
Formadas, Francisco, Sp. prisoner. 22. 

272. 
Forman, Caleb, Heut. of militia, 14. 

135. 
Forman, Ezeklel, asks for new county, 

9. 91. 
Forman, Hezeklah, asks for new coun- 
ty. 9. 92. 
Forman, Samuel, petition in behalf of 
for return from duty, 6. 858, 860. 
Formedon, form of, Eng. act on in 

force in N. C. 28. 318. 
Forms, Jno., army rank, 16. 1059. 
Form veil. See Fonveille, Pomville, 

etc. 
Formvell, John, Jr., a J. P., 8. 244. 
Fornegan's Bridge, 2. 805. 
Fornes, John, army pay, 17. 210. 
Femes, Jonathan, army pay, 17. 210. 
Fornes, Wm., army pay, 17. 210. 

army rank, 16. 1058. 
Forney, , prominent in Revolu- 
tion, 6. 730. 
Forney, Abraham, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Forney, H. A., 6. 752. 
Forney, Jacob, captain, 6. 1025. 
county coms'r, 28. 770, 803. 
on Tryon S. C, 10. 120, 162, 423. 
signs Tryon Asso.. 10. 162. 
Forney, Jacob, in militia. 22. 281. 
Forney, Peter, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Forney family, pioneers. 9. 751. 
Fornication and adultery, act on, 28. 
5, 174. 
punishment for. 1. 626. 
trial for, 1. 622. 
Fornvllle. See Fonveille, Formveil. 
Fornvllle, John, a J. P., 8. 537. 
Forohack. See Frohock. 
Forohack, John, in militid, 22. 366. 
Forqueharson, Cosmus, in militia, 22. 

385. 
Forree. See Forrey, Forry. 
Forree (Forrey, Ferree), John, admin- 
istrator, 2. 80. 
juryman. 2. 83, 89, 93, 95, 96, 102; 

26. 187. 
proves account, 2. 103. 
Forrest. See Forest. 
Forrest, — — , 10. 329. 
Forrest (Forest), M. de, 16. 764. 
Forrest, Col., 14. 705. 
Forrest, George, army pay, 17. 211. 
Forrest, Isaac, in Indian war. 10. 759. 



FORREST, STEPHEN 



37 



FORSTER, ROBERT 



Forrest, Stephen, Indian interpreter, 
41. 179. 184, 193. 

Forrest, Wm., Juror, 7. 842. 

Forrest, Wm., in army, 16. 740. 

Forrest, Wm., pensioner, 22. 65. 

Forrester, James, pensioner. 22. 66. 

Forrester, Thomas, army pay, 17. 211. 
army rank. 16. 1057. 

Forrey. See Forree, Porey. 

Forrey, Elizabeth, quit rents of, 22. 
248. 

Forrister, Capt., 10. 892. 

Forry. See Forree, Forrey. 

Forry, Maj., field officer, 12. 534. 

Forson (Foster?), Mr., land boundary, 
1. 271. 

Forson, Mr., land of. 1. 59. 

Forster. See Foster. 

Forster, , imports teas, 6. 1089. 

Forster (Forstor), Capt., 16. 663; 11. 
304, 781. 
buys lottery ticket, 11. 741, 742. 
claims of not paid by treasurer, 1 1 . 

372, 373. 
ship of captured, 18. 96. 
to supply the King Tammany with 
stores, 10. 875. 

Forster, Lieut. Col., introduced to Cas- 
well, 11. 662. 

Forster, Alexius Mason, in Assembly, 
18. 532, 533, 542, 553. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 1, 4, 7, 25, 27, 30, 

31, 35. 
on com. of Assem., 18. 534, 627. 
See also Foster, A. M. 

Forster, Ch., clerk of council, 8. 299, 
300. 

Forster, Francis, clerk S. C, 22. 295, 
297. 

Forster, Francis, deposition on mem- 
bers of Assembly from northern 
counties. 4. 1169-1170, 1233. 
in Assembly. 4. 1169. 
in council, 8. 123; 4. 1169. 

Forster (Foster), Francis, petition for 
land, 2. 226. 

Forster, Hannah, imported, 1. 580. 

Forster, Henry, a J. P., 6. 799. 

Forster, Hugh, petition on C. H.. 6. 
806-808. 

Forster, James, buys land, 1. 577. 

Forster, James, dead. 16. 759. 

Forster, James, petition, 21. 163. 

Forster, John, bill for relief of execu- 
tors, 21. 69, 80. 118, 122, 130. 

Forster, John, advances money for the 
General Washington, 11. 533. 



commands the General Washing- 
ton, 10. 877. 
Forster (Foster), John, contributes to 
S. C, 10. 437. 

death, 11. 528, 532. 

estate taxed, 16. 190. 

on S. C. of Wilmington, 10. 69, 72, 
93, 112, 124. 141, 151, 157. 168, 
159, 160, 161. 220. 263. 279, 283, 
298, 299. 304. 328, 331, 334, 335, 
348, 363, 388, 389, 393. 405, 410, 

411, 412, 419. 420. 421, 425. 426, 
431. 

orders men enlisted for the Wash- 
ington, 11. 640. 

payments to for public, 10. 647. 

to arm vessels, 10. 352. 

to Caswell on defence of Cape Fear 
River, 11, 401. 

to Caswell on need of aid to the 
General Washington, 11. 491-492. 

to protect channel of Cape Fear 
River, 10. 336. 

to receive powder material, 16. 394, 

412. ;, 
' to ship goods to get arms and am- 
munition, 16. 288. 292, 353. 

Forster, John, settler, 1. 76. 
Forster, John, settler, 1. 76. 
Forster, Richard, leader in Culpeper 
rebellion, 1. 256. See also Foster. 
Forster, Robert, affidavit against Bur- 
rington, 8. 122-123. 

assistant receiver of quit rents, 4. 
46. 

clerk of court of exchequer, 4. 44. 

clerk of council, 8. 260, 264, 266, 273, 
274, 284, 294, 302, 308, 310, 312, 
313, 413, 414, 416, 420, 421, 424, 
539, 542, 548, 545, 546, 557, 658, 
561, 573, 577, 578. 579, 580, 681, 
582, 583, 593, 594. 602, 641; 4. 31, 
35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 43, 46, 48, 85, 
86. 87. 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 107, 
114, 122, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 
129, 131, 133. 144. 146. 162, 163. 

deputy secretary of State, 8. 166, 
175, 216-257, 467, 468, 469, 470, 471, 
491. 492, 493, 494; 4. 317, 1181, 
1182, 1206. 

enters land, 4. 1125. 

holds blank patents as deputy sec- 
retary. 4. 1104. 1118. 

land grants to, 4. 704. 

length of service as secretary, 8. 
200. 

summoned before Assembly. 8. 691. 



F0R8TER, ROBERT 



38 



FORT GRANVILLE 



■urety, 9. 698. 

to Durrlngton on value of secre- 
tary'! office, 9. 199-200. 
to examine public accounts, 4. 395, 
418, 414. 
Forster, Robert, asks for resurvey, 4. 
332. 
claims, 4. 149, 530. 
land grant asked for, 4. 441. 
land grant to, 4. 56, 65, 348, 447, 

592, 628. 
witness, 4. 503. 
Forster, Robert, dismissed by court, 
2. 511. 
lapse patent to, 2. 674, 767. 
register of admiralty court, 2. 520- 

521, 765. 
witness, 2. 832. 
Forster, Thos., pensioner, 22. 65. 
Forster, Wm^ petition on C. H., 9. 806- 

808. 
Forster, Wm., settler, 1. 76. 
Forster & Brice, buy lottery ticket, 

11. 742. 
Forster Fort, 11. 547. 

Forsyth, , 16. 533, 534. 

Forsyth, Col., at head of G. Dept, 16. 

275. 
Forsyth, James, act to vest land In, 
26. 110-11. 
bill to vest land in, 21. 292, 323, 

386, 659, 710. 
petition and bill to vest land In, 21. 
743, 767, 783, 805, 887, 892, 917-918, 
921, 922, 939, 943, 966. 
Forsyth, James, attorney, 7. 691. 
Forsyth, James E., takes oath, 22. 

172. 
Forsyth, Robt., petitions, 19. 933. 
Forsyth Co., 9. 730, 743. 
Germans In, 9. 729. 
Lutherans in, 9. 765, 782. 
Nussmann preaches in, 9. 763. 
Forsythe, MaJ., 19. 707. 
Fort, Absalom, takes oath, 22. 179. 
Fort, Arthur, land grant to, 4. 590. 
Fort, Ellas, 29. 473. 
in army, 16. 726. 
sheHfT, 21. 1073. 
Fort, Ellas, land grant to, 4. 342, 595, 

618, 638, 703. 
Fort, Ellas, quit rents of, 22. 244. 
Fort, John, building coms'r, 24. 643. 
Fort, John, juror, 4. 525. 
Fort, John, land grant to, 4. 589. 
Fort, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 1244. 
road coms'r, 26. 480. 



Fort, 6herwood, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Fort, Turner, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Fort, Wm., In Assem., 21. 1, 3, 47, 66, 
68, 74, 85. 189. 
in Cony. 1788, 22. 2, 6, 25, 28, 30, 

31. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 47, 48. 
Fort, Wm., in militia, 22. 282. 
Fort. See also following word. 
Fort Charlotte, Ga., 22. 742, 743. 
Jones goes to, 10. 502. 
meeting of Cherokees called at, 10. 
392. 
Fort Chartres, 10. 376. 
Fort Collete, 22. 872. 
Fort Creek District, Granville Co., tax 

payers, 26. 1280-1281. 
Fort Cumberland, 6. xlll, xv, xix, xxil, 
422, 430, 447, 463-464. 465. 574, 
576, 577, 578. 
beseiged, 6. 438. 

Dunbar retreats to, 6. 421, 432-433; 
should have remained at, 6. 434. 
Indian remains at, 6. 435. 
Innes governor of, 6. 408. 
provisions sent to, 6. 429. 
quarrel In, 6. 562. 
retreat to mentioned, 6. 428. 
sick and wounded left In by Dunbar, 

6. 418-419. 
to be kept up, 6. 635. 
troops left at, 6. 421; return to, 6. 
412; to be ordered to, 6. 568. 
Fort de Buef, to be attacked, 6. 400. 
Fort Defiance, 22. 142. 
Fort Dobbs, 22. 834, 839. 
beseiged by Cherokees, 6. liil. 
built, 6. xlvli-xlviil ; by Waddell. 6. 

xxil, xxlv. 
description, 6. xlvlli. 
garrison for, 22. 827. 
not strong enough against French 
and Indians, 6. xlix. 
Fort Duquense, 6. xvil, xxil, 411, 568, 
576, 577, 601. 
abandoned, 6. xxx. 
danger of reinforcement to, 6. 584. 
reduction attempted, 6. xxx, xxxi. 
to be attacked, 6. liig. 
Fort Forster, 22. 149. 
Fort Granville, 6. 513, 514; 26. 328. 
act for garrison, 28. 485; 26. 350-2, 
361-4. 370-2; to finish, 29. 476-7; 
to locate near Ocracock Inlet, 
387, 394; 26. 254. 
ammunition for, 29. 483, 484, 507. 
fee to commander of, 6. 550. 551. 



FORT HANCOCK 



39 



FORTS 



location, 6. 267, 268, 288, 289. 
See also Granville Fort. 

Fort Hancock, boat and pay for, 22. 
939, 943. 
expense at, 22. 947-8. 
officers for, 22. 950. 

Fort Jackston, 6. 148. 

Fort Johnston. See Johnston (fort). 

Fort King George, built, 2. 764. 

Fort Loudoun, built, 6. xxvi. 
captured by savages, 6. lli-liii. 

Fort Montgomery, captured, 22. 974. 

Fort Moore BlufT, 14. 119; 22. 130. 

Fort Motte, 8. C, 22. 106, 153. 

Fort Moultrie, 22. 112, 143. 

Fort Oswego, 6. 129. 
defenses to be erected, 6. 400. 

Fort Patrick Henry, 22. 995. 997, 1005. 

Fort Pitt, 10. 386. 
Indian depredations near, 11. 809. 

Fort Point, inspection at, 28. 641, 791; 
26. 313, 379. 

Fort Pontchartrain, 6. 466. 

Fort Prince George, 6. lii, liv. 
officers killed, 6. IL 

Fort Royair surrenders, 8. 708. 

Fort Royaii, 2. 764. 

Fort Watson, 8. C. See Watson fort 

Fortenbury's, 8. C, 14. 763. 

Fortescue, Miss, 18. 918. 

Fortescue, John, lieut of militia, 14. 
135. 

Fortescue, 8am uei, exempted, 8. 483. 

Fortescue, Wm., exempted, 8. 483. 

Forteskue, Luke, land grant asked, 4. i 
707, 801. 
rights proved, 4. 706. 

Forteskue, 8imon, land grant to, 4. 
801. 

Forteskue, Wm., land grant to, 4. 801. 

Fortham, BenJ., 24. 873. 

Fortinberry, Andrew, regulator, 7. 808. 

Fortner, Francis, in army, 16. 730. 

Fortncy, Francis, army pay, 17. 210. 

Forts and Fortifications, 6. 148, 155. 
act for at Occacock Inlet, 6. 23; 
for bills of credit for, 26. 238; for 
duty for purchase of arms and 
ammunition, 28. 401-2; for tax 
for, 26. 331-3, 397; on appraising 
land for, 28. 437; 26. 326; to 
build, 28. 229-231, 338, 387, 394, 
440; 26. 254; to place grarisons 
in, 28. 483; to raise money for, 
28. 292. 
appropriation for, 6. 440; report on, 
6. 696-696. 



Assembly on building of, 6. 891. 

at Cape Lookout, 6. 442-443; consid- 
ered, 6. 487. 

bUl for, 4. 89. 127, 129, 133; for ap 
praising lands for, 6. 607, 609, 610, 
612, 616, 539, 640, 642, 644. 647, 
549, 553; bUl for buildings, 4. 865, 
866, 900, 902, 903, 909-910, 911, 
912-913, 914, 915: for continuing 
garrisons in, 8. 904, 958, 969; for 
erection of, 6. 674, 675, 677, 678- 
679, 687, 720, 721, 722. 723, 724, 
727, 728, 734; for garrisons in, 6. 
1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1008, 
1010, 1011, 1025, 1027, 1028, 1030, 
1031, 1034, 1036, 1040, 1063, 1073 
1075, 1076, 1077, 1079. 1084-1086, 
1086, 1098; to erect on frontiera, 
6. 717-718; to finish, 6. 878, 880, 
888, 904, 906, 907, 9L0, 912, 923. 

bills emitted for, 4. 1217; 6. 109. 

Cleveland to Pownall on, 6. 646. 

condition in Va., 6. 635; of province, 

6. 413. 
cost, 7. XX. 
discussed, 8. 336. 

Dobbs on support of and answer, 8. 

1219, 1260; reports on, 6. 671-572. 
emissions for, 8. 213, 214. 
erection of, 6. 660; considered, 6. 

607. 
finances. 6. 796. 797, 798. 799. 801, 

802, 803. 
for protection of Indians, 6. 333. 
garrisons for, 8. 806, 1264-1265, 1306- 

1307; considered, 8. 1217-1218; 

needed, 8. 839. 
governor has power to erect, 8. 71. 
instructions on granting lands near, 

7. 139-140. 

Johnston on law for, 4. 919-923. 

lands to be reserved for, 7. 203. 

law for mentioned, 4. 930, 932, 940. 

location and needs discussed. 6. 
465-466, 467, 468-469; sought for. 
6. 341, 343, 344-347. 

memorial to King for ordnance. 6. 
18-19. 

money raised for, 4. 1146, 1147; to 
finish, 6. 690. 

need of, 4. 734; 8. 31; 11. 360; dis- 
cussed, 8. 61; among Cherokees, 
6. 367-368; by Catawbas, 6. 581, 
583; on Cape Fear, 11. 728; on 
coast, 6. 316; 6. 1027, 1028. 1029; 
11. 826; 16. 216-218. 

neglected by charter colonies, 1 . 632. 



j*ortune, 



40 



FOSTER, feDWARi) 



no garrisons for, •. 597. 

none in province, 8. 163-154. 

on Cape Fear River, bill for, 4. 779, 

781, 782, 784, 785. 790. 
ordnance asked for, 6. 638, 639. 
pay for troops in, 8. 1148-1149, 1178, 

1181, 1200. 
places where they are needed, 6. 

476-477. 
plan for, 8. 602; mentioned, 8. 652. 
proposed use of criminals on, 8. 

475. 
provision for, 28. 423; considered, 
8. 666, 682, 700; in Albemarle, 1. 
168-169, 171. 
reports on, 8. 156-157, 160, 595, 597- 
699; 8. 614-616; 7. 203. 245-246; 
of committees on, 6. 158-159, 160- 
161, 164-165, 166; on finances of, 
8. 204, 205; to be made on, 8. 114; 
8. 1140, 1142. 
resolution to garrison considered,* 

8. 762-764. 
should be built in Canada. 8. 463, 

464. 
should be garrisoned, 8. 115, 133; to 

overawe colonists, 8. 4. 
should be repaired, 8. 215. 
sort needed, 8. 476. 
store keeper needed for ordnance, 

8. 885. 
tax on colonies for considered, 8. 

469-475. 
to be built, 1. 77, 78, 83, 86-87-89; 
8. 208; 8. 497-498; among Chero- 
kees, 8. 585; 11. 351; on frontier, 
8. 728-9; by Innes, 8. 132. 
to be garrisoned, 8. 830-831, 833. 
Tryon on need of, 8. 168-169. 
work on, 8. 364. 

Fortune, , 8. 181, 183. 

Fortune, Wm., army rank, 18. 1061. 
Fortune, Wm., pensioner. 22. 65. 
Fortune, galley, case of, 18. 260-261. 
Fortunes, to be made by colonial gov- 
ernors, 2. 158. 
Forty-third Regiment, (British), goes 
to N. Y., 18. 574. 
remains in Va., 18. 538. 
Foscue, BenJ., in militia, 22. 393. 
Foscue, Fredericic, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Foecue, John, bailed, 18. 565. 

respited by Martin, 8. 1008-1009. 
Foscue, RIch'd, in militia, 22. 393. 
Foscue, Richard, land grant to, 4. 894. 
Foscue, Simon, exempted, 4. 128. 
Fosdicic, Thos., brigade major, 12. 466. 



Fosdicic, Weet, army rank. 18. 1069. 
Fosett. See Fossett. 
Fosetty Robert, in army, 18. 510. 
Foshea, Joseph, double fees collected 

from, 7. 773. 
regulator, 7. 736. 
Fosque's Wm., Inspection at, 28. 313. 
FosMt's, 18. 862. 
Fossett. See Fosett. 
Fossett, David, petitions. 18. 932. 
Fossett, Edwd., army rank, 18. 1068. 
Fossett, Richard, juror, 7. 842. 
Fossett, Richard, petitions, 18. 932. 
Fossett, Wm., bill to for liquids, 22. 

443. 
receipt for service. 22. 467. 
witness. 22. 444. 
Fossett's Oid Field, 22. 576. 
Foster. See Forster. 

Foster, , 18. 145. 

Foster, ^ dead. 1 1 . 748. 

Foster, , deputy collector. 1. 265. 

law suit. 1. 397. 
Foster, , papers to from S. C. 8. 

1110. 
Foster, » presents to Burrlngton. 

8. 501. 
Foster, Mr., agent of N. C. 1. 884. 
Hyde's instructions to as agent of 

N. C. to S. C. 1. 898-901. 
Foster, Mr., in C. C, 17. 556, 657. 
Foster, Mr., takes oath, 1. 699. 
Foster, Capt., 18. 665. 
Foster, Capt., 22. 747. 
Foster (Forster), Aiexius Mador, and 

buildings, 24. 942. 
in Assembly. 12. 764; 18. 129. 130. 

138. 168. 184. 206. 249; 28. 277. 

428. 431, 434, 437, 456, 462, 473. 
See also Forster, A. M. 
Foster, Ambrose, payments to, 1ft 

214. 
Foster, Anthony, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Foster, Britian, army pay, 17. 211. 
Foster, Daniel, wagoner, 18. 478. 
Foster, David, army pay, 17. 210. 

army rank, 18. 1059. 
Foster, David, army rank, 18. 1060. 
Foster, Diana, court held at house, 1. 

392-396, 399-404. 
gift and stock mark, 1. 397. 
goods stolen from, 1. 397. 
records marks, 1. 388. 
Foster, Ebenezer, Ashe to on pay of 

troops, 11. 347. 
Foster, Edmund, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Foster, Edward, imported, 1. 395. 



I- 



t'OSTER, ELIZABETH 



41 



BOOSTER, WILLIAM 



Foster, Elizabeth, gift to, 1. 612. 

sells land, 1. 618. 
Foster, Elizabeth, imported, 1. 480. 
Foster, Francis, a Justice, 1. 531-536, 
648-551, 561-566, 573-582, 604-613, 
617-627, 649-652. 

a J. P., 1. 574-575. 

appraiser, 1. 443. 

deputy of Danson, 2. 139. 

deputy Proprietor, 26. 159. 

imports persons, 1. 480. 

in Council, 2. 139-142, 146-147, 168^ 
173, 180-184, 204-205, 216-218, 226- 
227, 239-244, 275. 282-283, 296-297, 
307-309, 311-313, 321-324, 341-349. 
357-358, 389-392, 425-429, 432, 438, 
449-450, 482-485, 520-527, 532, 535- 
536, 552, 565-568, 571-572, 606-607, 
623, 640, 664, 675-677, 730-749, 764- 
768. 

Juror, 1. 388, 406, 407, 595. 

law suit, 1. 450. 

made guardian, 1. 563-664. 

orphan bound to, 1. 522. 

proves will, 1. 393. 

quit rents of, 22. 252. 

sells, 1. 604. 

signs N. C. acts, 2. 207, 213, 216, 
885, 886, 887, 888; 28. 6, 10, 11, 14, 
15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 
26, 27, 29, 31, 32, 34, 35, 36, 42, 
45, 46, 48, 49, 52, 54, 55, 56, 59. 
61, 62. 67. 70, 71, 79, 80, 81, 82, 
87, 88, 89. 90, 92, 94, 96. 

steward of estate, 1. 566. 

sues, 1. 406, 409. 

to administer oath, 2. 515. 

to Va. council on Indian lands, 1. 
657-660. 

vestryman, 2. 208; 28. 7. 

witness, 1. 609. 

to King on Everard, 8. 2-5. 
Foster, Hannah, orphan bound to, 1. 
522. 

sells, 1. 604. 
Foster, Hugh, town trustee, 28. 810, 

812. 
Foster, James, act for land to, 24. 629- 

630. 
Foster, James, agent to S. C. on Tus- 
carora war, 1. 851. 

imports persons, 1. 580. 

Juror, 1. 588, 589, 590, 610, 611. 
Foster, James, allowed to sell goods 

without license, 28. 581-582. 
Foster, James, exempted, 6. 1045. 
Foster, James, Juror, 4. 518. 



Foster, Jas., land grant to, 18. 672. 
Foster, John, agreement acknowledg- 
ed, 1. 397. 

attorney, 1. 620. 

estate to be appraised and settled, 
2. 67, 68. 

gift to wife, 1. 612. 

gives power of attorney, 1. 399, 404. 

Juror, 1. 582, 605. 

sells land, 1. 618. 

surety. 1. 452. 
Foster John, bill for relief of execu- 
tors. 28. 522, 560, 570. 
Foster, John, imported. 1. 480. 
Foster, John, resolve to allow claim 
of, 12. 61. 

to Dry on seizure of vessels, 7. 177- 
178. 

to procure arms, 18. 625. 
Foster, John, in militia, 22. 165. 
Foster, Perthenia, imported, 1. 395. 
Foster, Peter, army pay, 17. 211. 
Foster, Richard, a Judge, 1. 273, 274, 
281, 297, 299. 

deputy and Joins rebels, 1. 285. 
Foster, Richard, In Assembly, 1. 282. 

leader in Culpeper rebellion, 1. 255, 
266, 272, 273, 276, 279. 282, 296, 
297. 301. 

letter of Culpeper to, 1. 280. 

on council, 1. 254. 

signs land grant, 1. 271. 

takes testimony, 1. 314, 315, 317. 

See also Forster, R. 
Foster, Richard, army rank, 18. 1060. 
Foster, Richard, takes oath, 22. 173. 
Foster, Robert, a J. P.. 4. 47. 
Foster, Robt., army rank, 18. 1058. 
Foster, Robert, in army, 18. 723. 
Foster (Forster), Robert, assaults Por- 
ter, 2. 659. 

clerk of precinct, 8. 513. 

lapse patent to, 2. 682. 

petition, 18. 142, 152, 254, 257, 270, 
272. 

prosecution against, 8. 231. 
Foster, Robert, quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Foster, Thos., allowance to, 22. 821. 
Foster, Wm., army pay, 17. 211. 
Foster, Wm., army pay, 17. 212. 
Foster, Wm., army rank, 18. 1059. 
Foster, Wm., army rank, 18. 1060. 
Foster, Wm., army rank, 18. 1060. 
Foster, Wm., claims, 6. 307. 
Foster, Wm., court martialed, 12. 484. 
Foster, William, imported, 1. 480. 
Foster, William, petition. 1. 306-306. 



FOSTER, WM. S. 



42 



FOX, FRANCIS 



Foster, Wm. 8., in militia, 22. 392. 
Foster, Wm. Shepard, land grant to, 

4. 896. 
Fosterlin, Richard, army pay, 17. 212. 
Foster's Bank, inspection at, 26. 379. 
Fostinberry, Hen., regulator, 7. 809. 
Foulkner, John, in militia, 22. 498. 
Foundgill, Peter, killed, 1. 864. 
Foundry, efforts for, 11. xx. 
Fountain, David, army rank, 18. 1059. 
Fountain, l-lenry, in militia, 22. 340. 
Fountain, Jas., army rank, 16. 1059. 
Fountain, Jesse, army pay, 17. 212. 

army rank, 16. 1061. 
Fountain, Jonathan, in militia, 22. 340. 
Fountain, Peter, gun impressed, 22. 

413. 
Fountain, Solomon, army rank, 16 

1059. 
Fountain, Solomon, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Fountain, Wm., in militia, 22. 340. 
Fountain Tavern, 9. 1248. 
Four Creek, 16. 380. 
Four ISAIIe Creek, Wayne passes, 16. 

536. 
Fourd. See Foard, Ford. 
Fourd, Ellas, Juror, 26. 189. 
Fourd, Richard, 4. 336. 
Fourdots, Thos., commends Adams, 1. 

728-729. 
Fourhand, John, in militia, 17. 1054. 
Fourman, Jno., Juror, 26. 190. 
Fourth Battalion, returns of at Car- 

thagena, 16. 755-759. 
Fourth Creek, 6. 849. 

Fort Dobbs built on, 6. xlvii, liii. 
Fourth North Carolina Regiment, 16. 

V. 61 143, 605, 610, 637, 638, 640, 

643; 19. 97; 22. Ill, 121. 
consolidated, 16. 765. 
officers, 22. 115, 117. 
return of militia, 22. 1022. 
Fourth Pennsylvania Regiment, 16. 

236, 237, 550. 
Fourth South Carolina Regiment, 22. 

153. 
Foushaw, John, murdered, 2. 433-434. 
Foushe, Capt., dead, 22. 312. 
Fout, John, petition on separation, 22. 

705-9. 
Fout, Peter, petition on separation, 

22. 705-9. 
Fowey, ship, 6. 31. 

Dunmore retreats to, 10. 138a. 
Fowkes (Fawkes), Yelverton, army 

record, 18. 475. 
claims paid, 10. 438. 



ship master, 6. 1150, 1222. 

Fowie, Daniel G., thanks to, 10. xli. 

Fowler, fAr„ 6. 1019. 

Fowler, Abel, army pay, 17. 211. 

Fowler, Abm., army rank, 16. 1056. 

Fowler, Abram, in army, 16. 505. 

Fowler, Ashley, army rank, 16. 1060. 

Fowler, Barth., letter to Qov. of N. C, 
1. 513. 
on arrests in disputed territory, 1. 
512. 

Fowler, Bernard, sick, 11. 729. 

Fowler, Bernd., sick, 16. 703. 

Fowler, Christopher, on S. C. petition, 
1. 637-640. 

Fowler, Cornelius, a J. P., 8. 252. 

Fowler, Dan'l, army rank, 16. 1055. 

Fowler, Daniel, in army, 16. 728. 

Fowler, Dearcy, allowance to as pris- 
oner, 12. 142, 258, 313. 
discharged from prison, 12. 442, 443. 
loyalist, 10. 597. 
paroled, 10. 559. 

Fowler, Francis, army pay, 17. 210. 

Fowler, Geo., army rank, 16. 1061. 

Fowler, Godfrey, militiaman, 6. 344, 
689. 

Fowler, Godfrey, pay for, 17. 263. 

Fowler, James, act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 
land grant to, 16. 573. 

Fowler, John, C. S. C, 22. 435, 483. 

Fowler, Jno., in militia, 22. 306. 

Fowler, John, land grant asked, 4. 763. 

Fowler, John, pensioner, 22. 65. 

Fowler, John, surety, 10. 30-31. 

Fowler, Math's, Juror, 4. 520. 

Fowler, Rich'd, takes oath, 22. 169. 

Fowler, SamM, Sr., in militia, 22. 379. 

Fowler, Spence, army pay, 17. 253. 

Fowler, Thos., takes oath, 22. 179. 

Fowler, Wm., army rank, 16. 1058. 

Fowler, Wm., in militia, 22. 165. 

Fowler, Williams, takes oath, 22. 169. 

Fowler, Wm. Anderson, militiaman, 6. 
344, 689. 

Fox, Mr., 4. 1132. 

Fox, Mr., in C. C, 16. 641, 709. 

Fox, Mr., Secretary of State (Bng.), 
6. 447, 594, 602, 639. 
Dobbs to on French war, 6. 576-577, 
601-2, 638. 

Fox, Chas. James, quoted on evacua- 
tion, 16. 836, 861, 865. 

Fox, Francis, army rank, 16. 1057. 

Fox, Francis, in army, 18. 514. 

Fox, Francis, in militia, 22. 165. 



FOX, FRANCIS 



43 



FRANCE 



Fox, Francis, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Fox, George, founds Quakers in N. C. 
1. 710. 

itinerary of in Albemarle, 1. zz. 

visits Albemarle, 1. xviil, xiz, zz, 
216-218; 26. iv. 

work in N. C, 1. 572. 
Fox, George, imported, 1. 396. 
Fox, H., signs commission from King, 

6. 563. 
Fox, ieaac, in militia, 22. 349. 
Fox, John; apprenticed to learn ship 

building, 2. 241. 
Fox, John, in militia, 22. 350. 
Fox, John, 8r., pensioner, 22. 65. 
Fox, Joseph, army rank, 16. 1060. 
Fox, Mary, imported, 1. 396. 
Fox, Mary, sells land, 1. 563. 
Fox, Moses, a J. P., 22. 918. 
Fox, Richard, imports persons, 1. 396. 
Fox, Richard, Jr., imported, 1. 394. 
Fox, Thomas, regulator, 6. 80. 
Fox, Wm., army rank, 16. 1057. 
Fox, Wm., goods stolen, 2. 831.- 

imported, 1. 396. 

witness, 2. 832. 
Fox, brig, seized, 7. 159. 
Fox, (countersign), 6. 590. 
Fox, act to prevent ezport of furs, 26. 

10-11. 
Foxa, J no., army rank, 16. 1055. 
Foxcroft, Mr., •. 1058; 7. 149. 

P. M. G., 6. 66. 
Foxworth, Moses, juror, 26. 186. 
Foy, Francis, in militia, 22. 384. 
Foy, James, captain, 16. 789. 
Foy, James, lieut, 10. 626. 
Foy, Patricic, army pay, 17. 210. 
. army rank, 16. 729; 18. 1058. 

reenlists, 16. 750. 
Foye, Francis, in militia, 22. 327. 
Foyle. See Foil. 
Foyie, James, a J. P., 4. 46, 346. 

in Assembly, 4. 115, 121. 

sheriff, 4. 347. 
Foyie, James, allowance to, 22. 864. 
Foy's, 16. 380. 

Fragean, J., payment to, 18. 350. 
Frahock. See Frohock. 
Frahock, Thos., receives pay for sol- 
diers, 17. 229. 

See also Frohock, Thomas. 
Fralley, Jno., army rank, 18. 1060. 
Falser. See Fraizir, Frasier, Frazer, 

Frazier. 
Fraiser, Hugh, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fraizer, Aiex, land grant to, 4. 601. 



Fralzure, Richard, juror, 4. 516. 

Fraiey, Frederick, naturalized, 7. 265- 
256. 

Fraiey, George, 8. 786. 

Fraiey, Wm., 26. 213. 

Fraley's Bridge, 26. 213. 

Fraiy, » law suit, 1. 586, 587. 

Frame, Capt., killed, 16. 756, 757. 

France, 1. 976, 986; 2. 146, 179, 268, 
325, 383, 481, 744, 763, 764, 838; 
8. 10, 79, 80, 116, 119, 136, 389, 
490, 492, 633; 4. 54, 288, 383, 408, 
414, 492, 552, 651, 655, 719, 733, 
770, 814, 838, 855, 863, 954, 984, 
1010, 1051, 1064, 1166, 1179, 1182, 
1256, 1317. 1329; 6. z, 38, 125, 177, 
191, 212, 220, 231, 444, 495, 496, 
520, 567, 569, 614, 617, 658, 688, 
760, 767, 770, 778, 810, 829, 830, 
843, 868, 869, 889, 998, 1013, 1039; 
8. 50, 51, 65, 66, 86, 96, 115, 132, 
345, 362, 420, 427, 439, 447, 469, 
511, 513, 524, 536, 649, 566, 568, 
573, 578, 581, 629, 638, 661, 718. 
755, 800, 822, 893, 1089, 1150, 1257; 
7. 61, 231, 342, 469, 533, 565, 677, 
730, 795, 851. 854, 924; 8. zvii, 40, 
60, 83, 105, 215, 225, 230, 302, 520, 
636. 731, 733, 743; 8. 80, 136, 447, 
591, 593, 674, 733, 874, 967, 1000, 
1187; 18. 225, 226, 327, 343, 447, 
799; 11. 1, 4, 31, 80, 199, 219, 244, 

422, 451, 462, 524; 12. 472; 18. 
7, 9, 10, 19, 20. 97, 127, 203, 226, 
227, 242, 335, 411, 443, 444, 461 
462 477, 553, 651, 652, 734n; 14. 
3, 214, 301, 305, 306, 567, 611, 632, 
636, 689, 748, 754, 799, 808, 809; 
16. 75, 195, 215, 217, 232, 365, 519, 
544, 575, 588; 18. 5, 30, 234, 235, 
289, 296, 302, 307, 308, 309, 327, 
335, 362, 366, 398, 400, 409, 419, 

423, 424, 426, 439, 441, 450, 451, 
457, 478, 479, 494, 496, 546, 593, 
634, 647, 705, 748, 761, 774, 779, 
785, 836, 879, 918, 923, 937; 17. 4, 
18, 20. 32, 76, 79, 85, 87, 88, 89, 
161, 177, 180, 273, 274, 526, 562. 
632, 764, 800, 911, 990, 992; 18. 24, 
64. 257, 491, 492, 514, 530, 540, 604, 
609, 616, 626, 628, 633, 694, 695, 
721, 747. 748, 749, 771, 778, 798, 
822; 18. 216. 231, 241, 250, 253, 
276, 349, 366, 512, 527, 605, 608, 
646. 651, 786, 874, 876, 882, 895, 
896, 897, 957, 958, 994; 28. vii, 645, 
653, 722, 726, 730, 731, 738, 754; 



FRANCfi 



44 



FRANCE 



21. 25, 147, 143, 26«, 296, 299, 444, 
453. 461, 462, 464, 470, 472, 473, 
476, 506, 541, 542, 644, 949; 22. 
95, 107. 112, 122, 130. 157, 362, 529, 
553, 594, 739, 762, 763, 794, 795, 
868, 892, 893, 894, 976, 977, 1030, 
1034; 28. 183, 229, 285, 292, 359. 
505, 510, 515, 516, 523, 539, 550, 
556, 596, 632, 638, 660, 664, 688, 
696, 759, 784, 787, 850. 872, 879, 
931; 24. 174, 388; 26. 280, 397, 
405, 433, 441, 450, 457, 468, 483, 
486, 491, 494, 610, 514, 618, 519a, 
520. 

affairs of and favora from, 2S. 678. 

agent sent to. 16. 622. 

aid from arrives and expected, 16. 
2, 57, 58. 

and birth of Dauphin, 16. 705-706 
726, 731-732, 735, 753, 778, 859- 
860; IT. 468, 480, 486, 488, 499, 
600. 

and Martinique debt, 20. 493, 579. 
583. 

and silk culture, 6. 674. 

and treaty with England, 16. 749, 
758-759, 764-765, 774, 868, 870, 895, 
913; IT. 4. 

arms, &c., from, 18. 688, 606; to be 
imported from, 18. 776. 

at war with England, 18. 247, 354, 
463. 

Blair taken to, 1. 603. 

cited on confiscation, 16. 203. 

commerce with considered, 21. 499. 

complains of British abuse of clear- 
ances, &c., 16. 154. 

consuls of, IT. 479-480; recognized, 
IT. 449-450, 498, 500, 551-552. 

debt to, 21. 466, 469; considered, 
IT. 526, 549-560. 

declares war against ESngland, 18. 
224. 238. 

distress and ruin of, 6. 346, 348. 

dry goods from. 22. 599. 

duties in, IT. 608-623, 632. 

English trade with unprofitable, 2. 
628. 

esteem of Americans in, 18. 477. 

fears armed mediation against U. S., 
16. 773. 

financial aid to U. S., 11. 437-438. 

frigates return to, 1 6. 333. 

free ports in, 11. 40; IT. 40, 70-1, 
161-162; 19. 726, 746, 951. 

furnishes arms to Md., 22. 1034. 

goods brought in from, 18. 2; 16. 



21-22; seized, 18. 47-48. 

hostages demanded from, 6. 408. 

illegal trade with, 1. 469; 8. 1021. 

instruction to minister on peace, 
18. 897. 

loan of U. S. in, 18. 761, 762, 765, 
790; IT. 177-179. 

military stores sent from, 11. 469. 

money borrowed in and interest, 
16. 435, 756. 

officers of arrive in America, 11. 
492, 493, 494, 495, 602; officers sent 
from, 11. 487. 

payment of accounts of urged and 
answer. IT. 113-114. 117. 

peace with, 1. 478; 4. 918; 6. xxxi. 

privileges to be conferred on sub- 
jects. 16. 319. 

products of in N. C, 4. 250. 

promises of noted, 16. 491. 

regiment of natives of to be raised 
for Amer. cause, 18. 119-120, 122. 

report on debt to, IT. 52-53, 64; on 
duties in, IT. 436-437, 484, 652. 

representation of in U. S., 14. 202. 

Rousseau's History of, 22. 885. 

salt brought from, 11. 810. 

sends arms and ammimition to U. 
S., 11. 423, 433-434, 438; 18. 291; 
fleet, 18. 201; and troops, 18. 354; 
guns to N. C, 18. 312; minister 
to U. S. and declares war on Eng- 
land, 18. 197, 198; salt petre to 
U. S., 16. 681; supplies of cloth- 
ing. &c., 18. 84; troops to the 
South, 16. 774. 

ships arrive from, 18. 149, 154, 155. 

successful in W. I., 14. 202. 

to aid in establishing Amer. com- 
merce, 16. 903. 

to declare war on Great Britain, 18. 
21. 

to send troops, 14. 864. 

tobacco sent to, 1. 245; to be ship- 
ped to, 11. 436; 18. 64; and rice 
trade with, 18. 627-634, 722, 744. 

trade with, 11. 358-369, 361, 526, 
735; 18. 58; 18. 883; 21. 478; 
discussed, 6. 1034; during war, 
18. iii; should be encouraged, 16. 
366. 

treaty with, 6. 1139; 6. 973. 976; 18. 
vi. 128; with U. S., 18. 136, 144, 
198, 264, 286, 304. 424. 425. 

war with. 4. 700, 734; 6. 668, 659; 
22. 982, 985; expected, 11. 437; 
threatened, 10. 802. 



PRANCE, ISLE OF 



45 



FRANKLIN, BENJ. 



work in Holland, 20. 791. 
France, Isle of, ports of to be opened, ' 
IT. 552. I 

Franch, John, land grant to» 4. 1247. 
Franchise, 8. 181. 
bill to limit it to free holders, 8. 

637. 
extent, •. xix, 526. 
in Granville's Lands, 10. 211. 
in Va., 1. 886. 
inequalities in, O. 413, 414. 
limitations, 8. 536; 10. 1007-1008; 
limited to freeholders, 8. 450; 4. 

800. 
not limited to free holders, 8. 610. 
not to extend to persons exempted 

from taxes, 6. 855. 
rights not exercised, 18. 542. 
to be limited, 8. 207. 
See also Elections, Freeholders, Suf- 
frage, Freemen. 
Francles, Cape, 8. 207. 
Francis, Capt., killed, 29. 114. 
Francis, Capt., killed by Tories, 14. 

790. 
Francis, Ant'y, army rank, 18. 1061. 
Francis, Chaplon, to examine galleys. 

11. 635. 
Francis, Frederick, army pay, 17. 211. 
Francis, Jno., army rank, 18. 1061. 
Francis, John, land grant to, 4. 804. 
Francis, Sami., army rank, 18. 1060. 
Francis, Wm., petition on separation, 
22. 705-8. 

Francljco, , 16. 1158. 

Francisco, Thos., army rank, 18. 1058. 
Francois, Cape, 18. 330, 354; 14. 299. 
French and Spanish fleets at, 18. 
332, 692. 
Franck.. See Francks, Frank, Franks. 
Franck, Edward, juror, 8. 528. 
Franck, Edward, land grant to, 4. 893. 
Franck, John, boundary coms'r, 24. 

958. 
Franck, John, memorial on school, 7. 

35-36. 
Franck, Martin, in Assembly, 26. 159. 
Francklow, James, land of lapses, 2. 

181. 
Francks, Mrs., marries W. Avery, 11. 

823. 
Francks, Edwards, estate to be set- 
tled, 18. 421. 
widow marries Avery, 11. 823. 
Francks, Jacob, land grant refused to, 

4. 1253. 
Francks, John, land grant to, 4. 1043. 



rights proved, 4. 1034. 
Frank. See Franck, Francks, Franks. 
Frank, Edward, land warrant to, 4. 

852. 
Frank (Franks, Francks), Martin, 4. 
1253. 
a J. P., 8. 244, 537. 
asks for resurvey, 4. 278. 
ferry of, 8. 547, 581. 
Juror, 2. 398, 585. 
land grant asked. 4. 707. 
land grants to, 4. 62, 63, 274, 603, 

627; resurvey ed, 4. 353. 
law suit. 2. 91, 109-110, 113. 
pays for lands, 8. 327, 328-329. 
petitions for land, 4. 61. 
size of estate, 4. 222. 
vestryman, 2. 209. 
witness, 8. 426. 
Frank, Martin, lieut., 17. 966. 
Frank, Martin, vestryman, 28. 8. 
Frank Pledge, to be held by Proprie- 
tors, 1. 30, 111-112. 
Frankhauser, Louis, witness, 1. 985. 
Frankland, Mrs., letter of, 8. 565. 
Frankland, F., to Newcastle on ap- 
pointment of Burrington, 8. 65-66. 
Frankland, Thos., appoints attorneys 
to settle estate of Allen, 8. 550- 
551. 
Frankland, Sir Thoe., at Board of 
Trade meeting, 8. 124-129. 
charges against Everard to be in- 
vestigated, 8. 31. 
to Oooch on boundary survey, 8. 

16. 20. 

to Newcastle on Everard's land 
grants, 8. 83. 
Franklin. See Franklyn. 
Franklin, Mr., 17. 598. 
Franklin, Mr. (son of B. F.), 14. 566. 
Franklin, MaJ., 10. 288. 
Franklin, BenJ., O. xxxii; 0. 1208, 1210; 
10. 447; 18. 23; 14. 347; 16. 421; 

17. 433; 20. 754. 

akin to Husband, 8. xxvi. 

and Bridgen's affairs, 17. 370, 371, 

377; 18. 527, 536. 
and Stamp act, 7. x. 
Bridgen to on his N. C. property. 

18. 574. 

commends Bridgen, 17. 43; 20. 85. 
consulted on salt pans, 10. 720. 
contracts for cannon, 18. 708-711. 
favors a single House, 10. xx. 
in Cont. Cong., 8. 1246. 
interviews Lord Howe. 10. 801. 



FRANKLIN, CHRISTOPHER 46 



FRANKLIN CO. 



investigated by C. C, 14. 566. 

Joyful reception to, 11. 434. 

letter mentioned, 18. 750. 

letters cited, 11. 422; considered, 
17. 308; quoted, 11. 288; 17. 20- 
21; on public debt and loans in 
France and Holland, 16. 760, 761, 
764-766; 17. 177; on Dutch loan 
and resolution of C. C, 17. 177, 
179-180. 

makes contract, 29. 993-4. 

makes treaty with Prussia, 18. 610, 
620; treaty of peace, 16. 748-753, 
758, 904, 913, 914; 17. 4-9, 92. 

on petition of Assembly, 8. 1102. 

opposes Pa. constitution, 11. 422. 

Oswald to on peace and answer, 16. 
452-454. 

plan of Union proposed in 1775, 10. 
vi-vii. 

recommends French officers, 11. 
433; LaFayette, 11. 524; restora- 
tion of property, 18. 505. 

returns to England, 8. 1165. 

secures services of French officers, 
11. 492, 493, 495. 

sends History of Geneva to Caswell, 
14. 35; officers to America, 11. 
487; Hutchinson letters, 9. 829- 
830. 

should be employed as agent, 8. xvi, 
78. 

to Caswell on Bridgen's case, 18. 
603-604. 

to go to Cong, of Vienna, 22. 554. 

to Martin on Bridgen's lands and 
debts, 18. 388-389. 

toast to, 9. 1067. 

Williamson gets Hutchinson letters 

for and philippic against, 16. 172. 

Franklin, Christopher, pensioned, 22. 

483. 
Franklin, J., in Assem., 21. 1050, 1055. 
Franklin, James, act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 

land grant to, 18. 572. 
Franklin, Jesse, in Assembly, 17. 269, 
277, '278, 283, 293, 304, 354, 359, 
365, 366, 368, 387, 391, 394, 395, 
406, 421, 425; 16. 229, 243, 258. 
265, 284, 298, 311, 312, 317, 344. 
345, 346, 351, 357. 360, 361, 362, 
364, 376, 389, 399, 412, 429. 440. 
443, 445, 468, 469, 470. 471; 19. 
489, 490, 611, 613, 614. 622, 643, 
667, 677, 682, 688, 714, 728, 729, 
773, 794, 804, 808, 816, 822, 835; 



L 7, 120, 121, 122. 124, 125, 132, 
133, 142. 146, 167, 172, 180, 193, 
198, 224, 225, 227, 228, 230, 238, 
239, 240. 244, 246, 276, 279, 285, 
287, 288, 306, 314, 327, 333, 373, 
374, 411, 419; 21. 738, 739, 740, 
789, 799, 814, 822, 828, 872, 873, 
876, 884, 886, 891, 946, 952, 956, 
962, 965, 972, 980, 981, 983, 991, 
996, 998, 999, 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004. 
1006, 1007, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1021, 
1031, 1032. 
nom. for C. of S., 21. 397, 399, 709, 

711. 
on com. of Assem.. 17. 277. 278; 18. 
33, 38, 51, 102, 145, 266. 268. 283. 
334, 364. 
resigns from C. of S., 21. 908. 

Franklin, J no., army rank, 18. 1057. 

Franklin, John, pay to. 16. 541. 

Franklin, Peter, bill on land. 21. 280, 
281. 629. 

Franklin, Richard, petition of referred 
to com., 18. 840. 929. 932. 

Franklin, T., (J?), in Assem., 28. 133. 

Franklin, W. T., Sec. to Amer. peace 
com., 16. 753. 

Franklin, Wm., takes oath before 
Safety Com., 10, 432-433. 

Franklin, 16. 666. 

Franklin, battle near, 6. Ill, liv. 

Franklin Academy, act to establish. 
24. 876-8. 

Franklin Co., 12. 611; 18. ix, 676, 
804, 910, 918; 14. 46, 444, 836; 

16. 235, 361. 451, 461, 466, 582; 

18. 84, 124, 210, 495, 519, 560, 562; 

17. 325, 639, 688, 689, 691, 723, 
770, 798, 871, 886, 891; 18. 23, 31, 
37, 39, 41, 112, 253, 270, 276, 497; 

19. 50, 51, 82, 147. 180, 429, 456, 
588, 763, 791, 799, 885; 28. 34, 39, 
280, 314, 382, 391, 410, 420, 614; 
21. 31, 551, 694, 747, 802, 1070; 
24. 872, 939; 26. 64; 26. 1275. 

act for academy in, 24. 876-8; for 
poor house, 26. 60-2; for public 
building in, 24. 836-7; for tax for 
pub. buildings, 24. 519. 542. 625, 
699, 767; for town in, 24. 303-4; 
on Jurors, 24. 273-5; to add part 
of Wake to. 24. 838; to collect 
tax arrears, 24. 627-8, 824; to de- 
stroy wild animals, 24. 749-50; to 
establish,. 24. 227-30, 294, 303, 449; 
to fix time of co. ct, 24. 717-18; 
26. 82 ; to sell granary in, 24. 626. 



FRANKLIN CO. (TENN ) 47 



FRANKLIN STATE 



Baptists in, 6. 1181. 

bill for prison in, 18. 37, 79. 203. 
270. 294. 314. 358. 436; for poor 
house. 21. 247. 256. 281. 307. 326. 
350. 384. 606. 629. 677; for public 
building. 18. 141, 150. 155. 255, 
265. 266-267. 270; 28. 200, 388; 
for school in, 18. 37, 79, 116. 270, 
284, 314. 340. 344. 378; for tax for 
pub. buildings. 18. 452. 472. 791, 
819; for town in, 18. 837. 839, 861, 
928, 929. 951; on time of holding 
courts, 21. 790. 803. 922. 947. 955, 
967, 971, 989; to add part of Wake 
to. 18. 61. 102, 126. 291, 327, 338. 
340; to alter time of courts in, 21. 
765-766; to collect tax in. 18. 343. 
398; to collect tax arrears, 18. 642, 
696; to sell glebe in. 18. 37, 91. 
208, 270, 291. 327, 378. 436. 440; 
to sell granary in, 18. 599. 609, 
613, 659, 701. 

census of 1790. 28. 541-555. 

delegates of in Congress, 6. 1213, 
1214, 1217. 

horses in, 18. 558. 

in Halifax dist. 16. 377. 

members of Assembly, 18. 735, 784, 
913; 16. 1; 17. 264, 281, 794, 877, 
947; 18. 2, 15. 226. 817; 18. 1, 
129. 233. 400, 717, 721, 740; 28. 
2, 10. 119, 301, 475; 21. 1, 193, 
729, 871. 

members in Conv. 1788 and '89, 22. 
2. 8. 12, 37. 

memorial from, 28. 501; 21. 39. 

militia officers. 28. 272, 460. 

no supplies from, 14. 456. 

orders to officers on movement of 
troops. 16. 535. 

owes state, 21. 1068, 1074. 

population, 18. 433. 

provisions in, 16. 476. 

remonstrance from, 17. 817, 901, 
903. 

report on troops of, 14. 46. 

riots in. 6. lix. 

specific tax to be collected, 20. 104- 
105. 

tax in. 18. 706. 

tax trouble in, 18. 177. 302. 

to forward bacon for troops. 16. 493. 

troops ordered out, 16. 547. 

trouble with J. P.'s, 18. 39, 41, 81- 
82, 98, 266, 272, 320, 325. 

wagon report wanted, 14. 393. 
Franklin Co., (Tenn.7), 21. 497. 



Franklin C. H., 14. 472 22. 560. 

troops to be kept at, 16. 444, 445. 
Franklin State, 8. iii, xxi; 18. 947; 
22. 651, 659, 691, 692, 694, 714, 
719. 

act on elections in, 24. 765-6 ; to par- 
don traitors. 24. 820, 915, 956; 
26. 10. 

acts ratified by, 22. 681. 

affairs of, 18. 937, 940-941; 20. 80, 
129-130, 641-643, 646-648, 653, 654- 
655, 656-657, 659-660, 679-680, 681- 
682, 689-693. 707-709, 710; 21. 459- 
461, 462, 463, 484. 485, 501. 

agreement between Sevier and Shel- 
by on administration, 22. 674-5. 

Assem. of N. C. fails to meet ex- 
pectations of, 22. 679-80. 

authorities of attack N. C. officers, 
82. 690. 

bill to pardon treason in, 18. 89, 
112, 130. 200, 322, 354, 355, 416, 
440; 28. 169. 171. 207, 223. 235, 
247-248, 273, 284, 346, 409, 426. 
433-434, 444-445, 459-460, 465, 503, 
512, 553-554; 21. 42, 43, 56, 64. 
73, 77, lie, 114-115, 218, 221. 222. 
230, 231-232, 239. 256. 285-286. 586, 
588, 594. 598-599. 

Bledsoe on politics in, 22. 677. 

Campbell favors, 22. 651-2; to Cas- 
well on affairs of, 18. 790-791. 

captions of bills and laws, 22. 726- 
726. 

Caswell to Campbell, Sevier and 
others on, 20. 616-619, 622, 623; 
to counties of on affairs of, 22. 
675-687, 688. 

com. on disorders, 20. 252. 273, 433- 
434. 

condemned by Martin, 17. 521. 

constitution and bill of rights, 22 
vll, 661-70. 

contemn N. C. and wish for hostili- 
Ues, 22. 6^3-4. 

discussed, 18. vlil. 

division in dying out. 22. 694. 

does not assent to agreement made 
by Sevier, 82. 682. 

dual government in, 22. 674-5. 

encroachments from, 28. 653. 

established, 17. vi. 

first law of, 22. 638-9. 

Gen. Assembly to Martin on its ac- 
tion, &c., 17. 601-604. 

grievances of. 22. 637-40, 661-2. 

hostilities in, 22. 691-3. 



FOREST 



36 



FORREST, ISAAC 



Forest. See Forrest. 

Forest, M. de la., 21. 466. 

Forest, Sieur de la., consul in U. S., 

18. 491. 492. 537. 
Forestalling, act to prevent. S4. 318- 
20, 354. 
bill to prevent. 18. 852. 885. 943. 955. 
972. 973, 975-976. 979. 989-990. 
Forestler, Charles von, visits N. C, 5. 

1158. 
Forests, fires in. 6. 354. 

method of cleaning. 5. 363. 
Forfeited estates, commissioners of. 

14. 303. 
Forfeiture of charter, act for. 1. 552- 
554. 
considered. 1. 537. 538, 539-540. 542. 
548. 633. 641. 642-643. 644. 673. 
Forfeitures, act on. 88. 157. 
Eng. acts on in force in N. C. 23. 

320, 324. 
instructions on, 6. 1105. 1135. 
not to be disposed of. 8. 100-101. 
Forgal, Richard, Juror. 4. 518. 
Forge, Isham, army pay. 17. 210. 
Forgery, act against, 24. 33-34. 113. 
169, 277-8, 578-9; 26. 317. 333. 347. 
362. 363. 372. 385. 
Eng. act on in force in N. C. 28. 

323. 
indictment for. 2. 401. 
penalty. 28. 647. 798. 
Fork, Ellas, land grant to. 4. 766. 
Fork Bridge, 22. 344. 
Fork Creek, 22. 224. 
Fork Neck, 4. 685. 

Fork of James River, arsenal on pro- 
posed. 17. 104. 
Fork of Neuse, 2. 22. 
Fork Point, 28. 531. 
Forkner, Amanwall, petitions for re- 
peal of tax on free negroes. 8. 
982-983. 
Forkner, Wm., petitions for repeal of 

tax on free negroes. 6. 982-983. 
Forks Creek, report of troops at. IS. 

73. 
Forks of Little River church, 6. 1186. 
Forks of Yadkin, address to people 
of from Rowan S. C, 10. 134. 
com. to answer people on and re- 
port on same, 10. 434-435. 
conference with people of, 10. 282. 
people of to elect officers. 10. 312. 
Forksee, Jno., Juror 26. 187. 
Forksee, Robt., Juror. 26. 187. 
Forksee, Wm., Jr., Juror. 26. 188. 



Forksey, Philip, Jr., quit rents of, 
248. 

Forksey, Robt., quit rents of. 22. 248. 

Formadas, Francisco, Sp. prisoner, 22. 
272. 

Forman, Caleb, lieut. of militia, 14. 
135. 

Forman, Ezeklel, asks for new county, 
8. 91. 

Forman, Hezeklah, asks for new coun- 
ty, 8. 92. 

Forman, Samuel, petition in behalf of 
for return from duty. 6. 858, 860. 

Formedon, form of, Eng. act on in 
force in N. C. 28. 318. 

Forms, Jno., army rank, 18. 1059. 

Form veil. See Ponveille, Fornville. 
etc. 

Formveil, John, Jr., a J. P., 8. 244. 

Fornegan's Bridge, 2. 805. 

Femes, John, army pay, 17. 210. 

Fornes, Jonathan, army pay, 17. 210. 

Fornes, Wm., army pay. 17. 210. 
army rank, 16. 1058. 

Forney, , prominent in Revolu- 
tion. 8. 730. 

Forney, Abraham, pensioner, 22. 65. 

Forney, H. A., 8. 752. 

Forney, Jacob, captain, 8. 1025. 
county coms'r, 28. 770. 803. 
on Tryon S. C. 10. 120, 162, 423. 
signs Tryon Asso., 10. 162. 

Forney, Jacob, in militia, 22. 281. 

Forney, Peter, pensioner, 22. 65. 

Forney family, pioneers, 8. 751. 

Fornication and adultery, act on, 23. 
5, 174. 
punishment for, 1. 626. 
trial for, 1. 622. 

Fornville. See Fonveille. Formveil. 

Fornville, John, a J. P., 8. 537. 

Forohack. See Frohock. 

Forohack, John, in militiii, 22. 366. 

Forqueharson, Cosmus, in militia. 22. 
385. 

Forree. See Forrey. Forry. 

Forree (Forrey, Ferree), John, admin- 
istrator. 2. 80. 
juryman, 2. 83, 89, 93, 95. 96, 102; 

26. 187. 
proves account, 2. 103. 

Forrest. See Forest. 

Forrest, , 10. 329. 

Forrest (Forest), M. de, 16. 764. 

Forrest, Col., 14. 705. 

Forrest, George, army pay, 17. 211. 

Forrest, Isaac, in Indian war, 10. 759. 



FORREST, STEPHEN 



37 



FORSTER, ROBERT 



Forrest, Stephen, Indian interpreter, 
11. 179, 184, 193. 

Forrest, Wm., Juror, 7. 842. 

Forrest, Wm., in army, 16. 740. 

Forrest, Wm., pensioner, 22. 65. 

Forrester, James, pensioner, 22. 66. 

Forrester, Thomas, army pay, 17. 211. 
army rank, 18. 1067. 

Forrey. See Forree, Forey. 

Forrey, Elizabeth, quit rents of, 22. 
248. 

Forrister, Capt., 10. 892. 

Forry. See Forree, Forrey. 

Forry, Maj., field officer, 12. 534. 

Forson (Foster?), Mr., land boundary, 
1. 271. 

Forson, Mr., land of, 1. 59. 

Forster. See Foster. 

Forster, , imports teas, 9. 1089. 

Forster (Forstor), Capt., 10. 663; 11. 
304, 781. 
buys lottery ticket, 11. 741, 742. 
claims of not paid by treasurer, 11. 

372, 373. 
ship of captured, 18. 96. 
to supply the King Tammany with 
stores, 10. 875. 

Forster, Lieut. Coi., introduced to Cas- 
well, 11. 662. 

Forster, Alexius Mason, in Assembly, 
18. 532, 533, 542, 553. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 1, 4, 7, 25, 27, 30, 

31, 35. 
on com. of Assem., 18. 534, 627. 
See also Foster, A. M. 

Forster, Ch., clerk of council, 8. 299, 
300. 

Forster, Francis, clerk S. C, 22. 295, 
297. 

Forster, Francis, deposition on mem- 
bers of Assembly from northern 
counties, 4. 1169-1170, 1233. 
in Assembly, 4. 1169. 
in council, 8. 123; 4. 1169. 

Forster (Foster), Francis, petition for 
land, 2. 226. 

Forster, l-lannah, imported, 1. 580. 

Forster, l-lenry, a J. P., 6. 799. 

Forster, l-lugh, petition on C. H.. 9. 
806-808. 

Forster, James, buys land, 1. 577. 

Forster, James, dead, IS. 759. 

Forster, James, petition, 21. 163. 

Forster, John, bill for relief of execu- 
tors, 21. 69, 80, 118, 122, 130. 

Forster, John, advances money for the 
General Washington, 11. 533. 



commands the General Washing- 
ton, 10. 877. 
Forster (Foster), John, contributes to 
S. C, 10. 437. 

death, 11. 528, 532. 

estate taxed, 16. 190. 

on S. C. of Wilmington, 10. 69, 72, 
93, 112, 124, 141, 151, 157, 158, 
159, 160, 161, 220, 263, 279, 283, 
298, 299, 304, 328, 331, 334, 335, 
348, 363, 388, 389, 393, 405, 410. 

411, 412, 419, 420, 421, 425, 426, 
431. 

orders men enlisted for the Wash- 
ington, 11. 640. 

payments to for public, 10. 647. 

to arm vessels, 10. 352. 

to Caswell on defence of Cape Fear 
River, 11. 401. 

to Caswell on need of aid to the 
General Washington, 11. 491-492. 

to protect channel of Cape Fear 
River, 10. 336. 

to receive powder material, 10. 394, 

412. ,, 
' to ship goods to get arms and am- 
munition, 10. 288, 292, 353. 

Forster, John, settler, 1. 76. 
Forster, John, settler, 1. 76. 
Forster, Richard, leader in Culpeper 
rebellion, 1. 256. See also Foster. 
Forster, Robert, affidavit against Bur- 
rington, 8. 122-123. 

assistant receiver of quit rents, 4. 
45. 

clerk of court of exchequer, 4. 44. 

clerk of council, 8. 260, 264, 266, 273, 
274, 284, 294, 302, 308, 310, 312, 
313, 413, 414, 416, 420, 421, 424, 
539, 542, 543, 545, 546, 557, 558, 
561, 573, 577, 578, 579, 580, 581, 
582, 583, 593, 594, 602, 641; 4. 31, 
35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 43, 45, 48, 85. 
86, 87. 101, 102, 103. 104, 105, 107, 
114, 122, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 
129, 131, 133, 144, 146, 152, 153. 

deputy secretary of State, 8. 156, 
175. 216-257, 467, 468, 469, 470, 471, 
491, 492, 493, 494; 4. 317, 1181, 
1182, 1206. 

enters land, 4. 1125. 

holds blank patents as deputy sec- 
retary, 4. 1104. 1118. 

land grants to, 4. 704. 

length of service as secretary, 8. 
200. 

summoned before Assembly, 8. 591. 



FRAZIER, SAMUEL 



60 



FREEHOLDERS 



Frazler, Samuel, claim allowed, 9. 

225; 22. 862. 
Frazier, Samuel, Juror, 8. 508, 509. 
Frazier, Thos., army rank, 16. 1059. 
Frazler, Wm., land grant to, 4. 804. 
Frazle, Dan'l, army rank, 16. 1056. 
Freame, Capt., killed, 16. 756, 757. 
Frear. See Freer, Frier. 
Frear, Rich'd, clerk pf Senate and H. 

C. 21. 733, 735, 882. 
Freasure, Andrew, petitions Assembly 

for relief, 9. 63-64. 
Freazer, Dan'l, army rank, 16. 1060. 
Frebiger, Col., and battle of Stoney 

Point, 14. 327, 328. 
Frederic, John, land grant to, 4. 221. 
Frederica, fort needed at, 6. 477. 
Frederick 11 (Great), makes treaty 

with U. S., 18. 609-620, 649, 676. 
Frederick, Chrisn., army rank, 16. 

1060. 
Frederick, Felix, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Frederick, Peter, in militia, 22. 330. 
Frederick, Philip, in militia, 22. 395. 
Frederick Co., Md., immigrants from, 

5. 1151-1152. 
Frederick Co., Va., 22. 97. 
tithables in 1756, 6. 564. 
Frederick Town, Md., 10. 870; 11. 

405; 22. 1009. 
Fields a prisoner in, 10. 803. 
N. C. prisoners paroled in, 11. 402. 
Frederick Town, S. C, 16. 644. 
Fredericks, Capt., 22. 311. 
Fredericksburg, N. Y., 18. ix. 
Fredericksburg, Va., 9. 1234, 1235; 

11. 673, 721; 12. 559, 662; 18. 

44. 372, 428; 14. 504, 576, 578, 

624, 627, 691; 16. 181, 701; 18. 

505, 621; 22. 574. 
troops at, 18. 495. 496. 
Frederlcksburgh, S. C, engraver at, 

16. 680. 
Frederlcksburgh (S. C.7 or Va.?), 14. 

514. 
Frederlcksburgh Camp, 18. 487. 
Frederickstown, old name for Bethany 

church, 8. 743. 
Frederrick, John, a J. P., 8. 257. 
Free, Thomas, regulator, 7. 809. 
Free negroes, 6. 529. 
act for them to leave N. C, 28. 65; 

for tax on mentioned, 8. 192; to 

prevent thefts by, 24. 890-1, 956. 
badges to show freedom, 24. 727-8. 
baptized, 6. 225. 
bound out contrary to their wish, 



8. 556, 557, 585, 590, 592-593, 620. 
petition, 2. 702-703; on intermar- 
riages of, 6. 295. 
See also Negroes. 
Free iSAason, sloop, 11. 776. 
Free School, Innes's bequest for, 6. 
xviil. 
See also Academies, Education, 
Schools. 
Free trade, demanded, 1. 273. 
for certain commodities, 1. 86. 
granted to Albemarle, 1. 172. 
in certain commodities, 1. 75. 
in naval stores proposed, 1. 598- 

599. 
See also Trade. 
Free Will Baptists, «. 1179. 
in Big Ivey Ass'n, 6. 1191. 
See also Baptists. 
Frebody, John, claim, 16. 382, 392, 
443. 
petition, 17. 290, 416; 16. 382. 
Freedom, brig, 22. 599. 
Freedom in N. C, 6. iii-vi. 
Freedom of slaves, conditions of, 28. 

203-204. 
Freedom of speech and of the press, 
guarded, 22. 18. 
provided for in Constn., 26. 201. 
Freedom of trade, in Clarendon Co., 
1. 154, 156. 
See also Trade. 
Freedom of worship, maintained, 28. 

978, 983. 
Freeholders, alone to be elected in 
Albemarle, 1. 333. 
are alone electors, 4. 98. 
ballot not confined to, 8. 560. 610. 
bill to limit franchise to, 8. 637; 
to secure titles for, 6. 348, 353, 
354, 357, 378, 379, 380. 384, 389, 
394, 402, 405, 406, 413, 414, 463, 
464, 465, 479, 522-523. 
definition, 26. 425. 
eligible for Assembly, 2. 214. 
in Cape Fear colony, powers, 1. 45. 
list of all in counties, 4. 513, 515- 

525, 526, 527. 
McCulloh to on registration of land 
grants and settlement of quit 
rents, 11. 66-72, 73; on regulation 
of land grants and payment of 
quit rents, 11. 54-59. 
office holders must be, 1. 197, 198, 

199, 201, 202. 
under Heath's patent, 1. 9. 
See also Franchise, Suffrage. 



FREELAND, GEO. 



51 



FRENCH, JOSEPH 



Freeland, Geo., act for land to, 24. 

629-30. 
land grant to, 19. 572. 
Freeland, Jacob, army pay, 17. 211. 
Freeland, James, a J. P., 28. 995. 
Freeland, James, act for land to, S4. 

629-30. 
land grant to, 19. 572. 
Freeland, James, asks pardon for 

Fruit, a. 93-94. 
Freeland, James, resigns, 21. 267, 293, 

638. 
Freeland, James, sherifF, 21. 1076. 
Freeland, John, in prison, 16. 489. 
Freemain, Jonathan, coms'r of John- 
ston, 28. 170. 
Freeman, Mr., 18. 1200. 
Freeman, Mr., 22. 670. 
Freeman, Daniel, in army, 16. 719. 

army rank, 18. 1056. 
Freeman, Daniel, payment to, 22. 441, 

462. 
Freeman, Edwd., army rank, 16. 1060. 
Freeman, Gabriel, claim, 9. 486. 
Freeman, Howell, army rank, 18. 

1060. 
Freeman, James, claim allowed, 22. 

402. 
Freeman, James, petitions on county 

bounds, 8. 633-635. 
Freeman, Jese, army rank, 18. 1059. 
Freeman, John, 9. 354. 
Freeman, John, a J. P., 4. 346. 
Freeman, John, a J. P., 28. 992. 
Freeman, John, buys land, 4. 34-35. 
Freeman, John, estate pays taxes, 6. 

797. 
Freeman, John, exempted, 8. 451. 
Freeman, John, fine remitted, 10. 3. 
Freeman, John, Juror, 4. 516. 
Freeman, John, land grant asked, 4. 

441. 
Freeman, John, prosecutes Rieussett, 

4. 1032, 1034, 1050. 
Freeman, J no., in militia, 22. 357. 
Freeman, John, in militia, 22. 494. 
Freeman, J no., Jr., quit rents of, 22. 

255. 
Freeman, Joshua, In militia. 22. 357. 
Freeman, Moses, army rank, 16. 1060. 
Freeman, Nathan, in army, 16. 720. 

army pay, 17. 210. 
Freeman, NathM, army rank, 16. 1057. 
Freeman, Phil I is, act to emancipate, 

24. 963. 
Freeman, Richard, army pay, 17. 210. 
Freeman, RIch'd, in militia, 22. 341. 



Freeman, RIch'd, in militia, 22. 358. 
Freeman, Richard, Juror, 4. 516. 
Freeman, Roger, army rank, 16. 1060. 
Freeman, Samuel, army pay, 17. 211. 
Freeman, Sam'l, a J. P., 28. 994. 
coms'r on building, 28. 973; on cap- 
tured arms, 17. 748-749, 752. 
in army, 16. 732; 18. 1057. 
in Assem., 17. 715; 19. 384, 388, 
389; on com. of Assem., 17. 648, 
727, 730, 755. 
on Surry S. C, 10. 228, 251. 
resigns as J. P., 19. 313. 
Freeman, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 378. 
Freeman, Samuel, Juror, 10. 2. 
Freeman, Samuel, Juror, 10. 3. 
Freeman, Thome., Juror, 4. 516. 

land grant to, 4. 56. 
Freeman, Wm., army rank, 18. 1059. 
Freeman, Thos., in militia, 22. 357. 
Freeman, Wm., in militia, 22. 357. 
Freeman, William, Juror, 4. 516. 
Freeman, Wm., Juror, 26. 186. 
Freeman, Wm., pensioner, 22. 65. 
Freeman, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 255. 
Freeman, Wm., Jr., in militia, 22. 358. 
Freemen, all allowed to vote, 8. 181, 
207. 
to elect members of Assembly, 4. 

88, 89. 
See also Franchise, Freeholders, 
Suffrage. 
Freer. See Frear, Frier. 
Freer, Richard, 21. 650, 875. 
Freer, Mrs. WInny, claims allowed, 10. 

954. 
Freights, bill to regulate on Cape Fear 

River, 6. 183, 184, 201. 
Frell, Alexander, petitions for new 
charter, 8. 79-80. 

French, 7-, 19. 942. 

French, , a reader, 1. 771. 

French, , and Gray, land grant to, 

4. 217. 

French, , reports on movements of 

British, 14. 623. 
French, Mr., wagon master, 14. 578. 
French, Jas., in militia, 22. 429. * 
French, John, petition on separation, 

22. 705-13. 
French, John, sent to the Alabama 

fort, 6. 613. 
French, Jos., in militia, 22. 341. 
French, Jos., on S. G. of Onslow, 8. 

1237. 
French, Joseph, petitions, 6. 77. 
French, Joseph, regulator, 8. 79. 



FRENCH, LIAFFORD 



52 



FRENCH, THE 



French, LiafTord, pensioner, 22. 65. 
French, Michael, rights proved, 4. 706. 
French, Neal, regulator, 8. 79. 
French, Richard, forbidden to marry 
and baptize, 2. 72. 

in Assembly, 26. 159. 
French, Richard, land grants to, 4. 

58, 219. 
French, Richard, witness, 1. 549, 550, 

605. 
French, Samuel, allowance to, 22. 822. 
French, Samuel, county coms'r, 28. 

590, 591. 
French, Thos., in militia, 22. 343. 
French, The, 6. 387; 11. 185, 204. 

act against exportation of provisions 
to, 6. 601; for bills of credit for 
use against, 28. 392-8, 516-8. 539- 
541; for defense against, 28. 422- 
424; for grant to be used against, 
26. 331-3, 338, 345-8, 361-4, 370-2, 
393, 394-5, 457-8; for militia to be 
used against, 26. 393; to raise 
volunteers against, 28. 417; 26. 
310. 

advance along the mountains, 6. 
393. 

affidavits on Davis's threats against, 
18. 425, 429-430. 

aid English among Indians, 10. 779, 
780. 

aid of. 14. 637, 638. 

and Indians, 26. 357. 

and peace negotiations, 14. 267-268. 

army of, 22. 586. 

arrive in Hampton Roads, 16. 424. 

arrival considered, 16. 68. 

at Mobile, 2. 177, 179. 

at war with English, 8. 537. 

attack Carolina, 2. 196; R. I., 18. 
470. 

attacked by Cherokees*7. 239. 

besiege N. Y., 16. 536. 

blockade British in Chesapeake 
Bay. 17. 993, 994. 

brig of captured, 11. 774. 

bring in dry goods, 18. 362-363. 

British West Indies to be delivered 
to, 2. 160. 

capture Maule, 1. 728. 

cargo lost, 4. 1304. 

cattle for troops of, 18. 533. 

cede forts in the South, 11. 182; N. 
O. to Spain, 8. 1320. 

Chariol on regiment of, 18. 129-130. 

Cherokees attacked, 6. 589. 

Choctaws declare against, 11. 204. 



colonies exposed to, 1. 547. 

command seas and fleet of expect- 
ed, 14. 190. 

company of recruited in N. C, 11. 
479. 

dangers from, 8. 879; to S. C, 8. 
11; of Indians going over to, 1. 
603. 

debauch Indians, 4. 472. 

deceive Southern Indians, 11. 180, 
181. 

defeat British, fleet, 16. 642; in East 
Indies, 16. 492. 

designs against English, 2. 190-191, 
192. 

desire Carolana, 2. 350. 

displease Arkansas I., 7. 281-282. 

dispute over wreck of vessel, 18. 
147. 

effort to excel indigo of, 4. 871. 

encroachments of, 6. 151; discussed, 
6. 178, 179; on English, 2. 423; 
on Ohio mentioned, 6. 170; to be 
prevented, 8. 50. 

engage English in R. I., 18. 211. 

enlistment of causes trouble in New- 
born, 18. 142-143. 

evacuate La. and Fla., 7. 214. 

expel Natchez, 7. 281. 

expulsion from Canada and La. de- 
sirable, 6. 462. 

fear of, 1. 632; in Va., 1. 811, 812, 
814. 

fleet. See French fleet. 

freedom to in S. C, 2. 905. 

frauds in trade, 1. 245. 

frontiers exposed to, 6. xlix. 

furnish supplies to Indians, 1. 863. 

gain Indians on Miss. River, 2. 422. 

goods sent to N. C, 18. 29, 32, 368, 
378, 462. 

have correspondence with Chero- 
kees, 6. 612-614. 

have faction among Choctaws, 7. 
237, 239; 11. 177; large sea force, 
16. 752. 

help to by ruin of S. C, 1. 640. 

help Yemassees, 2. 197. 

imported for silk cultivation, 6. 332. 

in Chowan Co., 6. 894. 

in Conn., 16. 561. 

in league with Cherokees, 6. xlix. 

in Va. to have titles confirmed, 16. 
891-892. 

in W. I. and off Charleston, 16. 374. 

Indians as defense against, 1. 706; 
to be won over to English, 6. 



FRENCH, THE 



63 



FRENCH, THE 



1090; to be used against* 1. 556, 
845. 

inflame Indians, 7. 109, 111; 18. 605. 

influence in La., 8. 266; over In- 
dians erased, 7. 164; feared, 6. 
635, 637, 638; Senecas to Join Tus- 
caroras, 1. 861. 

instigate Creeks, 6. lii; massacres 
in S. C, 2. 421. 

intrigue with Choctaws, 7. 280. 

invade Rhine provinces, 8. 728. 

invited to settle in South, 17. 519. 

killed by Chickasaws, 11. 177. 

know Lookout harbor, 6. 572. 

land goods in S. C, 1. 545; troops 
at Sunbury, 14. 697; in Va., 22. 
586. 

land west of Mississippi to be sur- 
rendered to, 2. 351. 

laws of (?), 22. 723. 

line of forts mentioned, 7. 287. 

loan from, 18. 280, 281, 527, 530, 531. 
543, 703, 780; 20. 397, 451, 784. 

location, 16. 527; of troops, 16. 641. 

lose Canada, 18. 999. 

make Catawbas dissatisfied, 6. xlix; 
Creeks Jealous of English, 7. 214; 
offers to Cherokees, 22. 675. 

Mass. open to, 1. 469. 

may land troops in Ga., 16. 414. 

movements, 22. 1029; in R. I., 16. 
291; in Va., 22. 586-8, 592. 

negroes to be sold to, 7. 213. 

no influence with Catawbas, 1 1 . 189. 

no trade with in war times, 6. 1139- 
1140. 

not accepted as substitutes, 24. 336. 

not to trade to N. C, 8. 116-117. 

numbers as compared with English, 
2. 191. 

number of troops in N. Y., 18. 464; 
in R. L, 16.309, 310. 

occupy the Mississippi, 8. 10, 111. 

plunder coast of C, 8. 77; Pala- 
tines, 1. 909. 

power increasing in A., 1. 537. 

presence, 6. 25. 

privateers at Cape Lookout, 6. 598, 
599. 

protection from needed at Cape 
Lookout, 6. 598. 

provisions for imported from Ire- 
land, 6. 645-646. 

Quakers accused of correspondence 
with, 1. 371. 

recruited for service of Va., 11. 508, 
509, 516. 



recruits arrive, 22. 536. 

regiment of to be raised in N. C. 
discussed, 18. 220-222, 223, 484. 

reinforcements expected from, 14. 
564. 

reports on possessions of, 8. 605, 
617. 618. 

said to have captured Dominica, 18. 
240. 

sail to Charleston, 16. 657. 

sailors of the Ferdinand run away, 
18. 389. 

sell arms and ammunition, 22. 604. 

services at St. Dennis conducted 
in, 8. 529. 

settle C, 2. 763, 764; in Pa., 8. 728; 
on Neuse River, 1. 714; on Pam- 
lico, Neuse and Trent, 1. x-xi. 

settlements of, 2. 383. 

ship at Ocracock, 18. 132, 134; cap- 
tured at Ocracock, 18. 397-398; 
plundered by Teach, 2. 334, 335, 
336, 337, 339, 340, 341, 344. 

ships burned at Martinico, 1. 159. 

should be driven from La., 8. 264. 

sign treaty, 22. 623. 

spoken by Urmston, 2. 432. 

supply Mohawk and Shawnese with 
ammunition, 10. 773-774, 775, 778. 

support to silk growers, 6. 686, 714- 
715. 

take British islands, 22. 984; coc- 
quets of vessels, 1. 468; Dominica 
and Turk's Island, 18. 243; 22. 
985; Gale as prisoner, 2. 284; 
Pensicola, 2. 421, 423; possession 
of British Islands, 18. 238; St. 
Kitts, 16. 537; the St. Vincent, 
14. 335; the MoUey and Pegy, 4. 
1119; Tobago, 16. 588. 

threaten to come into S. C. from 
France, Canada and Mobile, 2. 
179. 

threats to bring Indians down on 
Md., 1. 666. 

to be asked not to sell arms to In- 
dians, 2. 189. 

to be removed from Miss., 8. 974, 
975. 

to be restrained in S. C, 2. 908. 

to remove beyond Miss., 11. 181. 

to supply Indians with arms, 10. 
661. 

trade in West Indies, 6. 319. 

traders from among Indians, 7. 281. 

treat with Cherokees against Ameri- 
cans, 22. 494. 



J^RENCH AMERICA 



U 



FfeENCH iSLANbS 



troops, expected at Phila., 14. 497; 

in W. L, 11. 44. 
try to injure English, 2. 231-232; 
to seduce Cherokees, 11. 132, 152. 
vessel of captured by British and 
quarrel over, 14. 253; captured, 
driven on coast and reloaded, 18. 
330-331. 
visit Cape Lookout, 6. 1027. 
vote of in S. C, 2. 908. 
war against, 4. 821; reported, 22. 

675. 
See also France. 
French America, illegal trade with, 6. 

1021. 
French Battery, Charleston, 16. 42. 
French beef, 17. 656. 
French Broad Baptist Association, his- 
tory, 6. 1185, 1190-1191. 
French Broad church, 6. 1190. 
French Broad River, 6. 1190; 10. 665, 
713, 842, 883, 884, 885, 895; 12. 
239; 18. 116; 16. 710; 17. 579, 
584; 16. 596, 758; 18. 956, 941, 
943, 944, 950; 20. vii, 513, 643, 646, 
656, 689, 692; 21. v, 460, 498, 501, 
515, 530, 531, 535, 546, 640, 709; 
22. 106. 146, 649. 678, 681, 683. 
695, 703, 704. 716, 719, 720, 721, 
725, 727, 789, 1007; 24. 160, 478, 
479, 566, 830; 26. 4, 6. 
bill to extend authority of N. C. 
over, and for relief of, 21. 220, 
225, 258, 266, 271, 276, 348, 356. 
366-367, 591, 626, 635-636, 683. 
Indian lands and explorations on, 

16. 959. 
intruders on, 16. 799. 810, 925. 
lands north of wanted by whites, 17. 
77; on ceded, 22. 650; reserved for 
soldiers, 24. 338; improved and 
beyond, 17. 12, 14, 16; to be en- 
tered, 22. 671. 
petition from people on, 18. 521, 
523, 524; 21. 252, 317, 613, 614; 
on lands, 20. 489. 549; for new 
county on, 21. 48, 54. 
treaty to be held on, 20. 551, 552, 
582, 583; and lands to be bought, 
22. 722-3. 
whites on, 20. 780. 
French Broad Settlement, petition 

from, 21. 24. 
French Canadians, 20. 741. 
French Church, in St. Dennis Parish, 

S. C/., 8. o91. 
French coins, act on what are current 



in S. C, 26. 142. 

value, 24. 486. 
French Colonies, 17. 71. 
French Company, in Charleston gar- 
rison, 16. 398. 
French Creek, fort needed on, 6. 465, 

467. 
French drum, 22. 883. 
French fleet, 14. 623, 651, 652, 721; 16. 
61, 278, 643, 662; 17. 929, 930; ar- 
rival considered, 14. 635; 16. 537. 

arrives, 14. 518, 781; 16. 519; and 
size, 16. 630; 22. 554; at Marti- 
nique, 16. 338; in Boston, 16. 570; 
at Boston, 18. 219, 240; 22. 981, 
986; at Cape Francois, 16. 332, 692; 
at N. T., 16. 585; at Sandy Hook, 
22. 975. 

blockade British, 14. 865; at N. Y., 
14. 650. 

blockaded, 14. 709, 864; at R. I., 16. 
58. 

capture British frigates, 22. 586. 

delayed, 14. 588, 589. 

deserts S. C, 16. 332. 

difficulty in getting supplies for, 18. 
239; expected, 14. 748, 772, 826; 
at South, 14. 396. 

in Martinique, 22. 593-4; in Va., 17. 
985, 986, 987. 1030. 

leaves the Delaware, 18. 460. 

location, 14. 563; 22. 586. 

movements of, 18. 463. 

no news from, 14. 634. 

off Va. coast, 16. 602. 

report on, 14. 690. 

reported, 14. 660-661. 

said to have arrived, 14. 743. 

Senf on, 14. 672. 

supplies for scarce, 22. 985. 

to be attacked, 16. 91. 93. 

work in R. I., 22. 977, 978. 
French gold, 2. 336, 338. 
French horn, 22. 439. 
French Indians, 6. 140. 

cause depredations, 6. xlix. 604-605. 

fight near Salisbury, 6. xlvii. 

murders by, 6. 148, 313. 

Senecas against, 1. 882. 
French indigo, must be bought by 
Irish, 6. 319. 

used in Ireland, 6. 323. 
French interpreter, position of should 

be established, 18. 335-336. 
French Islands, 6. 323; 17. 800, 801, 
802, 887. 

powder imported from, 11. 287. 



FRENCH LANGUAGE 



55 



FRENCH WAR 



proposition to seize and sell slaves 

in, 8. 1173. 
success in, 8. 18. 
trade with discussed, 8. 1034. 
victories over, 8. 9. 
French language, notices posted in, 
24. 555, 894. 
taught in Newber'n, 18. 335. 
French Lick, 18. 524; 26. 32, 33. 
act for town near, 24. 616-17. 
bill for road to, 18. 576, 592; to es- 
tablish town at, 18. 550, 551, 552, 
557, 592, 660. 
proposed treaty ground with In- 
dians, 18. 441. 
vested in com'rs, 24. 915. 
French minister, sick, 16. 454. 
French neutrals, appear in N. C, 6. 

655. 
French ports, act on exports to, 28. 
437 ; to permit exports to, 26. 326- 
327, 
bill to prevent exports to, 6. 507, 
509, 510, 512, 515, 528, 539, 540, 
544, 547, 549, 551, 552, 553. 
French privateer, captured, 1. 797. 
on coast, 6. 345, 346. 
plunder coast, 6. 316. 
French Protestants, sent to N. C, 1. 

529. 
French regiment, breaks up, 18. 472. 
case of discussed, 18. 226-228, 230, 
231-232. 
French Revel ut ion, 22. 795. 
French salt, 8. 1030. 

needed in N. C, 6. 317. 
French war, 1. 631, 632. 

neglect by colonies in, 1. 547. 
French War and Indian War, (1754- 
1763), 6. 153, 326-327, 1226; 8. 58; 
18. 779; 11. 197. 
absorbs money for churches, build- 
ings and schools, 6. 573. 
account of N. C. aid in, 6. 738-739. 
act for aid mentioned, 6. 276, 304. 

378, 390-391. 
address to King for aid in defences, 
6. 633; on peace, 8. 1133-1134, 
1142, 1143, 1204, 1205, 1213. 
advice of council on aid bill, 8. 633- 

634. 
aid asked by Va., 6. 109. 
aid bill discussed, 8. 538-539; passed, 

8. 266, 267-268. 
aid for discussed, 6. 215, 218, 235, 
238, 239, 333; atrocities of, 6. 519- 
520, 558-559; from Catawbas, 6. 



580, 583, 584; from N. C, 6. xxv, 
xxvii-xxxi, 110-111, 112, 118, 123. 
124-125, 126-128, 129, 130-131, 137, 
144c, U4h, 147-148, 155, 171, 176, 
178, 179-180, 211. 312. 313. 366, 
367-368, 369-372, 393-394, 400, 401, 
402, 407, 408-409, 414, 421-422, 429. 
447, 562, 576-577, 599-600, 601, 606, 
607-608, 638-641. 761-763, 806, 926- 
927. 932-933, 934-935. 949. 964, 986, 
1001, 1002-1003. 1013-1014. 1041. 
1054, 1063. 1095-1096; 8. x-xi, xii; 
aid in. Lamb on act for, 8. 748; 
from Pa., 6. 447; from S. C, 6. 
401, 407; discussed, 6. 378-380, 391- 
393; from Va., 6. 428, 430, 434; 
granted under restraint, 6. 137; 
refused by Va.. 6. 138-139; to S. 
C. 6. 816-817; to Va.. 6. xxiii; 
from N. C, 8. xliii. 

aids to be audited. 8. 418. 

Amherst on need of more troops, 
8. 706; on successes in. 8. 708. 

and war with Cherokees. 8. 313-315. 

appropriations for, 6. 190. 687-688. 
736-737. 

arms, amount. 6. 134. 

Assembly on, 6. 702; on results of, 
6. 524; refuses aid to and Dobbs's 
action. 8. 712-713-714; to Dobbson, 
6. 691-692. 712; and answer. 6. 
844-845. 846; on appropriations 
for, 6. 226-227; to gov. on failure 
of aid bill and answer, 8. 371, 373; 
to King on, 6. 1094-1095; on dan- 
ger from, 6. 682-683, 710-711. 

bill for aid, 6. 181, 182, 185, 188. 190. 
193. 196. 197. 198. 204, 205, 207, 
208. 211. 229, 230. 242. 243-244. 246, 
247-248. 250. 258. 260. 261. 263, 266. 
267. 268-269, 279, 280. 281. 286-287. 
288. 289.290,309. 310.^12.502. 503, 
504, 515, 526-527, 529-530, 533, 534, 
553, 674, 675, 677. 678-679, 687, 720, 
721. 722, 723, 724, 727, 728. 734. 833, 
834. 836-839. 840. 842, 846-847, 848. 
849, 850. 851, 852. 855. 856, 857-858. 
859. 860-861, 862, 865-866, 878. 880, 
881. 883. 884, 888. 894. 905. 909-910. 
913. 916, 918, 923. 924, 1003. 1004. 
1005. 1006, 1007, 1008, 1010, 1011, 
1024, 1025, 1027, 1036, 1063, 1066, 
1067. 1068, 1069, 1073, 1076-1077, 
1079, 1080, 1097; 8. 34-40. 90. 9 J. 
92-93. 102-103, 104, 105. 107. 109- 
110. 112. 125, 131, 147, 149-150, 151, 
152. 153, 154, 155, 156, 158, 159, 



FRENCH WAfe 



66 



FRENCH WAR 



169, 173, 180, 183, 185, 195, 196, 
198, 200, 358, 359, 396, 398, 400, 
402, 403, 405, 407, 408-409, 415-416, 
421, 422, 423, 425, 426-427, 428, 429, 
430, 432, 433, 437-438, 442, 443, 
446, 452, 458, 460, 461, 462, 463, 
467-468, 469. 475, 479, 484, 488, 489- 
490. 491, 492, 495, 497, 499-500, 502, 
503-504, 509-510, 511, 512-513, 515- 
516, 517-518, 519, 654, 655, 656, 659, 
661, 691, 692, 694, 695, 696; dis- 
cussed, 6. 54-56; fortunes, 6. 243- 
244, 248-249; passed without quo- 
rum, 6. xxvi; for raising recruits 
for, 6. 270. 271, 273, 274, 275, 279, 
291, 293, 296, 309; to encourage 
men to enlist for, 6. 188, 189, 193, 
195. 207. 

Board of Trade to Dobbs on, 6. 663- 
564, 748-749, 750. 

bounty given in, 6. 322-323. 

Bouquet's orders to Sumner, 6. 317- 
318. 

campaign disarmed, 6. xxii. 

Catawbas on, 6. 144a-144&. 

causes to be explained to Indians, 
6. 974-975. 

causes Stamp act, 7. iii. 

character and extent of bill for, 6. 
216. 

charges on application of aids for 
and answer, 6. 280-288. 

circular to governors in N. A. on 
preparations for, 6. liid-liif. 

claims of officers and others to be 
paid, 6. 922-923, 925. 

commissary and surgeon provided 
for companies, 6. 921-922. 

committee to consider ways and 
means for aid to, 6. 392, 395-396. 

conditions under which aid bill pass- 
ed, 6. 9^4. 

conduct of in South. 6. 60-62. 

conference of governors on, 6. 750- 
752. 

congratulations on, 6. 157; on suc- 
cess in, 6. 9. 

controlled by colonies, 6. xvii. 
*^cost of N. C. troops in N. Y. and 
Va. and S. C, 6. 799-800, 801. 802. 
803-804. 

Creeks incited, 6. 259-260, 264; mur- 
der traders, 6. 439. 

debt from. 6. 988, 1154; 8. xvi. 

declared, 6. 606, 608. 

defeat in mentioned, 6. 1202. 

defence of South considered, 6. 786- 



787, 805-807. 809. 

defenses in, 6. 810; on Ohio, 6. 172- 
173. 

delay of N. C. troops, 6. 136. 

difficulties and disasters discussed, 
6. 131-133. 138-140.' 

difficulty of paying N. C. troops, 6. 
574-575. 

Dinwiddle on preparations for, 6. 
110-111, 112, 118, 124-125, 126-128, 
129, 130, 131-135, 370-371; to Dobbs 
on, 6. 393-394, 400-402, 407-408, 409- 
410, 412, 421-422, 426-429. 438, 444, 
445-447, 561-562, 568-569, 577-578, 
584-585, 589, 606-607. 608-611, 637, 
743, 765-766, 783; to Halifax on, 6. 
431-436; to Innes on, 6. 401, 402, 
404, 408-409, 418-419, 421, 578; to 
Loudoun on, 6. 634-636, 767; to 
Shirley on Dunbar, 6. 429-431. 

discussed by Assembly, 6. 194-195. 

Dobbs advances money for, 6. 1141, 
1142. 1143-1144, 1161, 1214, 1216; 
on action of Assembly on aid to, 
6. 40-41; on aid bill, 6. 521; on 
character of bill for, 6. 257-258; 
on end of, 6. 1218-1219, 1221; to 
Assembly on. 6. 526, 735-736; and 
answer, 6. 495-496, 499, 658-659, 
660, 662, 830-1, 832-3, 869-871, 871- 
872, 891, 893, 998-1000, 1001, 1002, 
1011. 1013-1014, 1015-1016, 1041; 6. 
86-87, 88, 89, 99-100, 101, 115, 120, 
133, 139, 141, 346, 347, 348, 349, 

• 369-370, 373, 639, 640-641, 666, 669- 
670, 679, 683, 684, 686-688, 690-691, 
695, 802-804, 805-806, 811. 813-814, 
in8, 822-823, 828, 835-837, 838, 840, 
900 ; on French plan of aggrandize- 
ment, 6. 220-225; on success and 
answer, 6. 448-450, 451, 452, 471- 
473, 476-477, 478; to Board of 
Trade on, 6. 560, 638-641. 753, 964; 
on preparations for, 6. 462-479; 
to Egremont on. 6. 699; to Fox 
on, 6. 601-602. 638; to Pitt on. 
6. 754-755; 6. 24-25. 

effect on N. C, 6. 238; defeat of 
Braddock, 6. 1221. 

Egremont on Assembly's refusal of 
aid. 6. 736-737. 

emissions for, 6. 213, 214. 

end of, 6. 973, 976, 991, 992, 1260. 
1262. 

expenses considered. 6. 351-352; and 
colony exhausted, 6. viii. 

failure to give aid in, 6. 32-4, 40-41. 



B^RENCa WAR 



67 FR. WINDWARD ISLANDS 



fights, 6. 13&-136; reported, 6. 368- 

369. 
finances of, 6. 615. 
financial aids to, 6. xlv. 
fort built among Cherokees, 6. 655- 

656. 
garrisons needed and end of, 6. 965- 

966. 
grant of aid to Va., N. C. and S. C, 

6. ix, X, xi. 
hopes for conquest, 6. 221. 
Indian territory invaded, 6. 135. 
Indians stirred up, 6. 335. 
information as to number of troops 

asked and pay for same, 6. 957- 

958. 
instructions to Assembly on bill for 

aid in, 6. 43-45. 
letters on mentioned, 6. 193. 
Loudoun to Dobbs on aid from N. 

C, 6. 925-926. 
men needed for, 6. 234. 
militia put in training, 6. 816. 
misapplication of funds, 6. 1051. 
mutiny of troops, 6. 136-7. 
no pay for troops, 6. 136-137. 
N. C. first to send beyond borders 

for, 10. xi. 
N. C. troops disband and reasons, 

6. 139-140; not sustained in Va., 

6. 123. 
number of French troops, 6. 130. 
on frontiers of Va., 6. 608. 
orders of Bouquet to Sumner on, 

6. 326. 
part of N. C. in, 6. x-xviii. 
pay of troops in, 6. 1063. 
paymaster deducts from pay of 

troops, 6. 548. 
payment for provisions to Indian 

allies, 6. 978-982, 985; of troops in 

discussed, 6. 111-112; on account 

of, 6. 967, 968; to troops, 6. 887. 
pension to soldiers of, 7. 302-303, 

359, 362, 376. 
Pitt to Dobbs on raising troops in 

N. C. for, 6. 789-791 ; to N. A. gov- 
ernors on, 6. 743-745. 
plan for defense mentioned, 6. 650; 

of operations agreed on, 6. 144f- 

144i;. 
preparations for, 6. 366; in N. C, 

6. 357-358, 364. 
prisoners to be returned, 6. 132. 
privateers in, 6. 239-240. 
probable cause, 6. 264. 
proclamation for fasting and prayer 



over, 6. 931-932. 
proposed movements in, 11. 122-123. 
provisions for, 6. 411; for surgeon 

and commissary, 6. 887; forward- 
ed, 6. 561; sent to N. Y., 6. 795; 

sent to Va., 6. 795-796; to be sent 

to Will's Creek, 6. 400, 402. 
quarrel over disposition of grant by 

Parliament, 6. x-xii. 
rank gives trouble, 6. 128, 133; set- 

Ued by King, 6. 152. 
recruiting expenses should be paid 

by Assembly, 6. 255, 256. 
recruits to be made for, 6. 133. 
report on finances, 6. 204, 205; on 

progress of, 6. 135-136; on public 

bills of credit issued in, 6. 1309. 
requisition for troops and action on 

same, 6. xii-xiii. 
results of encroachments on Eng- 
lish allies by settlers, 6. 583-584. 
Robinson on enlistments for, 6. 330; 

to governors of N. A. on, 6. 337- 

338. 
Rogers paid for capturing Indian, 

6. 354, 384, 387. 
school and glebe funds borrowed 

for, 6. 658, 661, 691, 1154a. 
spirit to be kept up, 6. 334. 
struggle over bill for aid in, 6. xviii, 

xx-xxi. 
Sumner ordered to Ft. Cumberland, 

6. 242. 
supplies voted for, 11. 123. 
taxes from, 6. 232. 
thanksgiving hymn, 6. 62-64, 65. 
treatment of prisoners, 6. 638. 
troops in desert and pay to, 11. 122, 

123; needed, 6. 592-594; not raised, 

6. 764; raised, 6. 792; sent to 

N. Y., 6. xxvii; to be raised, 6. 

324-326, 379-80; 11. 137-9, 140-142, 

145-146. 
Tuscaroras to be enlisted for, 6. 

1012. 
use of funds for criticised, 6. 410- 

411, 415. 
Washington on commanders and 

rank in, 6. 128-129. 
French West Indies, 10. 701, 962. 
natives of to serve in Amer. army. 

12. 692, 714; 18. 119-120, 122. 
trade with, 10. 636, 637, 640, 691. 

694, 969, 707; 21. 541-542. 
French Windward islands, 18. 253. 
Bretigny's address to gov., 18. 778- 

779. 



FRENCH'S LANDING 



58 



PROHOCK, JOHN 



French's Landing, inspection at, 28. 

791. 
Frenister, Wm., pensioner, 22. 66. 
Frenton, Thos., soldier, 16. 797. 
Fresenhede, Germany, 6. 766. 
Freshwater, Thos., refuses to take 

oath, 18. 446. 
Fretinberry, John, regulator, 7. 809. 
Frey, Philip M., pensioner, 22. 65. 
Friday, Nicholas, coms'r of buildings, 

24. 472, 646; on town, 24. 778. 
on Tryon S. C, 10. 120, 162. 247. 

296, 423. 
Friday's Ferry, 22. 111. 
Fried berg, asks relief from oath, 6. 

1153-1154. 
population, 6. 1158-1159. 
settlements of, 6. 1148, 1150, 1152, 

1153, 1162. 
Frieden's church, history, 8. 738. 
Frieden's Lutheran church, 6. 774, 

776. 
Friedland, population, 6. 1158-1159. 
settlement of. 6. 1148, 1153, 1154- 

1155; begun, 6. 1151; description 

of, 6. 1162. 
Friendly, Thos., 16. 566. 
Friends. See Quakers. 
Friends Assist, ship, 6. 261. 
Frier. See Frear, Freer. 
Frier (Freear), Richard, allowance 

to, 21. 426. 
Friesand, Mr., school teacher, 8. 762. 
Frieze, Jnc, army rank, 16. 1059. 
Frigatt, James, law suit, 1. 480. 
Frigit, Thos., killed, 18. 609. 
Frilye, Grace, gives power of attorney, 

1. 605. 
sells, 1. 605. 
Frilye, Wm., gives power of attorney, 

1. 605. 
sells, 1. 605. 
Frint, John, in Hillsboro riot, 8. 245. 
Frint, Levi, land grant to, 4. 851. 
Friout, Jacob, voter, 16. 238. 
Frisbee, Edward, juror, 4. 523. 
Frisby, Edward, exempted, 6. 1069. 
Frisby, Edward, land grant to, 4. 603, 

892. 
Fritchey, Rev. John G., forms classis, 

8. 757. 
pastor of German Reformed church- 
es, 8. 751, 752, 753, 754. 
Frith, John, petition, 1. 305-306. 
Frith Street, London, 6. 716. 
Fritts, Geo., pensioner, 22. 66. 
Frog Point, British defeat at, 10. 865. 



Frohock. See Frahock; Ferohock. 

Frohock, » 10. 313. 

Frohock,. , appears for prisoners, 

6. 1017. 

Frohock, Deputy Auditor, dead, 8. 799. 

Frohock, Mr., gets judgment and dis- 
cussion of same, 16. 464-465. 

Frohock, Col., erects iron factory, 6. 
xlviii, 496. 

Frohock (Frohawk), John, 6. 1070; 

7. 32, 754, 825; 6. 179, 180, 224. 
638; 8. 311. 

a J. P., 6. 339, 799. 

agrees to disgorge fees, 6. 521-522, 

646, 647. 
and Cherokee boundary, 7. 460, 467, 

468, 853, 998, 1000. 
and the regulation, 8. zli-xlii. 
asks regulation on fees, 6. 49. 
at council of war, 7. 842. 
beaten, 7. 37, 38. 
bond as clerk of Salisbury district, 

6. 18-19. 

building coms*r, 28. 750, 751. 
clerk, 8. 298. 
commands militia, 7. xiii. 
commissioner on census of McCul- 

loh people, 6. xxxiii. 
county coms'r, 28. 590, 591; and 

town coms'r, 28. 772. 
dead, 8. 318. 
delivers letter, 7. 822; of regulators, 

7. 927. 

deposition mentioned, 7. 10, 34-35, 37. 

excused from service against reg- 
ulators, 6. 701. 

extortions of developed by the sys- 
tem, 8. xxviii. 

in Assembly. 6. 364, 428, 442, 452, 
455, 458, 459, 460, 461, 478, 479, 483. 
484, 489, 492, 494. 497. 514, 518, 
662, 800. 805. 811. 817. 818. 821, 
829, 846. 858. 863, 875, 881, 903. 
910, 911, 926, 946, 950, 1228, 1258, 
1259. 1262, 1270, 1274, 1275, 1303; 
7. 296, 300, 308. 317. 320, 342, 343, 
345, 350, 353, 354, 360, 371, 378, 
379, 385, 388. 389, 390, 391, 394, 
395, 396, 397, 399, 567, 573. 577, 
626. 

indicted for extortion, 6. 68, 69, 70. 

letter on regulators mentioned, 8. 
548. 

makes agreement on Cherokee 
boundary. 7. 469-471. 

on Cherokee boundary expedition, 
7. 991, 995, 1000, 1003. 1007. 



**ROHOCit, THOS. 



69 



FROST, JONAS 



on claims com., 22. 818, 823, 824, 
830, 835, 840, 847. 

on com. of Assembly, 6. 350, 369, 
453, 483. 486, 812, 817, 823, 907, 
1222, 1259; 7. 297, 346, 653, 670, 
571. 

ordered to raise militia against reg- 
ulators, 6. 698. 

orders to on regulators, 8. 545, 704. 

produces scalps, 22. 822, 826. 

reports on land riots in Anson, 6 
793-796; on population of Selwyn 
tract, 7. 451-462; on public claims, 
6. 738-744; on settlers on McCul- 
loh grants, 7. 275, 276-277. 

road coms'r, 28. 754. 

sells office, 7. 808. 

surety, 8. 18-19. 

to build jail, 28. 621. 

to hold money for Keasey, 8. 833, 
836. 

to take census of Selwyn grants, 8. 
775, 798; 7. 278. 

to Tryon on proposed settlement 
with regulators in Rowan, 8. 533- 
636. 

tries to end regulation, 7. xxxiv. 

Tryon orders militia called out, 8. 
684-685; to on regulator settle- 
ment in Rowan, 8. 545. 
Frohock (Frohawk), Thos., agrees to 
disgorge fees, 8. 521-622. 

deposition quoted, 8. 69. 

pays taxes for McCulloh, 22. 899. 

surety, 8. 318. 

takes oath as clerk, 8. 19. 

town coms'r, 28. 810. 

witness, 7. 114. 
Frohock (Frohawk), Thomas, in As- 
sembly, 17. 382, 395, 406, 425; 
18. 10, 229, 254, 266, 278, 284, 286. 
297, 311, 312, 344, 345, 346, 361, 
361, 362, 376, 399, 412, 414, 429, 
469, 470, 471; 18. 610, 626, 633, 
540, 604, 611, 613, 614, 622, 636, 
638, 643, 644, 645, 667, 671, 675, 
677, 682, 688. 

officer, 18. 449. 

on com. of Assem., 18. 9, 30, 31, 44, 
84, 96, 112, 197, 237, 238, 263, 274, 
283, 315, 326, 341. 

petition, 18. 104, 126, 176, 193, 351, 
448. 

school trustee, 24. 690. 
Frohock (Frohawk), Wm., agrees to 
disgorge fees, 8. 521-522. 

appointed clerk of Rowan county 



court and gives bond, 8. 318. 
claims, 22. 406. 
complaints against for extortion, 8. 

69. 
on Cherokee boundary expedition, 

7. xiii, 992, 1009. 
to disarm Haggains, 18. 593. 
Frohock Camp, 7. 827, 829. 
Frohock'8 Mill, 14. 678; 16. 641, 642. 
Froi liner, Henry, claim, 8. 489. 
Fromentier, John Baptlste, deserter, 

11. 823. 
Froneberry, Wm., in militia, 22. 282. 
Front Street, Newbern, 28. 708, 711; 

24. 246, 247. 
Front Street, Wilmington, 24. 725. 
Frontier counties, 8. 25. 
Frontiers, act for defense of, 28. 90, 
417, 400, 422-4, 440, 475; 26. 310; 
for new station to protect, 24. 
974-6; 26. 63; for road from to 
Wilmington, 28. 753-4 ; for tax for 
defense of, 26. 331-3, 345-8, 350-2, 
361-4, 393, 394-5, 397, 457-8. 
bill for defense of, 6. 833, 834, 836- 
839, 840, 842, 846-847, 848, 849, 850, 
851, 862, 865. 856, 857-858, 869, 
860-861. 862, 865-866; to amend mi- 
litia act for benefit of, 21. 43, 45, 
60. 
committee and reports on, 21. 14, 
15, 16, 17; on letters from, 18. 
618, 732. 734d-734A 734;-734fc; to 
consider stationing of troops on. 
22. 28. 
defense considered, 6. 717-718. 
Indian depredations, 8. 97-98; may 

be killed on, 28. 601. 
inspection of, 6. 841, 864, 866. 
proceedings for defence of, 22. 722- 

725. 
report on inspection of, 6. 849; on 
keeping guard on, 12. 243; on 
militia for, 18. 897-898; on pro- 
posed guard on, 12. 417-419, 437- 
438. 
resolve on protection of. 18. 109. 
threatened by Indians, 18. 782, 783. 
to be inspected for location of fort, 
ftc, 6. 728-729; to be seized by 
British, 18. 607. 
Frost, Capt., 22. 112. 
Frost, Edward, in charge of stores, 

18. 198. 
Frost, Edward, in militia, 22. 318. 
Frost, Jonas, petition on C. H., 8. 806- 
807. 



PROST, MILLER 



60 



FULCHER WM. 



Frost, M liter, army rank, 16. 1060. 
Frost, Moses, army pay, 17. 211. 
Frost, William, army pay, 17. 211. 
Frost and Snow, pensionep, 22. 65. 
Froughton, Capt., clothing to. 18. 602- 

603. 
Froughton, 8wann, lieut., 17. 967. 
Frowhawk, J no., in militia, 22. 368. 
Froy, Matthew, town coms'r, 23. 810. 
Frueaile, John, juryman, 2. 80. 
Fruget, Marthe, witness, 1. 494. 
Frugett (Fruget, Frugeett), James, law 
suit. 1. 532. 

witness, 1. 494, 535. 
Fruhitt, Levie, land grant to, 4. 650. 
Fruit, James, petitions for extension 

of power of J. P.'s, 7. 874-875. 
Fruit, John, indicted as regulator, 2. 
531, 532. 

pardon asked for. 2. 93-95. 

regulator, 7. 735. 
Fruitham, Martin, land grant to. 4. 

704. 
Fruits, in S. C. 1. 206. 

noticed. 1. 132-133. 
Frusman, Tom. Indian. 1. 661. 
Fry, Mr^ (for Dry?), 22. 618. 
Fry, CoL, death, 5. xv, 124. 

troops behind, 6. 125. 
Fry, l-lenry, act for town on land of, 

26. 96-7. 
Fry, John, contest for land, 4. 1037. 

land grant to, 4. 1032. 
Fry, John, on S. C. of Pitt, 16. 38, 62. 

patroler, 10. 64. 

to pay claims, 10. 618. 
Fry, Joshua, commissioner on Virginia 

line. 4. xiii; 24. 224. 
Fry, Michael, act for town on land of, 

26. 96-7. 
Fry, Moses, 6. 752. 
Fry, Nicholas, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Fry, Valentine, claims. 8. 488, 527. 

no allowance to, 22. 879. 
Fry family, pioneers. 8. 751. 
Fryar, John, land grant to. 4. 1035. 
Fryar, Josiah, army rank. 16. 1055. 
Fryar, Lewis, land grant to. 4. 343. 
Fryar, Martin, land grants to, 4. 349, 

447, 962. 1043. 
Fryar, Thos., petition on separation, 

22. 705-10. 
Fryar, Wm., army rank, 16. 1056. 
Fryar, Willis, army rank, 16. 1060. 
Frye, John, signs Pitt Asso., 10. 221. 
Fryer, Isaac, in militia, 22. 360. 
Fryer, Jas., in militia, 22. 360. 



Fryer, Josiah, army pay, 17. 210. 
Fryer, Mich., Juror, 26. 188. 
Fryer, Thos., in militia, 22. 360. 
Fryer, Wm., army pay, 17. 210. 

in army, 18. 511. 
Fryer, Wm., in militia, 22. 360. 
Fryer's Swamp, 26. 400. 
Frying Pan Shoals, 16. 307; 17. 129; 
24. 590. 

defends mouth of Cape Fear River, 
16. 299. 
Frying Pann, The, 10. 462. 
Fryle, William, assigns right, 1. 533. 
Fry ley (Friiy), Wm., case dismissed, 
2. 602. 

juror, 2. 439, 440, 553. 

land granted to, 2. 353. 

tried for slander, 2. 401, 411; for 
theft, 2. 469. 475, 478. 
Fry ley, Wm., Jr., asks for lapsed land, 

2. 355. 
• Fryley, Wm., Sr., land lapses, 2. 355. 

Fryiy, , 2. 267. 

Fryiy, Grace, gives power of att'y, 1. 

549. 
Fryiy, Willi, juryman. 1. 534. 
Fryiy, William, gives power of att*y, 1. 
549. 

take up horse. 2. 64. 

tries to get land. 2. 171. 
Fryiy's Bridge, 2. 265. 
Fry or, J no., in militia, 22. 307. 
Fryout, Jacob, taxable. 16. 191. 
Fudge, Jacob, rights proved. 4. 617. 
Fudge, Jacob, Fanning to on regula- 
tors. 7. 741, 766. 

regulator. 7. 735. 

to Try on on regulation, 7. 801-803. 
Fudge, John, regulator, 7. 735. 
Fugeet, James, buys land. 1. 573. 

constable, 1. 523. 

law suits, 1. 548, 550, 563. 

stock marks, 1. 484. 

See also Frugitt. 
Fuget, James, bookkeeper. 1. 486. 

to pay costs. 1. 486. 
Fughossegy Ford, 14. 586. 
Fugil, John, exempted from taxes, IS. 

919. 
Fulcher, Cason, army rank, 18. 1061. 
Fulcher, Shadrick, 11. 543. 

arrests Brimage. 11. 555-556. 
Fulcher, Thomas, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fulcher, Thos., exempted, 6. 1045. 
Fulcher, Thos., land grant asked, 4. 

441. 
Fulcher, Wm., army pay, 17. 210. 



FULCHER, WM. 



61 



FULLERTON, WM. 



Fulcher, Wm., land grant to, 4. 711. 

Fulenwider church, history, 8. 744. 

Fulford, Jas.. in militia, 22. 315. 

Fulford, James, pensioner, 22. 65. 

Fulford, Johrip claims allowed, 8. 112, 
160. 161, 162, 173. 
in Assembly, 18. 226, 228, 257, 284, 
297, 311, 312, 317, 344. 345, 346, 
350, 357. 360, 361, 362, 376, 389. 
399, 412. 440. 443, 444, 469, 470, 
471; 21. 1, 3, 47, 52, 66, 68, 74. 77. 
109, 115, 121, 130, 133, 154, 160, 
168, 179, 189, 760, 871, 873, 911, 
927. 930, 937, 941, 965, 980. 999, 
1003. 1004, 1006, 1012, 1013, 1015, 
1021. 1055. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 36. 47, 48. 
on com. of Assem., 18. 9, 237. 
Juror, 6. 508, 510. 

Fuiford, Joseph, claim allowed, 6. 976; 
22. 832. 

Fuiford, Joseph, exempted, with his- 
tory, 8. 329. 

Fulford, Jos., in militia, 22. 263. 

Fulford, Jos., in militia, 22. 266. 

Fulford, Jos., in militia. 22. 307. 

Fulford, Joseph, juror, 8. 528. 

Fulford, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 588. 

Fulford, Joseph, vestryman, 26. 209. 

Fulford, Jos., Jr., in militia, 22. 264, 
265. 

Fulford, Stephen, pensioner, 22. 66. 

Fulford, Wm., in militia, 22. 307. 

Fulford and Williams, bring iron from 
Va.. 16. 345. 

Fulger, Bazzllla, petitions on naviga- 
tion law, 4. 506-507. 

Fulgum, Ebenezer, draws prize in lot- 
tery. 13. 449. 

Fulham Mss., extracts from, 2. 582. 

Fulham Palace, 8. 13, 69. 

Fulk, Wm., land of lapses. 2. 282. 

Fulkerson, Abram, petitions for divis- 
ion of Orange co., 8. 809-810. 

Fulklson, Abraham, building coms'r, 
24. 524. 

Fulks, Jas., Jr., in militia, 22. 355. 

Fulks, Jas., 8r., in militia, 22. 355. 

Fulks, Ruben, in militia, 22. 355. 

Fullar, George, receives clothing, 18. 
619. 

Fullar, Thomas, regulator, 7. 735. 

Fullar, Solomon, land grant to, 4. 635. 

Fullaw, James, juror, 4. 516. 

Fullenden, Thos., in militia. 22. 355. 

Fullenwlder, Mr., 8. 759. 

Fuller, Mr., 11. 786. 



Fuller, Mr., report on, 7; 989. 
Fuller, Alex., pensioner, 22. 65. 
Fuller, Arthur, in militia, 22. 371. 
Fuller, Arthur, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Fuller, B., moderator, 6. 1182. 
Fuller, Barnaby, on patrol, 10. 25. 
Fuller, Britain, in Prov. Cong., 10. 915, 

916, 958. 
petition, 21. 779, 931. 
Fuller, Ebenezer, deposition on the 

capture and loss of the John and 

Elizabeth, 8. 319-322. 
master of the J. and E.. 8. 353. 
vessel confiscated, 8. 171. 
Fuller, Edon, army pay. 17. 211. 
Fuller, Edward, in militia, 22. 263. 

266, 267. 
Fuller, Edward, resurveys to, 6. 1019- 

1020. 
Fuller, Ezekiel, exempted, 4. 1025. 
Fuller, Ezechiel, quit rents of. 22. 241. 
Fuller, George army pay, 17. 210. 

army rank, 16. 1060. 
Fuller, Henry, asks for new county, 8. 

89-90; relief from church tax, 8. 

95-96. 
Fuller, Henry, in militia, 22. 370. 
Fuller, Henry, not exempted, 8. 807. 
Fuller, Israel, in militia, 22. 161. 
Fuller, Jno., army rank, 16. 1060. 
Fuller, Jones, in militia. 22. 161. 
Fuller, Joseph, in militia, 22. 161. 
Fuller, Jos., in militia, 22. 371. 
Fuller, Joseph, takes oath, 22. 174. 
Fuller, John, regulator, 7. 736. 
Fuller, Jones, pay to, 22. 1013. 
Fuller, Joshay, regulator, 7. 736. 
Fuller, Nathan, in Assem., 20. 126, 

167, 180, 181, 230, 238, 239, 360. 
Fuller, 8aml., in militia, 22. 165. 
Fuller, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 380. 
Fuller, Solomon, juror, 4. 522. 

land grant to, 4. 619, 709. 710. 
Fuller, Lt. Sol., in militia, 22. 162. 
Fuller, Thomas, regulator, 7. 736. 
Fuller, Tim., in militia, 22. 371. 
Fuller, Wm., army rank 16. 1061. 
Fuller, Wm., asks for new county, 8. 

89. 
Fullerton, George, 8. 1066, 1067, 1068. 
Fullerton, Mrs. George, 8. 1066. 
Fullerton, Hugh, evidence on Murray's 

notes, 6. 825. 
receives notes, 6. 822. 
Fullerton, John, 8. 1088. 
Fullerton, Mathlas, in militia, 22. 325. 
Fullerton, Wm., allowance to, 10. 460. 



FULLILOVE, JOHN 



62 FUNDING PUBLIC DEBTS 



pensioned, 8. 131, 206, 213, 214, 220; 

22. 434-6, 483, 492. 
petitions Assembly for relief, 8. 62- 
63, 
Full Move, John, asks relief from 
church tax, 8. 95-96. 
petition on who are tythables, 8. 
97-98. 
Fulling Mills, in Orange Co., 8. xlvii. 

report on, 6. 154. 
Fulllngton, Robert, Juror, 4. 516. 
Fuillngton, Robt., quit rents of, 22. 

256. 
Fullock, Mr., crockery for, 14. 479. 

Fullwood, , law suit and arrest, 1. 

611. 
Full wood, Andrew, allowance to, 18. 

143, 144, 256. 
Fullwood, Th08., a J. P., 4. 46, 346. 

land grant to, 4. 219. 
Fullwood, William, debts of, 1. 459. 
Fulmore, John, supplies to, 22. 484. 
Fulp, Michael, 8r., pensioner, 22. 66. 
Fulpher, J no., juror, 26. 190. 
Fulsall, Ben J., rights proved, 4. 598. 
Fulsher, Jno., in militia, 22. 315. 
Fulsher, Wm., in militia, 22. 315. 
Fulthor, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 315. 
Fulson, Israel, felon, 22. 849. 
Fulton, David, army pay, 17. 210. 
Fulton, David, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Fulton, David, petition on C. H., 8. 

806-807. 
Fulton, Jesse, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fulton, Samuel, petition on C. H., 8. 

806-807. 
Fulton's Steamboat, 17. 182. 
Fulward, Andrew, in militia, 22. 387. 
Fulwlder, Henry, ensign, 10. 320. 
Fumveal. See Fonville, etc. 
Fumveai, John, claims allowed, 22. 

404. 
Fundamental Constitutions, 1. xiv, 
xxxiii, 181-206; 2. 271, 837; 4. 
1200; 28. 121, 123-136. 
abandoned, 1. xviii. 
actions of S. C. examined in light 

of, 2. 898-900. 
as adopted March 1, 1669, 26. 123- 

136. 
chief officers under, 1. 188. 
denounced by people, 1. 272. 
disregarded, 1. 381. 
difficulties in way of execution. 1. 

181. 
division of province, 1. 188. 
editions, 1. xviii. 



enforcement, 26. iii-iv. 
established in Albemarle Co., 2. 842. 
forms of used in laws, 26. 139-141, 

142, 152, 154, 157. 
framed, 26. iii. 
government under, 1. 181. 
history of enforcement of and 

changes in, 2. 840-844, 845, 848, 

849, 850, 851. 
in 1702. 1. 555, 556. 
instructions to Stephens under, 1. 

181-183. 
lands inalienable, 1. 188-189. 
laws to be in conformity to, 1. 390; 

to be ratified by Proprietors, 1. 

200. 
mentioned as if still in force, 8. 627. 
modified form of, 2. 852-858. 
new edition and instructions under, 

1. 235-239. 
new instructions under, 2. 841. 
new ones proposed, 2. 841. 
new set signed, 1. 367-368. 
oath taken to support, 1. 205; 26. 

135-6. 
objects, 1. 188. 
opposition to, 2. 898, 905. 
organization under, 1. 179, 180. 
people refuse to receive, 2. 842-843; 

set against, 2. 913. 
promulgated and organization under, 

1. 638. 
Proprietors again declare them in 

force, 1. 333. 
Proprietors on to Sothell, 1. 349. 
provisions relating to laws, 8. 348. 
quoted, 6. 89; 26. 198. 
reaffirmed, 1. 373-380. 
reasons why not put into operation, 

1. xvii. 
rules of precedency under, 1. 

206. 
seniority and offices under, 1. 

374. 
signed, 1.xvi, xvli-3tviii. 
still to be followed in 1689, 1 
summary of, 2. 896-897; 8. 443-444, 

462 ; 6. 85. 
"The sacred and unalterable form 

and rule of government of Caro- 
lina forever," 1. 205. 
translated into French, 1. 344. 
Fundamental Principles, recurrence 

to necessary, 22. 664; 28. 978. 
Funded Debt, report on. 18. 355. 
Funding public debts, Davie on, 

800-1. 



205- 



373- 



363. 



FUNDAY BAY 



63 



a, W. 



Funday Bay, and U. S. boundary, 18. 

750; 17. 6. 
Funer, Jamea, asks for new county^S. 

89. 
Funno, Mrs., 16. 955. 
Fur trade, 1. 663-664; 6. 617. 
act to prevent export of furs, 26. 

10-11. 
bill to forbid exportation of furs, 

26. 569; 21. 127, 128, 217, 223, 

226, 240, 283-284, 288, 289-290, 582, 

589, 602. 
to be cultivated, 4. 156. 
to be used in paying governor of 

Albemarle, 1. 52, 56. 
Furbee. See Ferrebee, etc. 
Furbee, David, army pay, 17. 211. 
Furber, Wm., in militia, 22. 419. 
Furbon, Wm., payment to, 22. 420. 
Furbua. See Forbus. 
Furbua, John, vestryman, 26. 344. 
Furbush. See Forbush. 
Fur bush, James, relieved from tax, 2. 

616. 
Furbush, Wm., juror, 4. 519. 
Furgerson. See Ferguson, etc. 
Furgerson, Alexander, aslis pardon for 

Fruit. 6. 93-94. 
Furguson, isom, army rank, 16. 1059. 
Furguson, Jnc, army rank, 16. 1055. 
Furguson, Peter, army rank, 16. 1060. 
Furguson, Robt., army rank, 16 1059. 
Furguson, Wm., surgeon in troops sent 

to N. Y., 6. xxvii. 
Furguson, Wm., lieutenant, 6. xxvii. 
Furie. See Fury, Furye. 
Furle, Mr., letter on S. C. boundary 

noted, 4. 27. 
Fur man, MaJ., field of&cer, 12. 535. 
Furman, Dr. Richard, Baptist minister, 

6. 1188. 
Furmeany, Capt., 16. 406. 
Furnavil, Rich'd, army rank, 16. 1060. 
Furnay, Wm., patroler, 16. 64. 
Furneaux, Tobias, captures the Peggy, 

16. 462. 
Furnell, Algernon, allowance to, 

831. 
Furney, Peter, army pay, 17. 211. 

army rank, 16. 1059. 
Furnifold Green's Creek, 6. 653. 
Furniture, that of Martin sold, 

880-9. 
Furrer, Henry, pensioner, 22. 65. 
Furrey, Isaac, quit rents of, 22. 248. 
Furrey, Nath., quit rents of, 22. 248. 
Furry, John, a J. P., 2. 468. 



Fursback, Capt., court martialed, 12. 

484, 485. 
Furvtance, James, militia captain, 24. 

367, 450. 
Fury. See Furie, Furye. 
Fury, Mr., 8. 626. 
attends Board of Trade meeting, 4. 

27, 28. 
letters from noted, 4. 29. 
takes complaints, 8. 438. 
Furye, Peregrine, to Bd. Trade on S. 

C. boundary, 11. 25-26. 
Fusman, John, army pay, 17. 211. 
Fussei, BenJ., in militia, 22. 284. 
Fussel, Elizabeth, petition, 21. 59-60, 

83. 
Fussell, Aaron, in militia, 22. 376. 
Fussell, Sam'l, army rank, 16. 1061. 
Fussel's Race Paths, 16. 611. 
Fussll, Aaron, claim, 26. 341, 342. 
Fusslll, Thos., in militia, 22. 377. 
Futch, Jno., in militia, 22. 387. 
Futch, Martin, army rank, 16. 1061. 
Futch, Martin, land grant to, 4. 854. 
Futch, Wm., in militia, 22. 387. 
Futrel, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Futrell, , on com. of Assem., 17. 

837. 
Futrell, Joseph, army rank, 16. 1059. 

in Davidson's Co., 14. 294. 
Futrell, Josh., army rank, 16. 1060.' 
Futrll, Dempsey, army rank, 16. 1059. 
Futrili, Joseph, army pay, 17. 210. 
Futrull, Cornelius, army pay, 17. 211. 
Futtrell, Thomas, Juror, 4. 521. 
Fuzz, BenJ., land grant to, 4. 799. 
Fuzzel, BenJ., land grant to, 4. 946. 
Fuzzell, BenJ., land grant to, 4. 768. 
Fuzzel I, BenJ., land grant to, 4. 806. 
Fuzzle, BenJ., land grant to, 4. 1240. 
Fuzzle, Elizabeth, petition, 26. 534. 
Fyan, Elizabeth, imported, 1. 395. 
Fyan, Hannah, imported, 1. 395. 
Fyan, Mercy, imported, 1. 395. 
Fyan, Wm., imported, 1. 395. 
Fyke, John, witness, 6. 673. 
Fyke, MallchI, exempted from pardon, 

7. 861. 



o 



G., 
G- 



-, in militia, 22. 332. 
> BenJ., in militia, 22. 387. 



G., C, 18. 51-52. 

G., T., examines instructions to Bur* 

rington, 8. 118. 
G., W., will of, 22. 869. 



GAAD, JOSEPH 



64 



GAIS, JONATHAN 



Gaad, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 853. 
Gabourel, Josh., a J. P., 4. 218. 
asks for land patent, 4. 219. 
attorney, 4. 57. 
land grant to, 4. 217. 
Gabriel, Geo., petition on separation, 

22. 705-13. 
Gabriel, James, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Gabriel, Joshua, a J. P., 4. 46. 
Gabriel, Richd., in militia, 22. 264, 

267. 
Gad, Wm., in miliUa, 17. 1057. 
Gadd, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 959. 
Gaddy, Thos., army rank, 18. 504; 16. 

1064. 
Gadsden, Christopher, 16. 645. 
location of command, 11. 704. 
refuses British parole, 16. 391, 392. 
to Harrington on Wise's note, 17. 
129. 
Gadsden, Phillip, prisoner, 17. 1045. 
Gadsden, Thomas, prisoner, 16. 672. 
Gaekie, James, building coms'r, 24. 

694. 
Gaels, in N. C, 6. 1198. 
Qafford, Stephen, takes oath, 22. 178. 
Gage, Gen. Thomas, 7. 112, 239, 280; 
8. 1241; 10. XXX, 45, 46, 69, 185, 
234. 265, 267, 413, 421, 471. 
advances money to Stuart, 10. 794. 
asked for cannon, 8. 548. 
army increased, 10. 67. 
besieged in Bostpn, 10. 56. 
commands advance guard, 6. 431. 
Dartmouth to on employment of In- 
dians, ftc, 10. 1381). 
destroys stores, 8. xxxv. 
efforts repelled, 10. 80. 
furnishes aid to Martin, 8. xxxv; 

guns to Tryon, 8. 711, 714. 
Lee on, 10. 155. 

letter mentioned, 7. 270; to Martin 
mentioned, 10. 85, 97, 138a; on 
ammunition published, 10. 105- 
106; seen by S. Com., 10. 66, 74. 
Martin asks aid from, 10. 233; to 
on loyalty in middle and western 
counties and arms, 8. 1166-1168, 
1174. 
no help to Martin from, 10. 327. 
proposes to divide N. C, 10. 135. 
quoted on and losses in Lexington 
affair, 10. 52, 53; on temper of 
Indians, 7. 536. 
recruits loyalists in N. C, 10. 325. 
sends artillery to N. C, 18. 852; 
arms and ammunition to Martin, 



10. 42, 43. 44; guns to Tryon, 8. 
610. 
supplies expected from, 10. 97. 
to be asked to repair Ft. Johnston, 

10. 40. 
to Martin on loyalty in N. C. and 

Mass., 8. 1220. 
to send ammunition, 10. 84. 
Tryon to on Stamp act, 7. 190-191. 
Gage, Mrs. General Thomas, 8. 1168. 
Gahee, Martha, petition on separation, 

22. 705-10. 
Gahee, Patrick, petition on separation, 

22. 705-10. 
Gail, Wm., army pay, 17. 213. 

Gaillard, , 18. 936. 938, 940, 943, 

947,^50, 954, 996. 

Gaillard, , brings up prize cargo, 

16. 934; refugees from St. Augus- 
tine, 18. 967. 
Gaillard, John, complaint referred to 
com., 10. 961. 
resolve in favor of. 18. 472. 
suit not begun against administra- 
trix, 17. 393. 
tory, 22. 229. 
Gainer, Joseph, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 

62. 
Gainer, Samuel, in army, 18. 504; 18. 

1064. 
Gainer, Stephen, army rank, 18. 1058. 
Gainer, Wm., Jr., ensign, 10. 937. 
Gainer's Plantation, 22. 287. 
Gaines, Hugh, Tory printer, 11. 823. 
Gaines, James, co. coms'r, 26. 14. 
Gaines, James, Sr., pensioner, 22. 66. 
Gaines, Wm., protection to, 14. 523. 
Gainey, Col., attacks Graham, 22. 126. 
commands Tories, 18. 283. 
defeated, 18. 963. 
to be reduced, 18. 689-91. 
Tory, 18. 586. 
Gainey, John, land grant to, 4. 641. 
Gains, James, in Assem., 20. 142, 230, 
238, 239, 240, 246, 285, 287, 288. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 5, 25, 27, 30, 32, 
34. 

Gainsbe, , 22. 292. 

Gals, Christopher, Jr., act for land to, 
24. 629-30. 
land grant to, 18. 573. 
Gals, Christ., 8r., act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 
land grant to, 18. 573. 
Gais, Jonathan, act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 
land grant to, 18. 573. 



GAITER, BOSWELL 



65 



GALE, CHRISTOPHER 



Gaiter, Bosweil, boundary coms'r, 24. 
981. 

Galther, Mr., in Assem. S., 21. 7. 

Gaither, Basil, in Assem., 20. 476, 477. 
479, 514. 516. 519, 520. 521, 523, 
527. 536, 543, 544, 546, 547, 550. 
554. 567. 581, 588; 21. 751, 766, 
872, 873, 897, 927, 930, 937, 941. 
946, 956, 959, 965. 970, 980, 999, 
1003, 1004, 1006, 1012, 1013, 1015, 
1021. 1031, 1032, 1050, 1055. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 38, 47, 48. 

Gaitier, Joseph, in Conv. 1789. 22. 36, 
46. 49. 
See also Gautier. 

Gal(ee, James, army record, 18. 475. 

Galahen, Jno., in militia, 22. 381. 

Galaspee, Daniel, to procure arms, 10. 
525. 

Galaspy, Alexander, Jr., petitions for 
division of Orange Co., 0. 809. 

Qalatia, captures vessel. 13. 95, 97, 
454. 

Galatians, S. 530. 

Gal berry, The, 24. 989. 

Gal breath, And'w, petitions for exten- 
sion of power of J. P.*s, 7. 874-875. 

Galbreath, John, petition on separa- 
tion. 22. 705-9. 

Galbreath, Wm., petitions for exten- 
sion of power of J. P.*s, 7. 874-5. 

Galdose, Francis, petition against mar 
riage act, 0. 623-624. 

Gale, » born, 22. 733. 

Gale, , quit rents of. 22. 252. 



- 



Gale, Mr., 28. 214. 
Gale, Mr., 22. 735. 
Gale, MaJ., Dennis visits, 1. 804. 
Gale, Betty and Pen., 22. 732. 
Gale, Christopher, 1. 821; 2. 6, 7, 306, 
757; 8. 238; 28. 92. 
a justice. 1. 591-596. 
absent from general court, 2. 819. 
abused by Porter, 2. 690, 691, 692, 

693. 
accused by Everard of lying, 8. 5-6. 
advice from dangerous, 8. 29. 
agent to S. C, 1. 826; to Va., 1. 

874, 880; 2. 4, 6. 
appraiser, 1. .872. 
as chief justice to sit in council next 

to president, 2. 460. 
asks Va. for aid, 1. 888-889. 
behavior, 8. 28. 
bill filed against, 8. 14. 
case of Everard against cited, 8. 
225-226. 



certificate of in Scott case, 2. 462. 
charges against by Assembly, 2. 613- 

614. 620. 
.chief justice of general court, 2. 

34, 80-116, 175, 217, 261-269, 274- 

275, 299, 463-473-476-478-480, 483, 

507-515, 525, 542-551, 567, 591-603. 

640, 645-672, 686-703-720, 820-834; 

8. 52-61. 
claims, 4. 149. 

collector of customs, 2. 567. 
coms'r on navigation, 26. 195; on 

town and treasurer, 26. 176. 177. 

207; to emit bills of credit. 8. 

485. 
complaints against Burrington. 8. 

30. 
confers on Tuscarora war. 2. 15, 16. 
deputy of Bertie. 2. 457; of Blake, 

1. 870; 2. 450; to Prop'rs, 26. 159. 
170, 209. 

examined on resources of N. C, 1. 
822. 

expected to report against Eden, 2. 

298. 
• grants warrants against Bailey, 2. 
580, 581. 

imports persons. 2. 3. 

Imposes on Everard, 8. 63. 

Imprisoned for debt, 8. 226. 

in council, 1. 870, 872; 2. 1-3, 32-35, 
41-44, 51-52, 55-57, 58-59, 64-65, 73, 
129-130. 139-142, 146-147. 168-173, 
181-184, 199-200, 204-205, 216-218, 
226-227, 239-242, 450-457. 457-458- 
463, 472, 476, 482-485-489, 491-499, 
500-507, 514-515, 520-530. 532-534, 
552, 566-568, 575, 603-604, 606-608, 
623, 637-645, 664, 673-679, 724-729, 
730-749, 764-768, 770-773, 817-818, 
830-831; 8. 123. 

in court of chancery, 8. 13. 

in England, 8. 147. 

instructions to, 1. 724, 725. 

insulted by Allen, 2. 718-719. 

law suits, 1. 584, 585. 

leaves N. C, 2. 291, 635. 

length of service ^s chief justice, 

2. 562. 

letter to, 2. 689; mentioned, 1. 867; 
on Tuscarora massacre, 1. 825- 
827. 

library commissioner, 28. 78. 

lies on Burrington, 8. 30; on Ever- 
ard, 8. 19. 

lives in Beaufort Co., 1. 827. 

memorial against Burrington, 2. 559- 



2-5 



GALE, CHRISTOPHER 



66 



GALE, EDMUND 



560; to S. C. on Tuscarora war, 
1.^27-829. 

money to be paid to, 2. 456; as ch. 
justice, 2. 493, 508. 

must not acknowledge Gary, 1. 726. 

not in N. C, 8. 245. 

pays quit rents, 2. 727. 

persuades Granville to stay in N. C, 
8. 341. 

presents memorial from N. C. on ex- 
portation of tobacco, 8. 210-211. 

presides at General Court, 2. 80-116. 

promises help to S. C. from N. C, 

1. 824-825. 

protests against continuation of 
boundary survey, 2. 780-781, 787- 
788. 

quoted, 8. 526. 

returns from England, 1. 727; 8. 
342. 

receiver general, 1. 719. 

remains in council, 2. 567. 

report of jury to, 2. 262-263. 

reports on boundary survey, 2. 776- 
782; on S. C. revolution, 2. 374- 
375. 

salary and other payments to, 2. 
170, 726, 728. 

sent to Va. to settle matters, 2. 3. 

signs N. C. acts, 2. 207, 213, 216, 
885, 886, 887, 888; 23. 6, 10, 11, 
14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24. 
26, 27, 29, 31, 32, 34, 35, 36, 42, 
45, 46, 48, 49, 52, 54, 55, 56, 59, 
61. 62, 67, 70, 71, 79, 80, 81, 82, 
87, 88, 89, 90, 92, 94, 96, 102, 110, 
111, 116; land grant, 4. 318. 

slandered by Andrews, 2. 697; by 
Cooke, 2. 693-694. 

son of Miles, 2. 133. 

suit against, 8. 230. 

suspension as chief justice asked, 

2. 620. 

takes up best lands, 3. 8. 

to administer oath, 8. 515. 

to Bishop of London on church and 

political affairs, 8. 340-341. 
to go to Indian towns, 1 . 825. 
to issue public bills of credit, 3. 177, 

178; 26. 157, 173. 
to King on Everard, 8. 2-5. 
to make out list of fines, &c., 2. 532. 
to receive surety money as chief 

justice, 2. 472. 
to state Northey's case, 2. 762. 
to Va. boundary commissioners, 2. 

737-738. 



Urmston's estimate of, 2. 284-285. 

vestryman, 2. 209; 28. 7; 26. 208. 

Va. boundary commissioner and in- 
structions, 2. 724-725, 734, 740-741- 
743, 744, 750. 

visits England, 2. 274. 

wife mentioned, 8. 122. 

witness, 2. 169, 503-504, 505. 
Gale, Daniel, army pay, 17. 213. 
Gale, Ed., in Assembly, 26. 159. 
Gale, Edmund, a justice of General 
Court, 2. 463-473, 478, 507-513, 551, 
552-572, 591-603, 645-655. 

a J. P., 2. 572. 

accused of murder, 8. 330; of riot, 
8. 512. 

aids in suspension of Porter, 8. 326, 
329, 330. 

appointment as councillor opposed 
by Porter, 8. 327, 330, 515-517. 

assistant justice, 2. 525, 551-552, 
567. 

at court of chancery, 8. 13. 

buys land, 2. 328-329. 

claims, 8. 282, 319. 

collector at port of Roanoke, 8. 614, 
615. 

complains against Relf, 2. 399, 406. 

consents to erection of new pre- 
cincts, 8. 450. 

in Council, 2. 569-570, 606-608, 610, 
611, 612, 623, 637-645, 664, 673-683, 
724-729, 730-749, 764-768, 770-773, 
817-818, 830-831; 3. 123, 205-206,209, 
250-252, 253-257, 357, 376, 398-429, 
472, 517, 524, 536-539, 640-561. 

judge of admiralty court, 3. 413-414, 
513. 

juror, 2. 104, 556. 

law suit, 2. 483. 

on com. of Council, 8. 542, 573, 628, 
629. 

petitions about road, 8. 574, 580. 

quit rents of, 22. 256. 

reasons for his admission, to coun- 
cil, 8. 476. 

signs acts, 28. Ill, 116; surety, 8. 
60. 

takes exorbitant fees, 8. 591. 

to audit estate, 2. 486. 

to King on Everard, 3. 2-5. 

to S. P. G. on church affairs, 2. 291- 
292. 

treasurer, 26. 164. 

vestryman, 2. 209; 28. 7. 

votes to suspend Porter, 8. 507, 519, 
520, 523. 



GALE, EDWARD 



67 



GALLOWAY, JAMES 



Gale, Edward, address to King, 3. 134- 
135. 
negro of tried, 4. 530. 
signs land grant, 4. 318. 

Gale, Eilza, imported, 2. 3. 

Gale, Eser, lives in N. E., 22. 734. 

Gale, Geo., army rank, 16. 1068. 

Gale, John, to command the Betsey, 
10. 690, 695. 

Gale, Mary, petition to Johnston on 
claims for rent, 4. 679-682, 683. 

Gale, Miles, 22. 732; 28. 136, 462. 
quit rents of, 22. 241, 256. 
report on militia company, 22. 326- 
327. 

Gale, Miles, to Bp. of London on relig- 
ious affairs, 1.«867-868. 
to S. P. G. on need of missionaries, 
2. 133. 

Gale, Miles, consulted on pilotage, 
beaconing, &c., S. 638, 642. 
juror, 4. 516. 
ordered to sell claims and buys, 6. 

68. 
suit of Everard against, 8. 509-511, 
612. 

Gale, Sara, affidavit against Burring- 
ton, 8. 122. 

Gale, Tho8., account of, 2. 293. 
son of Miles, 2. 133. 

Gale, Wm., to his father on affairs in 
1703, 22. 732-5. 

Gale family, in Va., 22. 734. 

Galeneau, M. de, commands the Ferdi- 
nand, 18. 378. 

Galespy. See Gillespie, etc. 

Galespy, David, army rank, 16. 1069. 

Gailand, John, has blank patent, 8. 
222. 
takes patent to Core Sound, 8. 248. 

Gailand's Neck, value, 10. 800. 

Gallant's Neck, 22. 746. 

Gallant's Point, salt works to be at, 
10. 621. 

Galiaspee. See Gillespie, etc. 

Gallaspee, James, guard for, 10. 830. 

Gallatple, Alex., commandant of pio- 
neers in Regulator compaign. 8. 
580. 

Gallatin, Albert, obtains list of N. C. 
papers, 1. v. 

Gallatin Co., ill., 22. 102. 

Gallaway. See Galloway. 

Gallaway, James, coms'r on D. S. Ca- 
nal, 26. 91. 
to take subs, for D. S. Canal, 26. 
83. 



. 366. 
. 375. 



346. 
. 345. 



Gallaway, Jas., in militia, 22. 320. 
Gallaway, Robert, navigation coms*r, 

26. 107. 

Gallaway, Sarah, petition, 18. 530. 
Gallaway, Thos., in militia, 22. 387. 
Gallaway, 12. 474, 475. 
Galledge, Bretain, dead, 17. 407. 
Gailespie. See Gillespie, etc. 
Gallesple, Geo., 24. 539. 
Galley, The, 22. 556. 
Galleys, built at South Quay, 22. 750. 
commissioners to fit out, 10. 973, 

981.^ 
committee to procure fixtures for, 

10. 973. 
Gall lard, John, petitions to clear river, 

21. 92, 99. 
Gain more, James, takes oath, 22. 179. 
Galllmore, John, army pay, 17. 215. 

army rank, 18. 1069. 
Galllmore, J no., in militia, 
Galllmore, J no., in militia, 
Galllo, 10. 1024. 
Gallop, Abel, In militia, 22 
Gallop, Daniel, in militia. 
Gallop, Isaac, in army, 18. 516; 16. 

1063. 
Gallop, J no., in militia. 
Gallop, Jonas, in militia. 
Gallop, Mark, in militia. 
Gallop, Mark, in militia. 
Gallop, Matw., army rank, 18. 509; 

18. 1063. 
Gallop, Zack, prisoner, 16. 169; 22. 

523. 
Gal lope, Isaac, soldier, 18. 797. 
Galloway. See Gallaway. 
Galloway (Gallaway), Charles, a J. P., 

28. 994. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 5, 11, 12, 26, 

27, 30, 32, 35. 

nom. for C. of S., 21. 779, 818, 822, 
935, 987, 993. 

on S. C. of Salisbury Dist, 10. 215. 

petition on C. H., 8. 806-807. 
Galloway, Flagg, witness to treaty, IS. 

515. 
Galloway, Francis, in militia, 8. 1050. 
Galloway (Gallaway), James, 21. 641. 

in Assembly, 18. 28, 45, 52, 53. 66, 
70, 90, 111, 118, 124, 130, 134, 135, 
136. 145, 146, 149, 154, 156, 161, 
170, 171, 180, 185, 299. 421; 18. 
164, 206, 216, 223, 227, 234, 235, 
275, 282, 283, 286, 295, 300, 322, 
323, 325, 334, 348. 353, 354. 357, 
359, 400, 401, 402, 403, 421, 436, 



345. 
. 346. 
. 346. 
. 349. 



GALLOWAY, JAS. 



68 



GAMBLING 






— - 


- - 


— 


, 460, 


461. 


462, 


463 


, 485, 


486, 


487, 


520 


. 614, 


622, 


643, 


644 


, 682, 


688, 


692. 


697 


. 728, 


752, 


778, 


808 


». 182, 


183, 


193, 


198 


, 252, 


262, 


279, 


354 


, 367, 


369, 


372, 


373 


. 386, 


390, 


394, 


400 


. 417, 


419. 


420, 


421 


, 431, 


434, 


437, 


448 


. 473, 


474, 


541, 


542 


, 554, 


555, 


557, 


558 


. 573, 


574, 


576, 


580 


. 591, 


595; 


21. 


103 


, 187, 


203, 


207. 


213 


, 365, 


374, 


383, 


397 


, 609, 


612, 


613, 


614 


', 689, 


690. 


694. 


696 


. 701, 


707, 


725. 


726 



440. 452, 453 

467, 471, 473 

565, 608, 613 

671, 677, 679 

702, 714, 723 

809, 817; ! 

206. 224, 229 

355, 359, 360 

378, 379, 380 

410, 415, 416 

426, 427, 429 

455, 459, 465 

545. 546, 547 

564, 567, 569 

583, 586, 588 

115, 118, 161 

258, 259, 311 

577, 581, 602 

615, 634, 647 

697, 698, 700 

727; 22. 64. 
In Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 5, 25. 27, 30 

31, 32, 33, 35. 
In Conv. 1789, 22. 38, 40, 42, 45, 46 

49, 50, 51, 52. 
navigation corns' r, 24. 600. 
nom. as Indian coms'r, 20. 557; 21. 

117; for C. of S., 21. 386. 703; 

for U. S. Conv., 20. 542, 545; 21. 

94. 
on com. of Assem., 16. 28, 30. 31, 

39, 45, 47, 56, 57. 63. 92, 94, 102, 

110, 111, 127, 128. 135, 139, 163, 

166, 172, 194. 195, 260, 262, 264, 

272. 282. 283, 284, 287, 294. 326, 

349, 351, 353, 365. 367, 386. 
Galloway, Jas., in militia, 22. 280. 
Galloway, John, act for land to, 24. 

629-30. 
land grant to, 19. 573. 
Galloway, John, house of condemned, 

7. 703. 
Galloway, Jos., turns loyalist, 9. 1246. 
Galloway, Mary, pensioned, 19. 596, 

600. 
Galloway, Thos., direction to as pilot, 

10. 393-394. 
Galor'a Branch, 19. 68. 
Galphin, George, 11. 175, 185. 

commissioner to Creeks, 10. 329-331. 
papers on Indian affairs considered, 

15. 153. 
peace commissioner with Cherokees, 

11. 417. 

Supt of So. Indian affairs, 10. 348. 
thinks Creeks will not join Chero- 
kees, 10. 759. 



Galphlnton, Ga., 18. 553. 
treaty to be held there, 17. 474, 
487, 517, 522, 524, 538, 566. 
Gait, Robt., in militia, 22. 382. 
Galveston, Texas, taken by Spaniards, 

22. 616. 
Galvez, Don., location and condition, 

16. 253. 
Gamallon, Abm., army rank, 18. 1068. 
Gambal. See Gambel, Gambell Gam- 
ble. 
Gambal, Lieut., recommended to Cas- 
well, 14. 111. 
Gambel (Gamble), Mr., to consider 
leather and shoe question, 14. 
443, 444. 
Gambell, Capt., esoorts wagons north, 

18. 69. 
Gambell, Adam, will proved, 1. 435. 
Gambell, Edmunds, army record, 18. 

474; 16. 1062. 
Gamberlin, Jas., army rank, 18. 515; 

16. 1063. 
Gambler, Admiral, sends manifesto to 

N. C, 18. 296. 
Gambler, Commodore, 6. 549. 
Gamble. See Gambal, Gambel, Gambell. 
Gamble, Capt., receives deserters, &c., 

16. 627. 
Gamble, Lt., 18. 637. 
Gamble, Archibald (W.), deposition 
on Lincoln's conduct of Charles- 
ton campaign, 16. 41, 42-43. 
Gamble, Caleb, memorial, 20. 231. 
Gamble, Edmund, 14. 468. 
ammunition left with, 16. 464, 468. 
in charge, of public stores, 1 6. 568, 

574. 
lieut, 18. 476. 

memorial, 20. 259, 262, 436, 445. 
not to issue ammunition, 16. 585. 
orders to on provisions, 16. 539. 
payment to, 18. 352. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 193, 

216, 247. 
stores to, 16. 597. 
to contract for leather, 14. 451. 
to Sumner on Br. in Va., 16. 553; 
on letters. Hill, Reen, &c., 1 6. 567. 
Gamble, James, & Co., property confis- 
cated, 24. 263, 424. 
Gamble, Reading, army pay. 17. 215. 
Gamblers, act on, 24. 597-8. 
Gambling, Josiah, in militia. 22. 347. 
Gambling, act against, 28. 611-13, 677, 
838-40; 24. 324-5, 731, 797, 800, 899, 
955-6 ; 26. 78-9, 80, 250-2, 253. 



GAMB 



69 



GARDINER, CAM. 



See also Gaming. 
Game, 2. 782-798. 
act for preseryation of deer, 28. 128, 
218-219, 335, 337; 24. 696-7, 862-3. 
bill to preserve in Transylvania, 

8. 1273. 1274, 1279. 
in Clarendon Co., 1. 164. 
in S. C, 1. 206. 
noticed, 1. .136. 
on Cape Fear River, 1. 69. 
Qamellon, Abram, army pay, 17. 213. 
Gamelion, Henry, taxable, 16. 191. 
Gamellion, Henry, voter, 16. 238. 
Games, Anthony, reenllsts, 16. 750. 
Gameweil, George, in militia, 22. 497. 
Gameweil, John, in militia, 22. 497. 
Gamewell, Wm., army pay, 17. 215. 
Gaming, act to prevent, 6. 23; 28. 387, 
611-13, 677, 838-40; 24. 36, 113,, 
162, 324-5, 655-8, 731, 797, 800, 899, 
955-6; 26. 78-9, 80, 250-2, 503. 
bill on, 18. 646-547; to discourage, 

20. 492, 497, 524, 562; to prevent, 
5. 40, 41, 42, 44, 53, 57, 58, 61, 62, 
63, 76, 529, 642, 873, 895, 896, 912; 
8. 817, 820, 907, 1105, 1111, 1120, 
1121, 1125, 1145, 1173, 1174, 1178, 
1183, 1192, 1194, 1199; 7. 300, 301, 
304, 305, 339, 357, 360, 365, 367, 
369, 420; 8. 113, 295, 297, 325, 327, 
331, 336, 337, 340, 362, 365, 367, 
384, 426, 428, 434, 438, 439, 478; 
12. 61, 56, 70, 76; 18. 49, 64, 65, 
75, 76, 83, 104, 105, 120, 124, 136; 
18. 36, 44, 70, 81, 93, 166, 180, 
183, 283, 301, 303, 308, 316; 21. 24, 
35, 39, 40, 71, 86; bill considered 
to repeal act on, 17. 310, 321, 330, 
331, 332, 639, 722, 727; 18. 448- 
449, 463, 800, 817; 20. 40, 46; 18. 
37, 47, 135, 271, 277, 278, 285, 321 ; 

21. 231, 238, 341, 404, 699, 714, 
746, 759, 762, 774, 853, 893, 895, 
897, 898, 901, 915, 918, 925, 1052. 

condemned by Cont. Cong., 8. 1090- 

1091. 
Eng. acts on in force in N. C, 28. 

324, 326. 
See also Gambling. 
Gamlin, Wm., in militia, 22. 373. 
Qammell, James, & Co., money allow- 
ed to withheld, 10. 998. 
Gammell, Wm., in army, 16. 722. 
Gammon, Joshua, canteen maker, 16. 

620. 
Gammon, Jese, army rank, 18. 1070. 
Gamon, Joshua, wood worker, 16. 477. 



Gamweli, Wm., army rank, 18. 1067. 
Gan, John, asks for new county, 8. 90. 
Gandy, Ephriam, army rank, 18. 1070. 
Gandy, J no., army rank, 18. 1062. 

Ganet, , messenger, 2. 344. 

Ganey, Stephen, land grant to, 4. 636. 
Ganey, Thomas, juror, 4. 621. 
Ganey, Wm., pensioner, 22. 67. 
Ganier, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 619. 
Gann, Addam, petition on C. H., 8. 

806-808. 
Gann, Nathan, petition on C. H., 8. 

806-808. 
Gann, Samuel, petition on C. H., 8. 

806-808. 
Gann, SamM, Sr., pensioner, 22. 67. 
Gano, Rev. John, work as Baptist 

preacher, 6. 1165-1166, 1171, 1176, 

1188. 

Gant, , deserter, 18. 692. 

Gant, Isham, in militia, 22. 376. 



Gant, Jno., in militia, 22. 376. 
Gant, John, land grant to, 4. 625. 
Gant, Jno., Jr., in militia, 22. 376. 
Gant, Lewis, assists deserters, 18. 

1201. 
Gant, Wm., in militia, 22. 376. 
Gant, Wm., on Rowan S. C, 10. 252. 
Qanter, Christian, petitions for lands, 

4. 954-956. 
Gapen, John, regulator, 7. 736. 
Gar, Wm., receives soldiers' pay, 17, 

258. 

Garclo, , prisoner, 22. 268. 

Gard, Capt., paroled, 14. 752. 
Gard, David, in militia, 22. 392. 
Gard, Joshua, in militia, 17. 1067. 
Gard, Timothy, exchanged and charac- 
ter, 22. 551. 
Garden, Alexander, 8. 624. 
commissary of S. C. and N. C, 8. 

391. 
gives books for distribution, 4. 609. 
proposes maintenance, 4. 795. 
• sends Lapierre to N. C, 8. 629-630. 
to Bishop of London on Boyd and 

church affairs, 4. 263-265. 
Garden, Alexander, extract from Diary 

of American Revolution, 16. 386. 
Gardener, Jno., juror, 26. 188. 
Gardener, John, quit rents of, 22. 246. 
Gardener, Joseph, exempted, 8. 900a. 
Gardener, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 245. 
Gardener's, tobacco inspection at, 28. 

641, 792. 
Gardener's Ford (Isaac), 24. 826. 
Gardiner, Capt., 11. 704. 



GARDINER, GEORGE 



70 



GARISH, THOS. 



Gardiner, George, army pay, 17. 213. 

Gardiner, Jno., army rank, 16. 1071. 

Gardiner, Jno., army rank, 16. 1071. 

Gardiner, Martin, land grant to, 4. 710. 

Gardiner, Martin, Jr., land grant to, 4. 
642. 

Gardiner, Martin, 8r., land grant to, 
4. 642, 710. 

Gardiner, Wm., in Assembly, 4. 720. 
land grant asked for, 4. 440; grants 
to. 4. 704. 

Gardner, Mr., 18. 100. 

Gardner, Capt., boots to, 14. 459. 
resigns, 11. 524. 

Gardner, Capt., brings slaves from N. 
S., 17. 595. 

Gardener, Col., 9. 1231. 

Gardner, Barzillai, in Assam., 17. 264, 
269, 293, 305, 312, 354. 359, 365. 
366. 368, 378; 16. 226, 228, 258. 
284. 298. 311, 312. 344, 345. 351. 
357. 360, 361, 362. 389, 399, 412, 
429, 440, 469. 471; 20. 119. 121, 
186, 195, 229. 238. 239. 240. 246. 
276, 287, 288. 374; on com. of As- 
sembly, 18. 9, 51. 237, 283. 
town coms'r, 24. 779. 

Gardner, Caleb, in militia. 22. 327. 

Gardner, Dempsey, army rank, 16. 
1067. 

Gardner, Ellas, pensioner. 22. 67. 

Gardner, Eliz., binds out son, 1. 495. 

Gardner, Geo., army rank, 16. 1068. 

Gardner, Henry, pays in bills of credit. 
16. 306. 

Gardner, Hyman, army pay, 17. 215. 

Gardner, Jacob, militiaman, 7. 262. 

Gardner, Jas., in militia, 22. 327. 

Gardner, James, in militia, 22 494. 

Gardner, James, pay to, 22. 1015.. 

Gardner, John, exempt. 22. 388. 

Gardner, Jno., in militia. 22. 388. 

Gardner, John, juror, 4. 524. 

Gardner, John, juror, 4. 525. 

Gardner, John, land disputes, 6. 630. « 

Gardner, John, militiaman, 7. 263. 

Gardner, John, pensioner, 22. 67. 

Gardner, John, quit rents of, 22. 241. 

Gardner, John, town coms'r and treas- 
urer, 26. 268, 269. 

Gardner, Joseph, army pay, 17. 215. 

Gardner, Jos., claims, 21. 231, 234, 
597. 

Gardner, Laserus, militiaman, 7. 262. 

Gardner, Martin, juror, 2. 364. 

Gardner, Parish, deposition on illegal 
fees. 7. 775. 



Gardner, Richard, army pay, 17. 214. 
Gardner, Samuel, promotion desired, 

18. 133. 
Gardner, Stephen, in militia. 22. 412. 
Gardner, Thos., army rank, 16. 1068. 
Gardner, Thomas, petitions on need of 

money. 7. 866-867. 
Gardner (Gardener, Gardiner), Wm., 

a J. P.. 4. 47. 346. . 
in Assembly. 4. 493, 651. 
Gardner, Wm., commissioner on pro- 
visions, 16. 200. 
to take charge of provisions, &c., 

18. 953. 
Gardner, Wm., ensign, 10. 188. 
Gardner, Wm., in militia, 22. 412. 
Gardner, Wm.. in militia, 22. 392. 
Gardner, Wm., in militia, 22. 473. 
•Gardner, Wm., juror, 4. 525. 
Gardner, Wm., land grant asked, 4. 

708. 
Gardner, Wm., lieut., 10. 287. 
Gardner, Wm., militiaman, 7. 262. 
Gardner, Wm., owes state, 21. 1070. 
Gardner, Wm., petitions on need of 

money. 7. 866-867. 
Gardner, William, son bound out. 1. 

495. 
Gardner, Wm., to be arrested. 10. 940. 
Gardner, Wm., Jr.. bound out, 1. 495. 
Gardner's, inspection at, 26. 313, 379. 
Gardner's Bay, L. I., 17. 993. 
Gardner's Diary of the Revolution, ex- 
tract from, 14. 874-876; 15. 171- 

172. 
Gardnler, Wm., resurvey granted to, 

4. 353. 
Gardoqui, Don Diego de, and Spanish 

negotiations. 22. 899-902. 
Spanish minister. 21. 539. 
to Johnston on Indian outrages and 

answer. 21. 464-465. 468-469. 
Garets, Mr., 19. 896. 
Garey. See Gary. 
Garey, George, army pay, 17. 213. 
Garey, Thos., in army, 16. 720. 
Garey, Thos., land grant to, 4. 331. 
Garfott, Gregory, will proved, 1. 610. 
Gargales Creek, 6. 1147. 
Garganus, Fra., appraiser, 2. 43. 
Gargas, Job, army rank, 18. 1070. 
Gargis, Job, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Garish. See Garrish. 
Garish, Daniel, claim allowed, 6. 215, 

220. 
Garish (Garnish), Thos., enlists, 

445-6. 



GARLAND, ELISHA 



71 



GARRET, SAM^L 



pensioned. 8. 131, 133, 206, 213, 214, 

220. 
Garland, Ellsha, army rank, 16. 1063. 
Garland, Henry, army rank, 16. 1069. 
Garland, Humphy, army rank, 16. 

1065. 
Garland, John, affidavit by, 8. 200. 
Garland, J no., army rank, 18. 504; 16. 

1063. 
captain, 10. 284. 
Garland, John, Jr., receives pay for 

soldiers. 17. 196, 197, 207, 221, 

241, 244. 250, 254, 260. 
Garland, John, 8r., receives pay for 

soldiers, 17. 202. 
Garland, Joseph, petitions on need of 

money, 7. 866-867. 
Garland, Peter, juror, 4. 524. 

land grant to, 4. 591. 
Garland, Stephen, Capt. of militia, 14. 

135. 
Garland, Thomas, army pay, 17. 213. 

army rank, 18. 1069. 
Garland, Wm., army rank, 16. 1070. 
Garland, ship, 6. 783. 
Garland, ship of war, 6. v, Hid. 
Garlies, , to King on Queen's Col- 
legs act, 8. 596. 
to Martin on laws to be disallowed. 

8. 597-598. 
Garlln, 8am., juror, 25. 189. 
Garling, Ed., juror, 26. 190. 
Garner, Mr., in C. C, 17. 556, 557. 
Garner, Capt., loyalist, 10. 600. 
Garner, Dempsy, army rank. 16. 1069. 
Garner, Jacob, petitions on land 

grants. 8. 1260-1263; 11. 250-253. 
Garner, John, petition on C. H.. 8. 

806-808. 
Garner, Jo., Jr.. protests against reg- 
ulators. 6. 273-274. 
Garner, Joseph, on S. C. of Pitt, 8. 

1095. 
patroler. 10. 63. 
Garner, Martin, juror. 25. 188. 
Garner, Peter, fined, 22. 512, 513. 
Garner, Thos., army rank. 16. 1070. 
Garner, Wm., escapes from prison. 10. 

631. 
loyalist. 10. 597. 
Games. See Garns. 
Games, Anty., army rank. 18. 1066. 
Games, Gabl., army rank. 16. 1069. 
Games, Jeffry, army rank. 18. 1066. 
Games, Jno., in militia, 22. 383. 
Garnet, Anthony, in militia, 22. 365. 
Garnet, Anthony, in militia, 22. 375. 



wants to be militia capt., 5. 425. 
Gamey, Capt., wounded, 14. 621. 
Garnishees, provision for, 24. 55-6, 58; 

26. 279, 441. 
Garniss, James, to be tried for dis- 
loyalty. 10. 253. 254. 
Garnix, John, land grant to. 4. 630. 
Garnon, James, to bring suit. 10. 433. 
Garnon, Rich'd, petition on separation, 

22. 705-13. 
Garns. See Games. 
Garns, Anthony, in army, 16. 732. 
Qarom, Absalom, signs Pitt Asso.. 10. 

221. 
Garran, James, money to be paid to. 

10. 1018. 
Garrard, Mr., sick. 16. 519. 
Garrard, Charles, army records. 18. 

480. 
Garrard, Rev. John, Baptist minister, 

5. 1167. 
Garrat. See Garret, Garrett, Garrit, 

Garrot. 
Garrat, Mr., to send for Rainsford, 2. 

17. 
Garrat, Thos., soldier, 18. 797. 
Garratt, Mr., preaching at, 1. 858, 859. 
Garratt, Eliz., imported, 1. 582. 
Garratt, Mary Fitt, imported, 1. 582. 
Garratt, Robert, false name of Robert 

Clarke, 1. 666. 
Garress, Sikes, in army. 18. 505. 
Garret. See Garrat. Garratt, Garrit, 

Garrot 
Garret, Col., position of regt. in army, 

12. 508. 
Garret, Brian, juror, 26. 187. 
Garret, Dan'l, army rank, 16. 1064. 
Garrit, Daniel, asks for lapse patent, 

2. 501. 
Garret, DanMI, juror. 4. 525. 
Garret, Dan., juror. 26. 186. 
Garret, Daniel, quit rents of, 22. 245. 
Garret, Daniel, quit rents of. 22. 260. 
Garret, Henry, a J. P.. 4. 1038. 

land grant to, 4. 803. 
Garret, Humphry, quit rents of. 22. 

256. 
Garret, Jas., army rank. 16. 1064. 
Garret, James, in militia, 22. 496. 
Garret, James, petition, 20. 131. 314. 
Garret, Jno., in militia. 22. 372. 
Garret, John, quit rents of, 22. 245. 
Garret, John, quit rents of. 22. 260. 
Garret, Mary, petition, 20. 131. 314. 
Garret, Mary, quit rents of. 22. 245. 
Garret, 8a ml., army rank. 16. 1070. 



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72 



GARZIA, JOHN 



Garret, Thos., army rank, 16. 1063. 
Garret, Thos., army rank, 16. 1064. 
Garret (Garrett), Thos., church war- 
den, 1. 680, 686, 701, 702. 
thanks S. P. G. for books, 1. 700- 

701* 
vestryman, 1. 678, 680. 
Garret, Thos., in militia, 22. 396. 
Garret, Thomas, petition, 20. 131, 312. 
Garret, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 252. 
Garret, Thos., sells land, 4. 34. 
Garret, Thos., Jr., quit rents of, 22. 

256. 
Garret, Wm., army rank, 16. 1067. 
Garret, Wm., juror, 25. 186. 
Garret, Wm., pensioner, 22. 66. 
Garrett, Mr., 16. 588. 
Garrett, Anthony, army pay, 17. 215. 
Garrett, Daniel, juror, 2. 596, 655. 
Garrett, James, in Assembly, 12. 352, 

368, 380, 397, 408; 19. 372. 
Garrett, James, imported, 1. 436. 
Garrett, Jesse, in militia, 22. 358. 
Garrett, John, asks for new county, 8. 

89-90. 
petitions on county bounds, 9. 633- 

634. 
Garrett, J no., in militia, 22. 270. 
Garrett, Jonathan, in militia, 22. 349. 
Garrett, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 358. 
Garrett, Samuel, army pay, 17. 213. 
Garrett, Sam, tried, 19. 413, 739, 741. 
Garrett, Thos., a J. P., 8. 244; 4. 47, 

346. 
Garrett, Thomas, army pay, 17. 214. 
Garrett, Thos., asks pay for negro ex- 
ecuted, 17. 286. 
petition considered. 17. 317, 329; 

granted, 17. 405; in favor of. 20. 

38, 97, 108. 
slave tried, 19. 413, 739, 741; 20. 

12, 22. 
Garrett, Thos., exempted, 5. 1079. 
Garrett, Thos., in militia, 22. 357. 
Garrett, Thos., juror, 1. 415, 433, 434; 

2. 358, 398, 686. 
Garrett, Thos., juror, 4. 516. 
Garrett, Thomas, vestryman, 2. 208; 

28. 7. 
Garrett, Thos., Jr., juror, 2. 646, 666; 

26. 186. 
Garrey, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 602. 

rights proved, 4. 598. 
Garrick, Black, army rank, 16. 1064. 
Garris. See Garriss. 
Garris, Bedford, pensioner. 22. 66. 
Garris, Begford, army rank, 16. 1069. 
See also Qarrlss. 



Garris, Hardy, army rank, 16. 1070. 
Garris, Sikes, army pay, 17. 213. 
Garris, Thomas, in militia, 17. 1042. 
Garrish, Thos., claims allowed, 8. 212. 
Garrison, Joseph, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 
Garrison, Stephen, army rank, 18. 

1070. 
Garrison, Stephen, army rank, 16. 

1071. 
Garrison, at house of Col. Brice, 2. 
200. 
at Shackelford's, allowed to plant 

corn, 2. 2. 
salt for, 1. 866. 
Garrisons In N. C, number, 1. 826, 

828. 
Garrison's Point, 6. 819. 
Garriss. See Garris. 
Garriss, Bigford, in army, 18. 524. 
Garriss, IHenry, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Garrit. See Garrat. Garret, Garrot. 
Garrit, Antony, petitions, 19. 935. 
Garrot, John, a volunteer, 14. 838. 
Garrott, Humphrey, juror, 4. 516. 
Garrott, James, army pay, 17. 215. 
Garrott, Thomas, army pay, 17. 215. 

in army, 18. 515. 
Garth, Charles, memorial on S. C. 

boundary, 6. 564-573, 628. 
Garvey, Patrick, petition of consider- 
ed, 17. 317-318, 321. 
Garvey, Thos., army rank, 16. 1065. 
nominated for major, 21. 780, 938. 
Garvin, Thomas, pay to, 22. 487. 
Garvis, John, army pay, 17. 214. 
Garvis, Joshua, army pay, 17. 214. 
Garvis, Pigford, army rank, 18. 1067. 
Garvis, Sykes, army rank, 16. 1067. 
Garvis, Wylley, army rank, 18. 1069. 
Garvy, Matw., army rank, 18. 1065. 
Gary. See Garey. 
Gary, Joseph, petitions on roads and 

ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Garzia, Widow, distress of, 4. 872-873. 
Garzia (Gazia, Garcia, Garsia, Gazzia), 
Rev. John, 4. 7. 
appointed missionary, 4. 560, 661, 

571. 
claim considered by Assembly, 4. 

549. 
dead, 4. 752, 756, 796. 
law suit over land with Corprew, 4. 

71. 
paid for sermon before Assembly, 4. 

92, 132. 
summoned as witness, 4. 69. 
to S. P. G. on his work, 4. 604-605. 



GARZIE, JOHN 



7S 



GASTON CO. 



Qarzle, John, land grant to, 4. 64. 
Gasclns. See Oaskin, Oaskins. 
Caseins, WHIIam, juror, 1. 595. 
Qascoigne, William, detains estate, 1. 

430. 
Juror, 1. 415. 
on plunder of Slau^ter's estate, 1. 

413-414. 
petitions, 1. 413. 
Qascoyne, Mr., works on Wilson's map 

of C, 1. 344. 
Qascoyne, Capt., owns land in S. C, 

4. 259. 
Qascoyne, Bamber, at Board of Trade 

meeting, 7. 146-148; 8. 365-367, 

811-812, 1105-1106. 
to King on council, 8. 824-825; on 

N. C. acts, 8. 248-252, 955-957; on 

Queen's College act, 8. 596. 
to Martin on laws to be disallowed, 

8. 597-598. 
Qasey, George, in army, 16. 720. 
Qasketh, Wm., a J. P., 4. 1938. 
Qaskie, Dr. James, claims, 8. 590. 
Gaskili, Capt., takes prisoners, 14. 111. 
Gaskiii, Jos., in militia, S2. 428. 
Qasklil, Wm., a J. P., 4. 966. 
Qaskils, Wm., in militia, 28. 428. 
Qaskin. See Gascins, Gaskins. 

Qaskin, , law suit, 1. 397. 

Qaskfn, Adam, lieut, 18. 546. 
Gaskin, Joseph, army rank, 16. 1068. 
Qaskin, Isaac, army pay, 17. 213. 
Qaskin, Wm., juror, 1. 408, 446. 
property of, 1. 398. 
stock marks, 1. 398. 
Qaskins, Adam, asks protection for 

pilots, 8. 803-804. 
light house coms'r, 88. 54-5. 
petition on military service, 14. 334. 
to Cogdell on privateer, 14. 125, 

127. 
Gaskins, David, petitions for Windsor 

as C. H., 8. 804-805. 
Gaskins, Fisher, in militia, 82. 321. 
Qaskins, Fisher, in militia, 22. 322. 
Gaskins, Thos., in militia, 22. 321. 
Gaskins, Wm., army rank, 18. 507; 

18. 1070. 
Qaskins, Wm., army rank, 18. 1064. 
Gaspee Bay, 5. 463. 
Gasper, Mr., buys at Martin sale, 22. 

885. 
Gasper's Lick, vested in coms'rs, 24. 

915. 

Gassaway, » prisoner, 18. 673. 

Gaster, ^ 11. 830. 

Qaater, Jacob, pensioner, 22. 66. 



Gaston, , in Assem., 28. 843. 

Gaston, Col., qualifies members of As- 
sembly, 8. 641. 
Gaston, Alex., a J. P., 11. 710; 28. 

993. 
acquitted of killing Davis's bull, 18. 

162. 
act to emancipate slave, 24. 859. 
advertises drugs, 18. 421. 
affairs of, 18. 470. 
affidavit against Davis in matter of 

Frenchmen, 18. 425, 429-430. 
bill to emancipate Hannah, 18. 78, 

132, 144, 308, 314, 356, 360, 363. 
buys at Martin sale, 22. 883, 885, 

887. 
charge of, 22. 427. 
Chariol tried before, 18. 142. 
commissioner on exports, 18. 473- 

474. 
cures soldiers, 18. 447. 
juror, 8. 509. 
judge, 12. 109. 
memorial on school, 7. 35-36. 
nominated as judge of Admiralty, 

12. 43, 44. 
on Safety Committee of Craven, 8. 

1144. 
on Newbern dist S. Com., 18. 215, 

414, 415. 417, 444, 456, 459, 461, 

462, 463. 
refuses to sign warrant for seizure 

of goods, 18. 47. 
takes Indian slave from Tomllnson, 

12. 139, 143, 166, 302, 311. 
to on supplies, 22. 756. 



to Caswell on arrival of French 
officers, 11. 486-487; on supplies 
to militia, 18. 165; on threatened 
invasion, 14. 85-86; on trouble 
with Davis, 18. 162. 
trial of, 18. 156. 

Gaston, Mrs. Alexr., 18. 470. 

Gaston, IHannah, act to emancipate, 
24. 859. 

Gaston, IHenry, a J. P., 8. 417. 
in council, 8. 628, 629. 

Gaston, IHermon, resolve to discharge 
from Cont. service, 12. 65. 

Gaston, John, asks representative for 
Beaufort, 8. 640-641. 

Gaston, Jno., in militia, 22. 397. 

Gaston, Mrs. Margaret, petition of, 
18. 13, 240, 246. 

Gaston, Wm., petitions on land grants, 
8. 1260-1262; 11. 250-252. 

Gaston Co., German Reformed church- 
es in, 8. 751. 



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74 



GATES, HORATIO 



Germans in, 8. 729. 

Tories in, 22. 731. 
Gaston Co. (Error for Bertie t), mili- 
tia returnB, 22. 310. 
Gaston's, 22. 95. 
Gately, Isaac, army pay, 16. 215. 
Gates, Mr. (son of Gen. Q.), 14. 565, 
669, 826. 

death of. 14. 739-740. 
Gates, Major, 14. 498. 
Gates, Gen. Horatio, 10. 431, 603; 11. 
789, 809; 12. 511, 612, 514, 517, 
522, 526, 530, 533, 535, 542, 547, 
627; 18. 40, 82, 126; 14. 380, 383, 
386, 387, 388, 390. 391. 395. 396, 
397. 398, 404, 407, 410. 419, 420, 
421. 424,'425. 427, 433. 434, 436, 440. 
442, 447, 449, 451. 452, 453, 458. 
460, 463. 467. 468, 480. 481, 483, 
505, 520. 535, 540. 553. 585, 626, 
639, 658, 77a. 773. 787. 791 ; 1 6. iil, 
vli, viii. xi. xiii, 2, 3, 10. 11, 19. 
63, 81. 97. 99. 104. 111. 119, 121, 
132, 133, 140. 151, 163. 173. 179. 
185. 239. 275, 277. 280. 281. 288. 
290. 296. 307. 308, 373, 392, 413, 
432. 503, 773, 774; 17. 82, 737, 
780, 969; 18. 962, 968, 974. 984. 
989, 990. 995; 21. 28; 22. 95. 107. 
108,. 119, 125, 145, 154. 

advances into S. C, 16. 267. 

and Camden defeat, 16. 60. 

and sufferings of Amer.- prisoners, 
17. 625. 

appointed to command northern 
army, 11. 748. 

appoints a clothing committee, 14. 
714. 

Armand to on alarm from Br., 14. 
549; on condition of his troops 
and his movements. 14. 590-591; 
on complaints against his com- 
mand. 14. 600; on his movements. 
14. 630; on his service in the 
army. 14. 509-510; on letters, 14. 
557; on reinforcements to his 
command. 14. 536-537. 

Armstrong to on battle of Camden. 
&c.. 14. 587-589; on lead. 14. 593; 
on private affairs. 14. 630-631; on 
prisoners. 14. 727, 728; on dispo- 
sition of King's Mountain prison- 
ers, 14. 744-745; on Southern 
campaign, 14. 496-499. 

army of improving, 10. 802; strong, 
11. 636. 

arouses patriots in S. C, 15. 284. 

Assembly to on further retreat of 



troops, 14. 612-613. 

at council of war, 15. 160-161. 

at Hillsboro, 16. 279. 

at Ticonderoga, 10. 891. * 

Blount to on clothing, 14. 731-732; 
and mobs in Eng., 14. 591-592; 
on supplies; 14. 625, 644-646. 

Board of War to on guard for am- 
munition, 14. 394-395; to on Mal- 
lett and salt, 14. 411; on removal 
of sick from Halifax, 14. 378-379; 
on Taylor as commissary of hides, 
14. 384. 

British report on movements of. 16. 
51, 52, 53. 

Browne to on death of his son, 14. 
739-740; on hospital, 14. 562; on 
supplies and hospitals, 14. 756-757. 

Buford to on Arms, &c., 14. 722; 
on his condition and troops, 14. 
663. 

Burgoyne surrenders to, 11. 797, 
799, 801, 803, 805, 785; 18. 263; 
16. 707. 

Burke to on insolence of army in 
collecting provisions, 15. 779; on 
excesses and insolence of troops, 
16. 769-770; on line of defence 
against British, 14. 618-621; on 
proposed movements of British, 
16. 776-779; on provisions and 
treatment of public by army, 16. 
775-776. 

Call to on So. campaign, 14. 507- 
508. 

Campbell to on Va. militia, 14. 594- 
595. 

Carrrington to on clothing, 14. 671- 
672; Roanoke defenses, &c. 14. 
643-644. 653-654. 671-672 ; on British 
movements. 14. 706, 717-718; on 
forwarding of supplies, 14. 726- 
727; on his retirement from So. 
army, 14. 761-762; on movement 
of troops, 14. 600-602; on public 
affairs, 14. 577-579; on supplies, 
14. 526-528, 654, 660, 695-697, 706; 
for Va. troops, 14. 690-692. 

Caswell to on British movements, 
14. 515-516; on clothing for 
troops, 18. 74-75; on discrimina- 
tion against N. C. militia, 14. 547- 
549; on Halifax volunteers, 14. 
555; on movements of militia. 14. 
512-513, 515-516; on proposed at- 
tack on British, 14. 532-534; on 
provisions, 14. 522-523, 525-526; 
on routes from Hillsboro to Pee 



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Dee and provisions, 14. 856-857. 
Cheaver to on settling his accounts, 

14. 597-598. 
Clajon to on Camden battle and 

finances, 14>. 632-633; on public 

affairs, 14. 565-567. 
Clay to on purchase of supplies, 14. 

706-707. 
Cleveland and others to on troops 

for King's Mountain, 14. 663-664. 
commands in the North, 10. 866. 
Cont. Cong, to on rank, 14. 606. 
Cornell to on movement of troops, 

in North, Tories, &c., 14. 562-565. 
correspondence of copied, 11. v. 
court of inquiry ordered for, 16. 93, 

113, 173. 
Dart to on clothing, 14. 705. 
Davidson to on British occupation 

of Charlotte, &c., 14. 655; 16. 83; 

on movements of British, &c., 14. 

674-675; on movements of troops, 

14. 614-616; on negroes. 14. 758. 
defeat at Camden, 11. 823; 14. xiv- 

xvi, 573, 868; 16. iv, v; 9. 268- 

273, 275, 288; 17. 1041; 16. 211. 
defeats Burgoyne, 11. 642, 654, B60, 

666, 666. 
DeKalb to on progress of Southern 

campaign, 14. 499-500, 503-504. 
DePeyster to on condition of Brit- 
ish prisoners, 14. 724-725. 
Deveaux to on condition of troops, 

14. 664-665; on public affairs, 14. 

701. 
Dewar to on his parole, 14. 611. 
does not attack Br., 2S. 974. 
draft in favor of, 16. 405. 
Drayton to on movements of British 

and supplies, 14. 649-651; on 

Camden defeat and private affairs, 

14. 571-572. 
effect of retreat of, 14. 773. 
Elliott to on clothing for Md. line, 

14. 686; on supplies, 14. 629-630. 
Ervin to on provisions and Tories, 

14. 522. 
expected to ruin Howe, 11. 682. 
expects N. C. to support army, 16. 

151. 
extracts from correspondence of, 

14. XV. 
Falkner to on his troops, 14. 657; 

on supplies, troops &c., 14. 648-9. 
Few to on Br. and Amer. move- 
ments, 14. 763-764. 
Gist to on Md. troops, &c., 14. 710- 

711. 



Gordon to on Mass. affairs, 14. 668- 
669. 

Green to on supplies for army, 14. 
642-643. 

Greene to on court of inquiry and 
answer, 14. 765-768; on reports 
from army, 14. 768. 

Hall to on condition of troops, 14. 
545; on Md. troops, 14. 687-688. 

Hamilton on plundering, 14. 602- 
603. 

Harrington to on Br. and defeat of 
Tories, 14. 609-610; on Br. move- 
ments, &c., 14. 623, 624-625, 683- 
684, 748-749; and Tories, &c., 14. 
673-674; on Br. strength, 14. 598- 
599; on French fleet, 14. 660-661; 
on movement of troops, on Br. 
and Tories, 14. 651-653; on pris- 
oners and reports, 14. 697-698; 
on promotion of Davidson over 
him, &c., 14. 635-637; to on report 
on Br., 14. 605. 

Hicks to on prisoners and Tories, 
14. 537-538. 

holds council on location of troops, 
14. 719. 

Hunter to on supplies, 14. 627-629. 

Huntington to on acts of C. C, &c., 
14. 610-611; on appointment of 
Greene, &c., 14. 721-722; on court 
of inquiry, 14. 699; on prisoners 
and volunteers, 14. 551-552; on 
return of provisions, 14. 556-557. 

in Phila., 2S. 970. 

in need of provisions and answer of 
Board of War, 14. 386-387, 389. 

inactivity, 11. 668-669. 

Ingram to on control of stores, 14. 
662-663; on the loading of public 
wagons, 14. 700. 

James and others to asking for pa- 
role, 14. 596. 

Jamison to on provisions and wag- 
ons, 14. 639-640. 

Jones to on movement of troops, 14. 
681. 

Kilty to on exchange of prisoners, 
14. 686. 

letter of laid before Gen. Assem., 
18. 400; letter from, 14. 769. 

Lewis to on provisions and money, 
14. 607-608. 

location, 18. 197, 464, 496; 15. ix, 
259, 266. 

Long to on money, 14. 655-656. 

Mallett to on payment of warrants, 
14. 753-754. 



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Malmedy to on command for self, 
14. 531; on his army service and 
ambitions, 14. 538-540; on So. 
campaign. 14. 631-632. 

Marion to, 14. 746-747; on defeat of 
Tyne, 14. 726; on his movements, 
14. 616-618, 621-622 746-7; on his 
attacks on Br., 14. 665-666. 

Martin to on Br. movements, 14. 
720. 

Maryland Council to on supplies to 
troops, 14. 673. 

Matthews to on public affairs, 14. 
707-708. 

Mazaret to on clothing, &c., 14. 724. 

Measam to on movements of British, 
&c., 14. 634-635. 

memorandum by on location of 
army, 14. 755. 

Millett and Estis to on wagons, 14. 
508. 

Morgan to on new company to be 
raised by Shelby, 14. 749-750; on 
provisions, 14. 762-763; on his 
sickness, 14. 558; on his suspen- 
sion, 14. 730-731. 

Morris to on defeat of Tories, 14. 
713; on discharge of Va. troops, 
14. 711; on Tories and condition 
of troops, 14. 671. 

movements, 15. 307. 

Muhlenberg to on Br. in Va., 14. 
728-729; on clothing and move- 
ment of troops, 14. 670; on move- 
ment of troops and clothing, 14. 
604-605; on reenforcements to, 14. 
575-576, 579; on supplies, 14. 687; 
on Va. troops, 14. 560-561. 

Munford to on movements of troops, 
14. 614; on reinforcements, 14. 
576-577. 

Naime to on parole, 14. 719. 

Nash to on Armand, 14. 595; on 
empty treasury, 14. 702; on plun- 
dering by troops, 14. 602; on sup- 
plies for troops, &c., 14. 513-514; 
on Southern campaign, 14. 504- 
505. 

number of troops under, 15. 291. 

opinion of in army, 15. 175. 

orders Polk to Salisbury, 14. 736; 
retreat of Harrington and counter- 
mands same, 14. 418, 423. 

papers, extracts from, 14. 496-768, 
825-826; 15. 3-4, 89-91. 

Paschke to on provisions, 14. 561. 

Pendergrast to on provisions, 14. 
641, 757-758. 



Penn to on provisions, 14. 640. 

Peters to on linen and Southern 
campaign, 14. 501-502, 517-519. 

Pickering to on arms, 14. 533; on 
his wound, &c., 14. 560, 575. 

placed in charge of Southern Dept, 
14. 501. 

plans of considered, 15. 267; of. Les- 
lie and Clinton against, 15. 291. 

plot in favor of, 18. 61. 

Polk gives receipt for draft, 14. 698; 
to on attack on Br., 14. 606; on 
need of money, 14. 684-685; on 
threatened attack on N. C, 14. 
608-609; on Va. draft, 14. 700-701. 

Porterfield to on Br. movements, 14. 
546-547; on his need of a surgeon, 
14. 568; on militia and British, 
14. 558-559; on provisions, 14. 
533-534; on Tories, 14. 528-529; 
on Williams's Va. company, f4. 
535. 

Ramsey to on provisions and Scotch, 
14. 543-545. 

recommends manufacture of accou- 
terments, IS. 720. 

reinforces Washington, 11. 801, 806, 
809. 

report on battle of Stillwater, 11. 
638; on defeat at Camden, 16. 
383-385; on evacuation of R. I., 
14. 219; of Ticonderoga, 11. 814; 
on King's Mtn. to C. C, 15. xii; 
on movements of Br., 14. 213; on 
Stillwater battle, 22. 971 ; on Tory 
movements, 15. 413. 

repulses Burgoyne, 22. 972. 

result of defeat at Camden, 14. 769. 

retreats to Hillsboro, 15. vi. 

return of troops under, 15. 162. 

returns North, 16. iv. 

returns thanks for King's Mtn., 15. 
115-116. 

Richman to on medicines and hos- 
pitals, 14. 523-525. 

route of, etc., 14. 396. 

Rutherford to on Br. movements in 
S. C, 14. 825-826; on blockade 
of Charleston, 14. 496; on British 
movements, 14. 514-515. 

sends reinforcements to Washing- 
ton, 1 1 . 677, 681, 693. 

Senf to on condition of Eastern Va., 
14. 688-690; on fleets, &c., 14. 
672; on public affairs, 14. 656-657; 
on reinforcements and supplies to, 
14. 574-575. 

sent to Boston, 18. 250; 22. 986. 



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77 



GATES, LOVET 



Sharpe to on public affairs and his 
suspension, 14. 708-709. 

Smallwood to on British movements, 
14. 703-705; on movements of Br. 
and Tories, &c., 14. 712-713; on 
Br. reinforcements, militia, &c., 
14. 743-744; on clothing for Md. 
troops, 14. 681-682; on defeat of 
Tories, 14. 698-699; on failure of 
Polk to supply provisions, 14 .737; 
on his movements, 14. 587; on 
his retreat from Camden, 14. 569- 
571; on movement of troops, &c., 
14. 580-582, 703-705, 764; on pro- 
vision and movement of troops, 
14. 720-721; on retreat of Com- 
wallis, 14. 760-761; on winter 
camp, provisions and prisoners, 
14. 740-743. 

spirit in N. C. after defeat of, 16. 
375-376. 

Stevens to on Camden defeat, 14. 
568-569; condition of troops, 14. 
556, 735-736; and movement of 
troops, Ac, 14. 737-739; on mi- 
litia, 14. 637-638; and money, 14. 
613; on movement of his troops, 
14. 573-574; on prisoners, 14. 752- 
753; on provisions for troops, 14. 
519, 530, 637-638; and militia, 14. 
594; on supplies, 14. 729-730; on 
wagons, 14. 753. 

stragglers from to be seized and 
movement of, 1 5. iv. 

succeeds Lincoln, 14. xii. 

Sumner and Harrington to obey, 14. 
401. 

Sumner to on Br. and Tories, 14. 
775-776; on Br. movements, 14. 
651, 658-659, 779; and condition of 
troops, 14. 661-662; and smallpox, 
14. 678-679; on Br. occupation of 
Charlotte and neighborhood, 16. 
89-91; on captured dispatches, 14. 
679-680; on condition of troops. 
&c., 14. 590, 770; on defeat of 
Tories, 14. 611-612; on defence 
of his position, 14. 667-668; on 
expiration of enlistments, 14. 781; 
on his arrival in Salisbury and 
answer, 14. 773; on his move- 
ments, 14. 593, 616, 778; on King's 
Mountain, 14. 682; 16. 114; on 
King's Mountain, Smallwood's 
command of militia, &c., 14. 785; 
on movements of troops, 14. 646- 
648; on return of troops. 14. 608; 
on skirmishes of Davidson, 14. 



784; on Tories, &c., 14. 669-670, 
782, 783 (2 letters); and smallpox, 
14. 786-787. 

Sumter to on Br. movements, 14. 
754-755; on operations against Br., 
14. 550; on prisoners, 14. 765. 

surrenders So. army to command of 
Greene, 16. 170. 

suspended and succeeded by Greene, 
14. 709, 792; 16. xiv. 

takes command of Northern army, 
11. 570. 

thanks Kolb, 15. v. 

thanksgiving for Victory of, 12. 148- 
149. 

threatens Burgoyne, 11. 623, 626. 

to Board of War on Polk and provis- 
ions for army, 16. 416. 

to call on So. States for militia, 14. 
851-852. 

to Caswell on clothing for army, 18. 
17-18; on recruits and their ac- 
courtrements, 18. 75-77. 

to Harrington with invitation to din- 
ner, 16. 432. 

to Jefferson on movement of troops, 
16. 117. 

to Nash on arms for militia, 15. 79; 
on provisions, 15. 3-4, 17-18. 

to organize So. army and defend 
So. States, 14. 852. 

to Sumner on defence of the Yad- 
kin, 14. 778-779; on movements of 
Br., 14. 692, 693; on movement 
of troops, 14. 781, 783; on scouts, 
14. 772. 

to Washington on movements and 
condition of troops, 15. 65-66. 

trouble with over stores, 14. 447. 

Vaughan to on wounded Americans, 
14. 559. 

Wade to on treatment of Tories, 
&c.. 14. 750-752. 

War office to on clothing, 14. 551. 

Weedon to on Br. attack on Va., 14. 
723; on supplies, 14. 624. 

White to on condition of his regi- 
ment, 14. 510-512; on troops, 14. 
582-583; on movement of troops, 
14. 702-703. 

Williams to on pursuit of Ferguson 
and invasion of Ga., 16. 94; on 
soldiers as waiters, 14. 716-717; 
on supplies and condition of 
troops, 14. 734-735. 
Gates, Mrs. Horatio, 14. 496, 498, 517, 

669, 739, 826. 
Gates, Lovet, asks relief from church 



GATES, LOVETT 



78 



GAUSNAY, WM. 



tax, 8. 95-96'. 
petition on who are tythables, 8. 97. 
Gates, Lovett, does not take oath, 2S. 

173. 
Gates, Peter, army pay, 17. 215. 
Gates, Thomas, pirate and witness, 2. 

341, 349. 
Gates Co., 18. 676; 14. 181; 16. 641; 
18. 497; 18. 480; 20. 12, 22, 195, 
199, 377, 625; 21. 158, 732, 738, 
887; 24. 582, 860; 26. 64. 
act on jurors, 24. 273-5; to alter 
time of county courts, 24. 330-1, 
717; to establish. 24. 230-2; to 
tax for pub. buildings, 24. 239, 
456, 873-4; to make allowance to 
contractors for pub. buildings and 
tax, 24. 410. 
bill to collect tax, 18. 40, 271, 274, 
276, 291; 18. 409, 723, 724, 731; 
to complete buildings in, 17. 659, 
733. 
census of 1790, 28. 556-568. 
drafts from, 16. 591. 
in Edenton dist, 15. 377. 
members in Assembly, 18. 735, 784, 
914; 18. 1; 17. 264, 794, 877; 18. 
2, 15, 226, 245; 18. 1, 129, 234, 
400, 717; 20. 2, 119, 125, 301, 319, 
475; 21. 2, 193, 244. 729, 871. 
members in Conv. 1788 and '89, 22. 

2, 25, 28, 29, 32, 37. 
militia from, 1 5. 399 ; in service, 1 5. 

399. 
owes State, 21. 1068, 1074. 
population, 18. 433. 
return of taxable property for, 21. 

602. 
tax in, 18. 706. 
troops from move, 16. 483. 
Gatesville, N. C, 1. xx. 
Gatewood, Dudley, money due to, 18. 
129, 131. 
navigation coms'r, 26. 107. 
pensioner, 22. 67. 
Gathier, Capt., sword to, 14. 439. 
Gathmore, John, takes oath, 22. 179. 
Gathmore, Wm., takes oath, 22. 179. 
Gatlain, Edward, claims allowed, 12. 

274, 275. 
Gatlin, Edwd., army rank, 18. 1069. 
Gatlin, Ed., Jr., in militia, 22. 320, 

321. 
Gatlin, Ed., 8r., in militia, 22. 322. 
Gatlin, James, buys at Martin sale, 

22. 882. 
Gatlin, James, claims. 8. 590. 
Gatiln, Jese, army rank, 18. 1071. 



' Gatlin, John, abuses McLewean and 
' taken into custody, 4. 1335, 1336, 
I 1337-1338. 

caveat against, 8. 1018. 
Gatlin, John, clerk of company, 22. 

321, 322. 
Gatlin, John, land grant to, 4. 710, 765. 
Gatlin, John, Jr., in militia, 22. 321, 

322. 
Gatlin, John, 8r., in militia, 22. 321, 

322. 
Gatlin, Levy, army rank, 18. 1067. 

court martialed, 12. 545. 
Gatlin, Thomas, rights proved, 4. 598. 
Gatiln, Wm., in militia, 22. 321, 322. 
Gatling, Capt., commands troops, 2. 

309. 
Gatling, Edward, a J. P., 2. 526. 
Gatling, Edward, allowance to, 12. 

120. 
Gatling, Ed., in militia, 22. 360. 
Gatling, Jno., in militia, 22. 359. 
Gatling (Gatlin), John, land grant to, 

4. 335, 336, 344, 349, 590, 895. 
Gatling, John, Jr., land grants to, 4. 

1238, 1248. 
Gatling, Levi, army record, 18. 481. 
Gatling, Wm., in militia, 22. 359. 
Gatling, Wm., Jr., in militia, 22. 359. 
Gaton, Capt., commands the Romulus, 

16. 157. 
Gatree, Matw., army rank, 18. 1070. 
Gatten, Jesse, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Gatten's Creek, 20. 431. 
Gattery, Henry, in army, 16. 723. 
Gaugh, Daniel, army pay, 17. 214. 
Gauge of barrels, act on, 28. 55-56, 
333. 
bill to ascertain, 4. 477, 501, 504, 505. 
note on act for, 8. 186. 
Gaul, Patrick, army pay, 17. 214. 
Gaunt, Giles, army rank, 18. 1069. 
Gaunt, Jas., & Co., property confiscat- 
ed, 18. 672. 
Gaurd, Jno., army rank, 18. 1067. 
Gaurd, Joshua, army rank, 18. 1070. 
Cause, Needham, a J. P., 28. 993. 
tries, values and condemns slaves, 
18. 375-376. 
Cause (Gauge), Wm., a J. P., 28. 993. 
in Assembly, 12. 816, 817, 873, 879; 

18. 378. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 36, 47, 48. 
powder to, 10. 419. 
tries, values and condemns slaves, 
18. 375-376. 
Gauslin, Simon, army pay, 17. 213. 
Gausnay, Wm., land grant to, 18. 573. 



GAUSNEY, WM. 



79 



GEDDY, JOHN 



Gausney, Wm., act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 
land grant to, 18. 572. 

Qausway, Wm., act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 

Qautier, Mr., asks leave to take oath, 
16. 984. 

Gautier (Gaitier), Joseph, in Assem- 
bly, 21. 737, 740, 797, 799, 831. 
871, 873, 875, 882, 887, 904, 909, 
916, 917, 927, 930, 931, 934. 941, 
946, 955, 958, 962, 965, 999, 1000, 
1003, 1004, 1006. 1012, 1013, 1020, 
1021, 1032. 1050, 1055. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 7, 26, 27, 30, 32, 35. 
See also Gaitier. 

Gauze, Wm., building coms'r, 24. 632. 

Gaven, Mr., 6. 1211. 

Gavin, Chas., in militia. 22. 330. 

Gavin, Charles, land grant to, 4. 642. 
962, 1245, 1249. 1252. 

Gavin, Charles, vestryman. 28. 343. 

Gavin, Hugh, in militia. 22. 421. 

Gavin, Sam, in militia, 22. 284. 

Gavin, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 330. 

Gavins, Charles, rights proved, 4. 1249. 

Gavin's Ford, 8. 758. 

Gavlsh, John, on regulation of Cross 
Creek, 15. 209-211. 

Gawler, Henry, money paid to, 1. 455. 

Gay, Ensign, resigns, 18. 298. 

Gay, Allen, army rank, 18. 1069. 

Gay, Babel, army rank, 18. 1069. 

Gay, Boble, army pay, 17. 213. 

Gay, Henry, juror, 4. 524. 

Gay, Heny, army rank, 18. 1069. 

Gay, Jas., army rank, 18. 1069. 

Gay, Jaa., army rank. 18. 1070. 

Gay, James, asks for new county, 8. 
90. 

Gay, John, killed. 22. 134. 

Gay, John, land grant to, 4. 710. 

Gay, John, pay to, 22. 1014. 

Gay, John, to Dry on seizure of ves- 
sels, 7. 177-178. 

Gay, Joshua, army rank, 18. 1069. 

Gay, Rlchd., army rank, 18. 1069. 

Gay, Simon, army rank, 18. 1068. 

Gay, Solomon, army rank, 18. 1069. 

Gay, Wm., army pay. 17. 214. 

Gay, Wm., army rank, 18. 1068. 

Gay, Wm., army rank, 18. 1070. 

Gay, Wm., in Davidson's Co.. 14. 294. 

Gay, Wm., soldier, 20. 234. 235. 

Qayden, Geo., takes oath, 22. 176. 

Gay lard. See Gay lord. 

Gay lard (-lord), Ben J., petition, 
232-233. 246. 277. 428, 459. 463. 



Gaylard, Jeremiah, ensign of militia. 

14. 135. 
Gaylard, Thomas, in militia. 8. 1050. 
Gaylard, Thomas, juror, 8. 509. 
Gayle, Christopher, petitions on coun- 
ty bounds, 8. 633-634. 
Gayler's Branch, 24. 527. 
Gaylor, James, army pay, 17. 215. 
Gay lor, Jas., army rank, 18. 1070. 
Gaylord. See Gaylard. 
Gaylord, John, allowance to, 18. 428, 

760, 765. 
Gaylord, Samuel, regulator, 8. 78. 
Gayton, Capt., 17. 980. 
Gayton, Commodore, 15. 301. 
Gazette, 6. 36; 7. ix, xxii; 8. v; 18. 
846; 22. 620, 763. 
by Davis & Boyd, 18. 1021. 
printed by Steuart, 7. vi. 
published by Dixon & Hunter, 18. 

140. 
Rivin&ton*s (?), 18. 873. 
suppressed, 7. viii. 
Gears, Billy, deserters, 11. 834. 
Gears, George, deserter, 11. 834. 
Gears, Jack, deserter, 11. 834. 
Geary, Admiral, 16. 121. 
Geary, Geo., army rank, 18. 1065. 
Geary, Josh., army rank, 18. 1065. 
Geary's, Va., 15. 383. 
Geddes, Wm., pays for Del.. 17. 560. 
Geddle, John, to superintend printing 

of bills. 24. 475. 
Geddy, Col., prisoners of considered, 

28. 726. 
Geddy, John, a J. P.. 28. 994. 
account of. 28. 533. 
allowance to, 18. 370; 28. 73. 
claim, 18. 608. 
Geddy, John, coms'r on building, 24. 
240; on magazines, 18. 683-684; 
to build magazine, 12. 854. 
deposition on accounts, 18. 409, 411, 

425, 437, 442, 447, 735, 777. 788. 
fair judge, 24. 284. 
in Assem., 18. 139, 168, 218, 234, 
235. 238, 249, 263, 275, 282, 287. 
292. 295, 299, 319. 324. 334. 352, 
354, 359. 
in Prov. Cong., 8. 1041, 1043, 1049; 

18. 165, 167, 172, 192. 
lieut. col. of militia, 12. 604. 712. 
major, 18. 1001. 

memorial, 28. 211, 220, 281, 396, 464- 

465, 469; considered, 17. 353, 363. 

nom. as tobacco coms'r, 17. 413; 

100. 
pay to, 22. 1018. 



GEDDY, THOa 



80 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY 



resigns as lieut col., 18. 708. 
serves in place of Alston, 18. 397. 
sheriff, 21. 1074. 
to be captain, 14. 286. 
to bring witness, 10. 689. 
to learn to make salt petre, 10. 537. 
Geddy, Thos., In army, 18. 528. 

Gee, , land warrant to, 6. 1091. 

Gee, Capt., 10. 622, 963. 
roster of Co., 16. 1003, 1010, 1026, 
1040, 1055, 1063, 1069, 1073, 1086, 
1088, 1100-1, 1109, 1123. 1128, 1132, 
1143, 1153. 1168, 1181. 
wounded. 15. 638. 
Gee. Col., 10. 966. 
Gee, Lt. Coi., 10. 745. 
Gee, Chapel, commissary. 10. 569. 
resigns as commissary. 10. 630. 
to bring Fisher before Council of 
Safety. 10. 692. 
Gee, Charles, land grant lapses, 1. 

855. 
Gee, Drury, a J. P.. 28. 995. 
accounts. 20. 26. 

committee on tax accounts of. 18. 
403. 404. 406, 409, 417, 422, 423, 
464, 474, 487-488, 728, 731, 735, 
745, 751, 753, 819, 821, 828. 
in Assem., 10. 178, 234, 235, 262. 267, 
282, 286, 294, 295. 299. 314. 324, 
334, 354. 364. 
in Prov. Cong.. 10. 165. 167. 173, 501, 

523. 
lieut. col., 10. 577. 
major, 10. 531. 559. 
on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 507, 560. 
on S. C. of Halifax Dist, 10. 215. 
Gee, Howell, army rank, 16. 1066. 
Gee, Jas., army rank, 18. 480. 16. 
1063. 
captain, 10. 559. 
lieut. 10. 187. 

ordered to his command, 11. 752. 
on court martial, 11. 752. 
on regulation of Cross Creek, 16. 

209-211. 
signs Cumberland Co. Ass'n, 10. 
29-30. 
Gee, Jesse, army rank, 18. 1068. 
Gee, John, in army, 16. 740. 
Gee, John, in Indian war, 10. 760. 
Gee, John M., takes depositions on 
illegal fees in Orange, 7. 780, 781. 
Gee, Wm., army rank, 16. 1063. 
Geekle, Mrs., property to, 17. 167. 
Cieekie (Giekie), James, 14. 803. 
case of as J. P., 20. 290-291, 292. 
contributes to S. C, 10. 437. 



executes warrant of Assembly, 16. 

193. 
'marries and administers property, 

17. 166. 167. 168. 
on confiscation act, 16. 203-204. 
on S. C. of Wilmington, 10. 69. 72. 
89. 93. 112, 141, 151, 157. 263, 283, 
298, 299, 328, 331. 334. 335. 336. 
345, 348, 363. 388. 389. 405, 410. 
411. 412, 419, 420. 421. 425. 426, 
427. 
payment to for medicines. 10. 358. 

629. 
surgeon in Cont. army. 10. 363. 
to supply hospital. 10. 405. 
taxable. 16. 191. 
voter, 16. 237. 
Gees, Nat., takes Indians to visit 

Washington. 11. 608. 
Geeshall, 2. 540. 
Geest, Joseph, petition on separation, 

22. 705-11. 
Gegg, Thos., witness to treaty. 17. 

586. 
Gelkle, James, recommended as judge. 

20. 151. 
Geingles, Samuel, petition against 

marriage act. 8. 623-624. 
Geir, Christian, prisoner. 17. 1045. 
Gelasple. See Gillespie, etc. 

Gelaspie, , charged by Merrll as 

leader of regulators, 8. 656. 657. 
Gelatly, Alexander, to leave country. 

11. 553-554. 
Gel din, Isaac, in army. 18. 509; 16. 

1062. 
Gel let, David, land grant to, 4. 799. 
Geiiibrande, 8., 11. 34. 
Gel i ion, IMichael, exempted, 8. 476. 
Gemel, David, petition on separation. 

22. 705-8. 
Genealogy, Burke (E.) to Dr. Burke 
on. 16. 676-680. 
fees for registering, 28. 280. 
register provided for births, burials 
and marriages, 28. 50, 52. 
General Arnold, galley, captured, 16. 
483. 
damage to, 17. 952-953. 
General Assembly (Assembly, Legisla- 
ture of N. C), 28. 118, 120, 122. 
129, 131, 133. 136, 141, 144, 146, 
150, 151, 158, 161, 162, 164, 166, 
168, 169, 170, 172, 173, 175, 177, 
178, 181, 182, 186, 187, 191, 205, 
207, 210, 212, 213, 214, 215, 217, 
218, 219. 220. 228, 229, 231. 232. 
234, 238. 240. 244. 248. 249. 251. 



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252, 


268, 


273. 


. 275, 


285. 


286. 


287, 


288. 


289, 


292, 


295. 


297. 


298. 


299, 


301, 


303. 


304 


, 308. 


310. 


312, 


. 314. 


316. 


317, 


329. 


, 330, 


331, 


333 


. 342, 


343. 


345. 


346 


, 347, 


349, 


351 


, 352. 


355, 


358, 


361 


. 362, 


363, 


364 


, 365. 


366, 


367. 


369. 


, 371. 


374, 


375 


, 378. 


380, 


382, 


383 


, 385, 


387, 


388 


, 390. 


391, 


392, 


401, 


402. 


418, 


419, 


420. 


421, 


422. 


424, 


, 426. 


433, 


435 


. 438. 


439, 


440. 


442 


, 443. 


446, 


, 447 


, 449, 


451. 


456. 


462 


, 467, 


468, 


469, 


, 471. 


472, 


475, 


476 


, 477. 


479, 


480 


. 481, 


483, 


485, 


488 


. 489. 


492, 


494 


, 495, 


497. 


, 498, 


500. 


501, 


502, 


503, 


, 505, 


506, 


507, 


509. 


. 512. 


515, 


518 


, 523, 


526, 


529. 


531. 


534. 


535, 


538, 


, 540. 


541. 


542. 


546, 


547, 


548. 


550. 


563. 


574, 


575, 


577 


. 583, 


585, 


586, 


, 587, 


588, 


589, 


593 


, 594, 


596. 


601 


, 607, 


611. 


, 613. 


615 


. 616, 


617, 


618 


. 619, 


621, 


622. 


627 


. 629, 


630, 


632. 


633, 


634. 


636. 


639, 


650, 


654, 


656, 


657. 


658, 


660, 


662 


, 664, 


665, 


666. 


673. 


675, 


676. 


678, 


. 680, 


682. 


683, 


, 684. 


685. 


686, 


688, 


704, 


711, 


713. 


723. 


725, 


728, 


741 


, 744, 


745. 


746 


, 747, 


749, 


750, 


752 


, 754. 


755, 


757. 


759. 


760, 


766, 


768 


. 769. 


772, 


773 


, 776, 


777, 


779, 


780 


, 781, 


784, 


785. 


787, 


788. 


789, 


801. 


> 802, 


803, 


804. 


805, 


810. 


814, 


815 


, 818, 


819, 


823 


. 826, 


828, 


831. 


832. 


, 833, 


835, 


838 


. 840, 


841, 


842, 


844, 


, 846. 


850, 


851. 


853, 


854, 


856, 


857 


, 858. 


860, 


862 


. 863, 


864, 


865. 


866 


867. 


869, 


870. 


872, 


892. 


896. 


900 


. 904. 


906, 


907 


, 908, 


909, 


910. 


911 


, 914. 


915, 


916 


, 919, 


920, 


922, 


923, 


924. 


925. 


926. 


927, 


928. 


929, 


931 


. 940. 


945, 


948 


, 952, 


955, 


956, 


958. 


960. 


961, 


963 


, 966, 


967. 


968, 


970. 


971. 


972. 


973. 


974, 


975, 


976; 


25. 


519a. 









act for Brunswick to send rep. to, 
26. 264-5; for members to take 
oath, 29. 151; for more punctual 
attendance of members, 4. 1166; 
forbidding officers to sit in, 24. 
685; 26. 69-70; limiting represen- 
tation considered by Board of 
Trade, 4. 1028-1031; on, 28. 103, 
117; 26. 160; on biennial, 28. 
12-14; on election of, 24. 79-82, 
765-6, 767-8; 26. 11-12. 25, 50-1, 
110, 191-4, 214, 262, 265; act on 
elections and qualification for, 28. 
207-210, 337; on elections in Tenn., 
24. 766-6 on salary for, 25. 309; 



and on attendance, 28. 298-299, 
340; regulating members sent to 
Eng., 4. 849-850; relating to bien- 
nial sessions, 2. 213-216; to ad- 
minister oath to members, 24. 
103; to alter time of, 24. 547, 685; 
26. 80-1; to compel attendance of 
members, 24. 906-7; 26. 239; to 
defray expenses of members, 25. 
239"; to elect Senators, 26. 3-4; to 
equalize representation in, 28. 
251-252, 338; to fix place for, 24. 
448, 510-11; to pay members, 28. 
131, 298-299, 340. 494; to regulate 
elections and electors, 28. 523-6, 
862-3; to regulate elections for to 
be repealed, 6. 93. 116, 117. 

action on articles of Confederation, 
12. V. 

acts of, see, 28, 24 and 26; on 
ftind surveys, 1. xi-xii; not sent 
out, 11. 606, 617-618; passed by. 
18. 355-358. 

address on Gary Rebellion, 1. 784- 
787; to Burrington, 2. 618-619; 
on land sales, 2. 528-529; address 
to King, 6. 414-416; on French 
War, 6. 1094-1095; on transfer 
and Burrington, 8. 137-138; on 
trials, 6. 123-124; to Proprietors, 
2. 619-620; to from Rowan militia 
on use of m. instead of regular 
troops. 18. 389-390. 

addresses from governor to, 4. 77- 
79, 82-83, 110-114, 121, 122-123. 226- 
230, 237-239, 271-272. 356-357, 383, 
408. 409. 471-473, 498, 550-551, 552- 
554, 555, 556, 557, 571, 574-575, 
720-721, 734-735, 771-772, 776, 815- 
816, 863-864, 867, 899, 916-917, 972- 
973, 985-986, 1009-1010, 1015, 1026- 
1027, 1052, 1068, 1256-1257, 1275- 
1276, 1284, 1317-1318, 1329-1330; 
6. 38-39. 54, 177, 178, 192, 213-216, 
219, 220-225, 233-237. 239. 249, 279- 
280, 310-311, 495-498, 500, 519-520, 
526, 558-559, 658-660, 662, 666, 690. 
692-693, 700, 715. 722, 733. 735-736. 
830-831, 832-833. 846. 865, 869-871, 
872, 884, 885, 893. 902, 912-913, 
917, 918, 924-925, 998-1000, 1011, 
1013-1015, 1016, 1033-1034, 1042, 
1054, 1055, 1070,1096. 1098; 6. 86-87, 
89, 96-97. 98, 100. 101, 111-112, 115- 
116. 118, 119, 120, 133-134, 136-137, 
141-142, 147-148. 149-150. 152, 169- 
170, 346-347, 349, 373-374, 402-403, 
408-409, 420-421, 426-427. 428, 437- 



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438, 439-440, 441, 446, 448-450. 452, 
471-473, 478-479, 502-503, 515, 639, 
642. 669-670, 679, 689, 695, 802-804, 
806, 811. 813-814, 822-823, 835-837, 
838-840, 842, 901, 927-928, 942, 

958, 1089-1091, 1094, 1151, 1152, 
1157, 1160-1161, 1200, 1207, 1211, ' 
1218-1220, 1221, 1235, 1250. 1253- 
1254, 1258. 1262, 1289, 1291-1292. 
1301, 1311-1312, 1316. 1317; 7. 46, 
62, 65-66, 71, 77, 292-295, 299, 
335, 339-340, 344, 355, 356, 360- 
361, 372-373. 374, 386-387, 404. 
408. 421-422, 560-552, 554-555, 567. 
572, 576. 581. 624. 630. 653, 666. 
667, 669, 670, 890-893, 895-896, 922, 
926-927, 933-934. 935, 939, 946, 

959, 976. 979, 98S; 8. 86-89, 93-94, 
100-101, 104-105, 118, 125, 126, 128, 
130-131, 134, 137, 138, 140-141, 282- 
286, 287, 292, 306-307, 310, 3lft-317- 
318, 329, 330. 334, 345-346, 378, 381, 
382. 386. 390, 392, 399. 404. 408. 
412, 415, 416. 417, 419, 421. 425, 
430-431, 433-434, 435, 438, 439, 445, 
446-447, 450, 452, 454, 468-469, 470, 
471-472, 473-474; 9. 101-103, 106- 
107, 137, 138, 140, 145, 158, 159. 
165. 173. 178. 182. 191, 192, 201. 
202. 218, 219, 220, 377-380, 385. 
456, 458, 465, 467, 468. 486. 496. 
501, 505, 521. 534. 540. 541. 548, 
560-561. 562, 569-570, 578, 581, 582. 
595, 707-709, 712-713. 736. 737. 742. 
749-750, 762, 763. 768, 784, 787-788. 
831-834, 837-838, 856-857, 862-863. 
870-872, 877-878, 882-883. 890-893, 
897. 920, 924, 928-929, 931, 937. 942. 
944. 945. 946-948. 950, 1190-1196. 

addresses to governor, 4. 76, 80-82, 
83-85, 108-110, 116. 119-120, 122, 136. 
147-148, 151, 230-232, 236-237, 358, 
386, 473-474, 479. 495-496. 533, 554, 
556, 557, 572. 654. 716-718, 722, 736, 
774, 777-778, 817. 818-819. 839. 860, 
865, 866, 974, 987-988, 998. 1016. 
1025, 1259, 1277-1278, 1287, 1291. 
1319-1320, 1332-1333, 1346; 6. 40, 
55-56 62, 76, 179-180, 194-195, 209. 
217-219, 226-227, 237-238, 301-303, 
499, 524-525, 661-662, 682, 689, 691- 
692, 712, 729, 832, 844-845, 865-866, 
871-872. 891-892, 904. 919, 1001, 
1002, 1007, 1012, 1015-1016, 1040- 
1041, 1042, 1062-1064, 1069, 1098- 
1099; 6. 88, 99-100, 106-107, 111- 
112, 118, 120, 138-140, 151, 156-157. 
167-168, 197. 348, 367-368, 369-372. 



376, 390, 397-398, 400, 403-404, 416- 
418, 440, 451, 474. 476-478, 498, 503- 
504, 509-510, 516-517, 640-641. 666- 
667. 680, 687-688, 690-691, 808-810. 
828-829, 840-841, 898, 899-900a, 934. 
940, 957-958, 959, 961, 1093-1094, 
1138-1139, 1154-11546, 1157, 1198, 
1221, 1249-1250, 1260-1261, 1262. 
1290, 1304-1305, 1306, 1308-1311. 
1314; 7. 44-45, 63-64, 66-67. 73-74, 
297-298. 333-334, 335. 347. 347-350. 
362, 375, 385. 390. 395, 414, 415, 
416-417, 419. 553-554, 566, 569-570, 
589, 641, 656, 659, 660, 664, 665, 
667, 683, 893-894, 925-926, 930-932, 
950, 952, 974, 979. 985; 6. 91-92, 
109, 113-115. 125, 135, 136, 289-290, 
308. 311-313. 328. 333. 381. 383. 385. 
410. 415. 417, 419. 431, 440. 442. 
443, 446, 448, 449, 456, 457-458. 
462-463, 464, 465, 467, 470, 471, 473, 
474, 476; 8. 103-105, 138, 142-143, 
155, 158, 162. 169, 178, 179, 181. 
190, 211, 212, 214, 215, 216, 217, 
218, 381-382, 452, 454-456. 460, 461, 
465, 480, 496, 502, 504, 507, 520. 
521, 535, 536, 546, 551, 558, 561- 
562, 563-564, 565, 566, 567, 568, 569, 
570, 571, 580, 582, 595, 710-711, 739. 
742-743, 759, 761, 835, 879-880. 888, 
894-895, 922, 923, 925, 935, 936, 938, 
940-942, 943, 944, 948, 950, 1196, 
1201-1204. 
addresses to and from governor, 8. 
253-254, 260-262, 267, 273, 276-277, 
283, 295-297, 298, 300-301, 303, 304- 
305, 311, 315, 321-322, 323, 540-542. 
543-544, 545, 546, 547,548-552,563, 
564, 565, 577, 581, 582, 583, 585- 
586, 592, 593, 594, 595, 596, 597. 
598-600. 606-609, 609-611, 613-622. 
636. 638-639, 641; 18. 6-19, 20, 23. 
25, 26, 29, 30-31, 34, 35, 39, 40-43. 
48. 54, 68. 77, 78, 91, 98, 111, 114- 
115, 120, 121, 122, 123, 125, 133, 
140, 150, 164, 171; 17. iii-lv, 34-39. 
42, 43, 50, 51, 67-69, 176-177, 268, 
269-275, 288-290, 308-309, 312-313, 
316, 319, 328, 331, 334, 337, 338, 
348, 350, 353, 356, 367-368, 376, 382, 
389, 413, 636, 637, 638, 641, 642, 
643, 649, 653-654, 655, 706. 716-720. 
724. 726, 728, 731, 732, 738, 740, 
796, 797, 802-803. 807, 812-815, 816- 
817, 824, 825, 829-830, 831, 832, 834, 
839. 850. 853, 870, 880-883, 885-886. 
889-890. 893-894. 898-899. 900. 901, 
902, 909, 910-913, 918, 919-921, 934. 



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935, 936, 937. 946. 957, 968, 969,! 
970. 975; 18. 3, 8, 12. 18. 20. 21, 
26, 58, 80, 103, 125, 130, 133, 134, 
143, 146, 166, 183, 195. 219, 230, 
231-234. 239-240, 247-248, 249, 250. 
255. 279, 290, 293, 313, 314, 326. 
337, 339. 347, 348, 352, 358, 359. 
368, 382, 438. 441, 451, 456, 805. 
810. 811, 814. 815, 821, 822. 824; 
19. 3. 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, 16, 19. 20, 
27-29. 42, 43, 47, 61. 74, 76, 80, 
83, 84, 91. 94. 99. 100, 105, 116. 
118, 123. 131, 132, 135, 137, 140. 
141, 142. 147, 149, 151. 158, 161- 
162, 166. 171. 175, 184, 208, 218, 
219, 223, 224, 228, 229, 231, 236. 
237, 240-243, 244, 245-246, 248, 250, 
252, 253, 254, 257, 258, 262, 265, 
266, 268, 276, 280. 281, 284, 285, 
287, 293. 302, 305, 306, 336-337, 338, 
347, 351. 352, 354, 357, 360-361, 364, 
402, 406, 407, 408, 412. 418, 422, 
426, 429, 432, 433, 434, 439, 444, 
451, 458. 466. 488, 491. 492, 493. 
494-499, 501-502. 505-506, 508. 512, 
515, 517, 522-523, 524, 530-531. 534, 

536, 537. 539, 540. 541, 548, 549, 
564, 565, 574, 575, 577, 586, 589-590, 
593. 598-599, 606, 608, 618-619, 622. 
630. 631, 635. 663, 665. 666. 670, 
674. 677. 680. 681. 692. 699, 701, 
704, 723, 724-727, 730-731. 733, 734. 
739, 740. 741, 745-747, 748, 749. 750- 
751. 754. 755, 758, 765-766, 769. 770. 
774. 775, 779, 792. 802, 806. 809. 
816; 20. 3, 4, 6, 7, 13. 15, 16. 20. 
25, 26. 27. 30. 31, 38, 41, 42, 47. 
48, 50. 62, 68, 80. 86, 95, 115, 122, 
128-130, 135, 136. 144-145, 146, 150, 
151. 152. 158, 208, 218-219, 220, 228, 
240, 243, 244, 246-247. 250-251, 253, 
254, 262. 264-265, 266, 267, 269, 274, 
276, 278, 279, 280, 303, 312, 318, 
327, 338, 393, 408. 409. 410. 425, 
432, 433. 437, 444, 445, 451. 457, 
458-459. 462. 466. 470, 472, 477-478, 
483, 484, 485, 489. 493. 496, 504. 
505. 506, 512. 521, 528, 529, 536, 

537. 551. 552. 553, 558. 570. 572, 
583, 588, 591, 596; 21. 5. 10-12. 
13. 18, 19, 20, 25, 26. 30. 41. 44. 
53-54, 56, 66, 69, 73, 84-85. 90. Ill, 
202, 206. 227, 230, 250, 262-263, 265, 
280, 295. 311-313. 315, 317. 319, 426- 
429, 578, 594, 598, 612-613, 620. 644, 
655, 656, 657. 660, 661, 697, 731- 
732. 739, 759, 760, 763, 766, 783, 796, 
797. 810. 833. 840. 842. 852. 858, 



860, 874, 876-879. 888, 908, 909. 911, 

912-914, 932, 933, 940, 942, 959, 960. 

979. 1014-1015. 1016. 1018, 1046; 

22. 1026, 1033-38, 1039-43. 
adjourned. 2. 308. 
affected by new precincts. 8. 440- 

442, 446, 450. 
against further retreat of Gates's 

army, 14. 612-613. 
all members of also members of 

Prov. Cong., 0. xxxiv. 
allowance to, 4. 1067, 1072; 7. 60; 

12. 735-736, 745. 787, 794, 799, 808, 

809, 817, 849, 871; 18. 201, 219. 223. 

352, 355, 358. 369-399, 471, 472, 

818; 20. 94, 99, 105, 163, 175, 260, 

265, 292-293. 348, 350. 397. 402, 

444, 578-579. 
allowed to reestablish counties, 6. 

vil. 
alone has power to suspend laws, 

28. 977. 
amendment to Journals desired. 8. 

xviii. 
and aid bill, 8. 243-244. 
and Judges. 18. 863-864. 
answers Everard's speech, 2. 613- 

614; Glover. 1. 699; answer of 

Dobbs to resolutions, 8. 280-310. 
apology for action of. 1. 785-786. 
appoints clerks. 17. 423; com. of 

correspondence, 11. viii; David- 
son brig. gen. pro tem., 22. 1008; 

officers, for troops, 14. 263-265. 
approves proceedings of C. C. 11. 

290. 
arrests officers for distraining. 4. 

243. 244. 
Ashe to on depreciation of currency. 

14. 248-251. 
asks approval of court bill. 8. xviii; 

for restoration of Burrington. 8. 

vi-vii; suspension of officers. 2. 

620; Va. for aid, 1. 888-889. 
asserts liberty of people, 8. v-vii. 
assists in raising soldiers. 4. 421, 

424. 
assumes power. 6. 957. 960. 
authority over delegates in Cont. 

Cong, claimed. 18. 104. 
balloting for place of holding. 12. 

59. 65. 
bargains with Tryon, 8. xii-xiv. 
biennial act for should be repealed, 
8. 343, 344; quoted, 4. 1152-1153. 
discussed, 4. 1213. 1214, 1216. 1219. 
bill and resolutions on pay of mem- 
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981, 982-983. 1017, 1030, 1031, 
1032, 1058; for allowance to, 8. 
1238, 1240, 1280, 1281, 1283, 1287, 
1289, 1290, 1291; for each county 
to meet expenses of its members, 
18. 120, 346, 357; for expenses of 
members, 17. 343, 358, 377, 381. 
393, 397, 404, 424-425; for payment 
of, 4. 478, 482, 486, 488. 489. 491. 
508, 510, 514, 526, 528-529, 532. 
534; for salary to speaker. 9. 407, 
492, 497, 517, 519. 547; for tax to 
pay members, 9. 403, 510, 511, 
531; for triennial sessions, 7. 903, 
905, 911, 938, 953, 955. 957. 959. 
963; 9. 412. 417, 422, 457, 525, 

529. 530, 535, 540, 713, 714, 715. 
744, 748, 752, 844, 855. 899, 900, 
917; on election of members, 12. 
179. 186, 189, 195, 196, 197, 233. 
262, 354, 355, 362, 369. 371, 379. 
380, 414. 449. 451; 18. 357; 19. 
439, 440, 470, 586, 600, 603, 647, 
737. 756, 761, 765, 773. 780, 781, 
789. 795, 803. 811, 820-821; 20. 
96, 101. 112, 492, 530. 541; 21. 
21, 24, 39, 41, 57, 243. 299. 317, 
346. 392, 632. 726; and to alter 
time of, 19. 182, 210, 304, 340; 
on meetings, 19. 547; on pay- 
ment of members, 20. 497, 506, 

530. 535. 546; 21. 33, 35. 39, 76, 
79, 83, 103, 108. 153. 157, 189- 
191, 297, 322, 349. 357. 410-411. 641. 
675; on qualification of members, 
21. 828, 835, 1002, 1009, 1011, 
1051; to alter time of. 19. 424, 
446. 449. 639, 644. 658. 678. 681; 
and methods of election. 18. 46, 
62. 92, 132, 171, 270, 276, 321. 326, 
356, 360, 390; and fix place of 
meeting, 20. 211, 214, 387; and of 
electing members, 21. 278, 281. 
305, 333, 371, 405, 418, 629, 664, 
675, 715, 718, 750, 755, 773, 899, 
905, 910, 925, 929, 966; to amend 
act on electing, 18. 34; to compel 
attendance, 8. 644. 668, 673-674, 
675, 679-680; 18. 26, 27; 12. 162, 
165. 323, 330, 331, 343; 18. 26, 
27; 17. 637. 640. 642, 716, 720, 
722, 727, 729, 756; 19. 7, 139, 
153, 250, 251. 263. 271, 273, 295- 
297; 20. 131, 134. 139, 141, 144, 
148, 308, 318, 325; to compel 
attendance of voters on elec- 
tions of, 18. 542, 637, 655; to 



compel exercise of suffrage, 
166; to debar Federal office hold- 
ers, 21. 758, 772, 780, 889, 906, 
908. 910, 911, 924, 928, 936; to 
debar officers from holding seats 
in, 17. 394-395, 396; to fix place 
for meeting of, 18. 59, 60, 63, 68, 
69, 75, 79. 85, 123, 127; 19. 34, 40, 
46, 86, 171. 181. 187, 289, 303. 304, 
308. 314. 334; 21. 918, 924, 928; to 
fix time when acts go in force, 19. 
425-426, 447, 760, 780, 790, 807; 
keep office holders out of, 20. 91; 
to pay expenses of. 8. 1104, 1111, 
1113, 1121. 1129-1130, 1131-1133, 
1134-1136, 1137, 1175. 1177, 1184, 
1185. 1188. 1192, 1202-1203. 1204, 
1207; to pay members of. 17. 305; 
to prevent members from holding 
other offices. 19. 428, 450. 464, 
763, 789, 795, 803, 816; to regulate 
elections to, 6. 1046; 8. 453, 463, 
464, 468. 480, 484, 501-502, 503. 504, 
505, 511, 1105, 1112. 1120, 1122, 
1174-1175, 1176, 1186, 1189, 1192; 
8. 362. 370. 371, 376. 377, 426, 427. 
437. 447. 459. 462, 479, 523; 9. 
110. 113. 117, 120, 135. 156. 157, 
164. 167. 168, 176, 182, 186. 187, 
221. 255, 256; 12. 52, 62, 68; 20. 
173. 207, 349. 350. 413; number of 
members. 4. 835, 836. 838, 839. 
840. 841. 842; to repeal part of 
act on election of members, 20. 
153, 333. 

bills to be prepared for considera- 
tion of. 10. 981. 

Bloodworth to on Spanish treaty, 
22. 899-902. 

Board of Trade on quorum for. 8. 
539-540. 

Bond asks pay for crew of the Cas- 
well. 16. 221. 

Boyd to on rations and forage, 16. 
220. 

Brown petitions for relief, 9. 51. 

Burke to declining reelection on his 
imprisonment, &c., 18. 292-295; 
on collection of taxes, 16. 497- 
498; on landing of British and 
answer. 18. 284-285. 290-291; on 
powers of the Cont. Cong, and the 
Confederation, 11. 701-703; on 
proposed Confederation, 14. 349- 
351; on public affairs. 18. 289- 
290. 291; on troops, 18. 285-286. 

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fuBes to pay, 8. 154 ; to, on Smith, 
8. 616; Burrington's addresses 
and communications to, 8. 257-259, 
263, 265, 270-272, 274, 276, 280, 283, 
286-288, 300. 308-309, 320, 322-323, 
324-325; treatment of considered, 
8. 353. 

called, 6. 30; by Caswell, 18. 455; 
by Dobbs, 8. 234; by Martin, 10. 
xxxi; by proclamation, 14. 876; 
to meet in Hillsboro, 19. 904; in 
Wilmington, 6. 629. 

calling of no advantage, 10. 49-50. 

Gary rebellion referred to, 1. xxvii- 
xxviii. 

Caswell returns thanks to, 16. 196- 
197; to on condition and pay of 
troops, 14. 77; to on Franklin 
State, 22. 680; on his promotions 
in troops, 11. 443-445; on his re- 
election as governor, 18. 99-100; 
on letter of Henry, 11. 718; on 
militia law, 14. 12; on public af- 
fairs, 14. 296; recommending mi- 
litia officers, 18. 403. 

character in 1782, 18. 613; in 1868- 
1870, 11. iv. 

charges of Dobbs against answered, 
6. 983. 

charters necessary for certain towns 
and counties to have representa- 
tives, 6. 77. 

Child to on accounts, vouchers, etc., 
delivered to Thomas, 22. 1017-20. 

choice of members for in 1708, 1. 
696. 

claims considered, 8. 724. 751-753. 

claims control of delegates in Cont. 
Cong., 18. 209-210. 

committee on expenses, 18. 69, 74, 
88, 103, 104, 105, 109; on Malmedy 
and Marquis of Bretigny report, 
16. 230; on ways and means to 
pay, 16. 104, 105. 128, 129, 131; 
on tardy members, 21. 732, 875, 
1060; to revise and correct jour- 
nals, 12. 267; to revise and tran- 
scribe paid for work, 12. 289. 

Commons assume whole power, 16. 
41. 

composed of J. P.'s, 0. 1158. 

composition, 7. xx; and powers, 8. 
68-69; 10. 1007-13; 22. 980-2. 

condition of Journals, 11. iv. 

considers Fanning's terms, 22. 225- 
289. 

constitution and history. 8. 443-444, 



451-455; in early period, 6. 88-89. 
consulted on location of capital, 8. 

xxiv. 
continues to act in name of Pro- 
prietors, 2. iii. 
controls public money, 4. xxii; 8. 

ix-x, xv-xvi; 10. 402. ■ 
council decides membership of, 2. 

571; on resolves of, 2. 243-244. 
created, 10. 1007-1013. 
criticism on, 16. 341; by Johnston, 

11. 504-505. 
Cushing to on duties and taxes by 

Parliament, 7. 686-689. 
Dartmouth on action of, 8. 680, 987- 

989; on dissolution of and quorum 

in, 8. 664-665. 
DeCambray to on Fort Hancock, 16. 

233-234. 
declines offer of Judge Murphey to 

print records, 11. iv. 
DeCotteneau to on fortifications at 

Cape Lookout, 16. 215-218. 
defense against regulators consid- 
ered, 8. 681-682, 684, 686, 687, 688- 

690, 691, 694. 
denounced for riot act, 8. 519-520. 
denounces Corbin, 6. lix, Ix; illegal 

taxation, 8. vii-viii. 
depositions on efforts to break up 

session by northern members, 4. 

1189-1198, 1201-1202. 
discussion on payment of, 4. 406, 

408, 409. 411, 413. 
dispensed with by Burrington, 8. 

531, 559-560, 571, 599, 610. 
dispute over appointment of officers, 

8. 482-484, 576; with governor, 2. 

676. 
dissent allowed to members of, 28. 

984. 
dissenters excluded from in S. C, 

2. 913-917. 
dissolution and representation dis- 
cussed, 8. 5-6; approved, 10. 90; 

criticised, 8. 183. 
dissolved, 1. 842; 2. 246; 8. 415; 4. 

352, 618, 719, 732; 6. 144;^; 8. 331; 

7. 135, 160; 8. 37, 38, 171; 8. 78, 

1211; and reason, 0. 954-955; by 

Martin, 0. xxxill; on death of 

King, 8. 639. 
Dobbs has troubles with, 8. 32-33; 

on its action on French War aid 

bill, 6. 40-41; reports on, 6. 153- 

154; 8. 319-324; representation 

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to Board of Trade on, 8. 216-217. 

duration of not to be fixed, 6. 92. 

efforts to make It like House of 
Commons, 9. xli, xlii. 

Egremont on its refusal of aid in 
French war, 8. 736-737. 

elected by freeholders, 8. 93. 

election for, 4. 800. 

Ellis to on importation of arms, 14. 
810-811. 

emasculated by power of governor, 
O. xxxiii. 

employs agent to look into matter of 
land grants, 4. 323-324, 328; em- 
ploys H. E. McCulloh as agent, 7. 
877-879. 

enemy of rioters, 6. lix, Ix. 

esUmate of cost of, 9. 217, 218, 223- 
226, 370-1; considered, 9. 442, 580. 
581. 582. 587-591. 

Evans to on discharge from army, 
16. 236. 

evil effect of dissolution, 9. 627. 

expels Husband. 9. 268-270, 330-331, 
471, 473. 494. 

extract from Journals, 22. 424. 433. 

fails to meet expectations of Frank- 
lin State. 22. 679-80. 

failure of members to report inves- 
tigated, 21. 387-388. 398. 

falls out with Dobbs, 8. iii. 

Federal officers not eligible to, 21. 
iv. 

fight of Gary party against, 1. 780; 
with Dobbs, 8. 243-251 ; with John- 
ston on quit rents, 4. xiv-xviii. 

fines for contempt of, 2. 617. 

first meets in New hern and work 
summarized, 1 1 . xix-xx. 

food and clothes asked from for Ga. 
troops and granted, 11. 685-687. 
692-693. 

form of prorogation, 4. 1179. 

forms of enactment. 2. 206. 

franchise and qualifications for, 8. 
526-527. 

fundamental constitutions of defin- 
ed, 8. 455-456. 

gifts to officers forbidden. 6. 240. 
1115; 7. 228. 

Gilchrist petitions for her husband. 
18. 465-467. 

gives encouragement to Scotch, 4. 
ix. 

Glover's protest to that of 1708, 1. 
698-699. 

goes into secret session, 8. 409. 



governor to prorogue, etc., 24. 164. 

grants land to Tuscaroras. 7. 218- 
219, 220; money for French and 
Indian war, 6. 110. 

Harold petitions for pension, 16. 
208-209. 

Hillsborough to Try on on good con- 
duct of, 7. 788-789. 

Hinson to on exportation of provis- 
ions, 16. 218-219. 

history of act relating to, 8. 180, 
181; of petition from, 8. 56. 

Huske to on salary, 18. 467. 

impeaches governor, O. xlii; peers, 
8. 553, 588. 

insists on appointing public officers, 
6. 943. 

instructions on duration and ad- 
journing of, 6. 1106. 1111, 1112; 
on elections for, 6. 1105, 1110- 
1111; on representation, 8. 559; 
transmission of laws and Journals, 
6. 1118-1119; to gov. on. 6. 655- 
656; on number of members of, 
8. 512. 515; on public bills of 
credit bills, 6. 43-45. 

instructs commissioners to examine 
and report on provisions, 16. 200. 

Iredell petitions in favor of H. E. 
McCulloh, 22. 896-9. 

Jealous and impatient of oppression, 
4. 459; of Congress, 21. iv-v. 

Johnston on conduct of, 4. 418; on 
law for biennial elections, 4. 25. 

Jones to on Halifax brigade and 
British movements, 22. 1030-2 (2 
letters); on recruiting troops, 14. 
351. 

Journals 2. 462-3, 528-9, 575-578, 608- . 
624; 8. 175-9, 180-9. 257-325, 540- 
611, 612-622. 634-643; 4. 75, 155, 
225-41, 355-414, 470-5, 492-534, 552- 
75. 651-5, 714-52. 770-91. 814-34, 
838-43, 855-68. 898-917, 971-1027. 
1051-73. 1256-1300. 1317-48; 6. 23-4, 
38-77, 177-312. 495-559. 658-738. 
829-925. 998-1101; 8. 85-215, 345- 
520, 638-697, 800-965, 1089-1318; 7. 
41-88, 291-423, 549-670. 890-986; 8. 
86-141. 282-4796; 9. 101-226, 376- 
591, 706-788, 831-953, 1187-1205; 
12. 1-452, 549-880; 18. 532-1000; 
16. 740-1; 18. 1-177; 17. vi, 264- 
426. 633-978; 18. 1-485, 803-825; 
19. iii, 1-836; 20. iii, 1-599; 21. 
1-192, 193-436, 577-1083; 22. 54; 
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479, 480; missing, 14. xvi; 16. iii; 
suppressed, 4. 1157; to be sent to 
Board of Trade, 4. 1314, 1316, 1317. 

Journals and laws sent to England. 
8. 63, 98, 395, 628, 631; 4. 24, 610, 
869, 882, 931-932, 1162; 6. 24, 29, 
81, 109, 124, 137, 144c, 151, 171, 
331, 439, 461, 480, 481, 482, 485, 
486. 649, 650, 652, 653, 739, 783-784, 
808, 809, 932, 933, 964, 988; 6. 1, 
32, 33, 54, 67, 72, 74, 75, 216. 221, 
226, 251, 279, 280, 319, 328-330, 
413, 521, 625, 627, 712, 967, 970, 
1004, 1036, 1062; 7. 105, 147, 266, 
290, 291, 430, 434, 437, 438, 440, 
454, 508, 545, 678, 692, 881, 882, 
987, 988; 8. 494, 627; 8. 100, 230, 
252, 367, 627, 646, 698, 812, 816, 
820, 958, 959, 1223, 1227, 1245; 18. 
379; submitted to Board of Trade, 
4. 439; to be removed to Newbern 
and copied, 8. 440-441; to be 
printed, 18. 1013. 

keep governors In their power, 6. 644 

King offended by resolutions of, 8. 
170-171. 

Lamb on act to limit representa- 
tion, 26. 237. 

Lamkin to on taxes in Try on Co., 
16. 219-220. 

laws and Journals to be printed, 17. 
469; passed by, 18. 471-472; in 
1753, 6. 23-24. 

letter of Proprietors on laws of N. 
C, 2. 235-236; to Speaker from 
Va. on counterfeiting, 11. 241; on 
right to seats in, 18. 1010-1011. 

list of acts, resolves, letters, &c., 
submitted to, 1 8. 399-401 ; of mem- 
bers, 1. 787, 838; 2. 207, 213, 
216, 575, 608; 8. 561-562, 634; 4. 
115, 493, 651-652, 720, 723, 724, 726, 
727, 730, 733, 737, 740, 749, 750. 
770, 771, 774. 776, 814, 815, 816, 
817, 818. 819, 826. 827, 838, 839, 
840, 841, 855, 856, 863, 984. 1169, 
1174, 1180, 1181, 1189, 1193, 1195, 
1196, 1197, 1201, 1231, 1274, 1277, 
1278, 1290, 1291, 1329; 6. xxiv, Ivi, 
53, 54, 56, 58, 60, 61, 62, 154, 192, 
193, 212, 231-232. 237, 239, 249, 256. 
283, 521, 522, 523, 525, 526, 527. 
528, 529, 552, 554. 688-689, 690. 
691. 693. 694. 697, 701, 718, 813. 
843, 845. 847, 850, 867-868, 889, 
890, 893, 894. 896, 898, 1002, 1005, 
1006, 1007, 1011, 1041, 1055, 1058; 



8. 95, 96, 97, 98, 107, 109, 133, 135, 
136, 138, 145, 146, 147, 362-363, 364, 
365, 374, 375, 376, 381, 390, 399, 
470, 471, 473, 478, 489, 493, 514, 
661-663, 665, 673, 683, 800-801, 805, 
807, 808, 810, 829, 893-894, 895, 897, 
9006, 902, 903, 910, 916, 1150, 1151, 
1152. 1157, 1162, 1168, 1174, 1258, 
1259, 1260, 1262, 1266, 1268, 1275, 
1291, 1293; 7. 62, 63, 64, 66, 67, 
86, 1686, 342, 343, 346, 350, 351, 
354, 358. 364, 366, 368, 382, 384, 
390, 473, 566. 567, 568, 571, 573, 
575, 577, 579, 581, 589. 644, 650, 
655, 690, 925, 928, 932; 8. 40, 106- 
107, 108, 109, 110, 113, 118, 166, 
303-304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 
310, 314. 315, 320, 325, 327, 328, 
329, 330, 344, 346, 386, 387, 418, 
431, 439, 494; 8. 447, 448, 733- 
735, 874, 1188-1189; of papers to 
be laid before, 18. 734m-734n; 16. 
194-195; of rules to be observed 
by, 8. 479a-479b. 

McCulloh on resolves of, 8. 172, 181. 

Maclaine on, 18. 534. 

McLean to on Tories in Tryon Co., 
14. 261-262; on sale of Tory goods, 
16. 213. 

make up of in 1710, 1 . 769. 

makes charges against Burrington 
and his reply, 8. viii-ix; void acts 
of former government, 1. 793-794. 

Malmedy to on raising Light Horse, 
16. 229-230, 231-233. 

manipulated to secure a quit rent 
law, 4. 584-585. 

Martin on actions of, 8. 676, 1223- 
1228; on his troubles with from 
court act, 8. 373-374; to Dart- 
mouth on actions of, 8. 1212-1215; 
on unbecoming conduct of, 8. 698- 
699. 

Martin to on army promotions, 18. 
312; on Cherokee treaty, 8. 304- 
305; on Franklin State, 17. 439- 
440; on his election, independence 
and public affairs, 18. 295-298; 
on lands for soldiers, 18. 324-325; 
on militia and exchange of prison- 
ers, Livingston, &c., 18. 320-321, 
322, 326; on pay of Com. Gen., 
18. 788-789; on public affairs, 18. 
773-782; 17. 551-555; on sale of 
confiscated property and on laws, 
18. 796-797; on supplies for army, 
18. 463. 



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meets, 18. v; at Bath and New 
Bern, 8. xviii. 

member elected from two different 
constituencies, 8. 452; fined for 
non-attendance, 4. 1279; given to 
Bdenton and Bath, 26. 178; not 
to be protected from suits, 6. 
1111-1112; refuse to attend, 8. 
1035. 

memorial of Campbell for pay, 22. 
811-14; Davis on cost of printing 
' laws and journals, 16. 222-225; 
of Hazard on passage of laws on 
post office, &c., 18. 395-396; of 
Ramsay, Rochester & Johnston 
on gun factory, 18. 345-347; on 
courts and attachments, 8. 1147- 
1149; to Board of Trade on Dobbs, 
8. 1005-1006. 

method of choosing members, 1. 
636, 639; of Burrington to circum- 
vent, 8. 380-381; of defeating bus- 
iness. 4. 1186; of preventing quo- 
rum. 4. 1207-1208. 1209. 

modeled on House of Commons, 7. 
788. 

money power claimed by, 8. 336. 

must make levy, 8. 526. 

name of Lower House, 4. 715. 731. 

Nash to on Malmedy and Light 
Horse, 22. 778; on ordering out 
militia, 16. 214; on provisions, 
16. 76-77; on supplies for So. 
army, 14. 806; on threatened in- 
vasion of N. C. and the Board of 
War, 16. 225-229. 

no copy of proceedings to be had, 
4. 1100. 

nominates agent and quarrels with 
Dobbs. 8. 9. 

not called. 8. 1215; by Tryon, 7. x; 
to be called by deputies, 1. 370; 
not hostile to regulators, 8. iv. 

not to be limited by law, 6. 113; 
to give gifts to officers, 8. 98-99; 
to make gifts to gov., 7. 357-358; 
8. 202. 

note on acts on. 8. 191. 193. 

notifies Martin of election as gover- 
nor, 18. 302-303. 

number of members, 1. xxxii; 6. 86, 
87, 1110-1111; 8. vi; in 1708. 1. 
xxvii-xxviii ; from each precinct, 
2. 214; from new counties, 28. 
205; to be elected. 6. 1447i, 151; 
to the county, 6. 85, 86, 87, 88. 90. 
91; 7. 283-284; to Bath Co., 1.629. 



offends Tryon. 8. 169. 

officers, 2. 575, 608, 609, 610; paid, 
8. 243. 

Ogg to on Ward debts, 22. 801-2. 

on 47th instruction to Burrington, 
8. 495-496. 

on sale of Spanish wrecks, 4. 1251. 

oppose Burrington and causes, 8. 
v-vi, 202. 

Orange Co. asks to be represented, 
6. 364. 

orders sale of the Washington, 11. 
825. 

ordinance on place for, 22. 35; on 
qualifications for, 18. 990, 992, 
1001; 28. 999-1000; continued in 
force, 12. 94. 

organization, 8. xiv; in Franklin, 
22. 664-5; in 1708, 1. 697. 

passes court law. 11. 825; resolu- 
tions of 1715. 2. xi. 

pay of members, 17. 859-860. 862, 
863; 18. 177. 185-186, 395-396, 408- 
409; 18. 608. 667, 669-670, 679; 
21. 209, 213. 425. 426, 580. 587. 
608; considered. 17. 695, 769, 783; 
discussed, 4. 377, 379, 382; pro- 
vided. 4. 1063. 

payments made in corn. 18. 334. 

persecutes Gary, 1. xxviil-xxix. 

persons not eligible. 28. 983; 24. 81. 

petition from to King on issue of 
paper currency. 7. 681-682; of 
laid before Sec'y of State, 8. 50- 
51; presented to Earl Hills- 
borough. 8. 55. 56, 58. 59. 62; of 
to be laid before Parliament. 8. 
1102; petitions to, 16. 187; 18. 
931-935; against Corbin and oth- 
ers. 6. Ivi. lix; for division of 
counties, 8. 89-90, 91-2, 809-810; 
for expenses in recruiting for Va., 
6. 252; for inspection Warehouse 
in Orange. 8. 80o; for more time 
to settle sheriff's accounts, 8. 802- 
803; for pensions. 8. 54. 55. 60, 
62-64, 92-93; for repeal of mar- 
riage and vestry acts, 18. 1015- 
1017; for separate govt., 1. 786; 
for service against regulators, 8. 
801-802; from Anson regulators, 
8. 76-80; from Guilford on C. H., 
8. 806-809; from Cumberland Co. 
on regulation of Cross Creek and 
Campbellton, 16. 209-211; from 
merchants on confiscation act, 16. 
203-205; from Orange and Rowan 



g^n^raL assembly 



8d 



geIneraL assembly 



to on correction of grievances, 8. 
81-84; to from Rowan on lack of 
Bstab. church, 8. 219; from St. 
Luke's Parish, 8. 154-155; from 
Western Country (Tenn.) on sep- 
aration, S2. 705-14; of Barker on 
his stay In England, 22. 892-3; 
of Hay on Dobbs's lands, 16. 201- 
202; of Porter on gun factory, 22. 
895-896; of Presbyterians on mar- 
riage at, 8. 80b; on county boun- 
dary, 8. €33-635; on fishing in 
Deep River, 8. 87-88; on repeal of 
tax on free negroes, 8. 982-983; on 
Windsor as C. H.. 8. 804-806; to 
be relieved from church tax, 8. 
96-97. 

place of meeting chosen for, 18. 
90. 92. 95. 96; 17. 311. 318, 336, 
337-338; 18. 307. 312. 336, 337, 
341, 342, 347, 352; 18. 58. 60-61, 
116, 185, 189, 202. 311, 312, 331, 
421, 422, 436, 437, 578. 583, 584, 
585, 587, 588, 623. 635, 637. 638, 
644, 645; 28. 29, 49, 50, 198, 207, 
210, 225, 226, 228. 373, 374. 379, 
388, 389, 395, 414. 417. 421. 518. 
522. 523, 536, 537, 538. 539-540, 
542, 544; 21. 63-64, 70, 83, 84, 91, 
92, 93-94, 100, 215, 216, 232, 244, 
251, 253, 258, 282, 287, 303, 585, 
587, 611, 613, 614, 628, 630, 631, 
632, 647, 772773, 777, 778, 779, 787, 
788, 801, 806, 807. 809, 818^ 819, 
821, 822, 826, 827, 828, 831, 927, 
934, 935, 945, 946. 947. 966. 976. 
979, 987, 991. 993, 996, 997, 1001; 
to be located, 18. 752-753, 769, 809. 

Pollock criticizes, 1. 892. 

Powell to on promotion, 14. 342-343. 

powers, 1. xvl; 18. xxiv; report on, 
7. 472; and fees, 7. 473^ 484; 
claimed for in erection of new 
precincts, 3. 440-442, 447, 454; cur- 
tailed by new precincts, 3. 575; 
exercised, 8. 463; over delegates 
to C. C. discussed, 18. 405-407; 
to be limited, 3. 93-94. 

praises Burrington, 8. vii. 

presents grievances of province, 8. 
xviii-xx, xxl. 

procedure on death of member, 4. 
1176-1176. 

proceedings to be secret, 2. 610. 

proclamation for, 4. 461; by Burke, 
16. 712. 

proposed increase in salary of mem- 



bers, 4. 143, 146; regulation of, 
8. 335. 

proposition to hold at Edenton and 
Wilmington, 8. 1. 

Proprietors to on N. C. affairs, 2. 
489-490. 

prorogation provided for, 14. 273; 
to Eidenton asked, 4. 407. 

prorogued, 2. 432; 8. 538, 540; 4. 
241, 243, 244, 271, 281, 351. 352, 
414, 597, 650, 752, 1040; 6. 35, 
175, 211; 8. 79; 7. 118, 188. 279, 
446-447, 670, 676, 729-730, 752, 876, 
877. 986; 8. 85, 191, 192, 261. 492, 
550-551 ; 8. 27, 28, 32, 227, 274, 280, 
346, 697, 874. 1078; 22. 954, 964; 
and dissolved, 8. 587, 594-596, 599. 

protection for provided, 18. x. 

protests against Hopewell treaty, 
• 22. 1005; in matter of fees and 
province bills, 8. 151-152; of Rice 
and Ashe in behalf of, 8. 383-384; 
on law to pay fees in proc. money, 
8. 264, 265. 267, 269-270; to Pro- 
prietors against governor a1id 
council, 2. 576-578. 

provided for in Fund. Consts., 26. v ; 
in the colonies, 2. 154. 

provides nn maintenance, 1. 601; 
pensions and provisions for 
troops, 14. 301-302; whiskey, ftc, 
for troops, 18. 408. 

provisions for payment of members, 
4. 107; 12. 425, 430, 451. 

Quakers in, 1. 885; not to sit in, 1. 
876. 

qualification of members and elec- 
tors. 2. 214-215; 26. 191, 214, 257. 
262, 265; in Franklin, 22. 665. 

quarrel in, 11. 454; over quorum, 
8. 267, 320, 470, 595-596. 597, 598, 
670, 752, 1024, 1035, 1049, 1089; 
prevent aid to S. C, 8. 538; with 
Dobbs, 8. vii-xxiii. xxvi, xxvii- 
xxix, 251-256, 259, 262-268, 267-268, 
268-276, 279-310, 319-324. 344345, 
410-414, 503-504. 516-516. 517. 538- 
541, 552, 596, 597, 619-620, 667, 
669. 

questions Butler and Picket on reg- 
ulators, 22. 410-11; sheriffs on 
regulation matters. 16. 761-763. 

quorum, 2. 216; 4. 1155, 1157, 1170, 
1176, 1177; 6. 82, 1111; consider- 
ed, 8. 836, 984-985 ; correspondence 
• on. 8. 594-596. 599, 600; discussed, 
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ed, 6. 88-89, 90; fails to appear 
and prorogued. 22. 934-5, 944-5, 
946; fixed, 6. 91, 113; not present, 
4. 351-352. 

raises £4,000 for Tuscarora war, 1. 
838. 

Ramsey asks patent for his steam- 
boat, 17. 182-183. 

reasons for dissolution, 8. 344-345; 
8. 150, 151, 152; for inactivity, 8. 
372-373; for postponing, 8. 1114; 
for prorogations, 6. ix; 7. 202; 8. 
790-791. 

rebuke to Dobbs mentioned, 8. 317. 

recommendation to for exemption, 
14. 292. 

recommends J. P.'s, 7. 481; Sumner 
and Clark for brigadiers, 11. 718. 

records of to be surrendered by 
executors of Herritage, 8. 125. . 

refuses aid in French war, 8. 712- 
714; to admit members, 8. 561, 
611; from new precincts, 4. 122; to 
raise troops, 1. 899; to recognize 
Martin's courts, 8. xxiv; to repay 
Va., 1. 840, 842. 

regulations of, 6. 84-85; 28. 984; 
on absence from, 12. 818. 

relations to governor, 8. 478. 

remonstrance to from Mecklenburg 
Co. on confiscation act, 14. 345- 
347; from So. officers, 16. 656. 

reopens land office, 11. 810. 

report from to Tenn. people on in- 
activity of, 22. 722; of com. on 
petition from Western country, 
22. 653-5; on resolves of C. C, 16. 
197-198; on affairs of, 17. 134-136, 
138, 140, 143. 144-147, 149-151, 185- 
186; on arrangements and officers 
of battalions, 18. 469-470; on of- 
ficers for new troops and super- 
numeraries, 16. 715-716; on pub- 
lic accounts, 6. 793-804; on pub- 
lic claims, 22. 815-66; on work of, 
11. 470-471, 479; 18. 958-959, 960- 
961, 962-963, 964; on wounded and 
prisoners at Camden, 16. 166-170. 

representation in considered, 28. 
566-567; by Board of Trade, dis- 
cussed, 4. 879-881, 882-883; 8. 46; 
fate of act on, 4. 1256-1257, 1259, 
1275-1276, 1277-1278; not to be 
fixed by new town and county 
acU, 6. 340-341, 352; to be equal- 
ized, 8. 207. 

resolution against Dobbs and 



Spaight and the same considered, 
8. 268-276; of House of Commons 
to be shown to, 8. 1137; on aid to 
S. C, 16. 388-389; on appointing 
agent in London, 8. 76; on attend- 
ance of members, 12. 288; on 
half pay and lands to soldiers, 
16. 740-741; on its prorogation, 
2. 617; on removal of Tories, 16. 
388; on resignations of officers, 

11. 807-808, 812; sent to delegates 
in C. C, 18. 31; to garrison forts 
Johnston and Granville consider- 
ed, 8. 762-764; to increase dele- 
gation in Cont. Cong., 18. 467-468. 

resolves of, 16. 196, 205-208, 388- 
389; against impressment, 4. xii. 

Rice to on powder money receivers, 
8. 602-603. 

right of initiation demanded, 1. 381; 
to authorize counties to choose 
members denied, 6. vi; to control 
taxation claimed, 7. Iv, v, vi, xxiv. 
Robertson to on reduction of 
Chickamauga settlement, 14. 246- 
248. 

rules of decorum for, 12. 657-658; 
18. 491-492, 721-722, 803; 28. 11- 

12, 113, 114, 123, 125-126, 171, 306- 
308, 348, 481-482, 490; 21. 8-9, 
197, 735-736, 745, 758, 880-881. 

said to be careless of encroachment, 
8. 261. 

salary of members, 2. 622-624; 6. 
212; increased, 4. 136; should be 
advanced, 4. 103. 

seeks to control grant by Parlia- 
ment, 8. 4-5; to secure Colonial 
Records, 1. iv-vii. 

sessions secret, 4. 401. 

Sevier to on Franklin State and his 
imprisonment, 22. 697-9. 

should last longer than 2 years, 4. 
242. 

Skinner to on requirements of treas- 
urers and emission of currency, 
14. 255-256; on U. S. accounts, 
14. 349. 

slowness in meeting. 4. 1164. 

Smith to, on Burrington's charges, 
8. 605-606. 

speech of Everard to, 2. 609-610. 

Spotswood's criticism on, 1. 780. 

stamped paper not necessary for 
writs for, 7. 135. 

Strudwick to on relief from taxes, 
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Struggle of northern counties for 
representation, 4. 866, 857-858, 
860, 863-864, 865, 919, 920, 922, 
924, 934, 938, 939, 943, 944, 957, 
973, 974, 986. 987, 988, 1020, 1087, 
1088, 1098, 1099, 1146, 1148, 1150, 
1151, 1152-1237, 1311; 6. vii, 28, 
108, 218, 248; act on discussed, 
6. 89-93; repealed, 6. 117; Board 
of Trade on, 6. 81-93; disallow- 
ance of act on brought over by 
Dobbs, 6. v-vi; Johnston on fate 
of act, 4. 1317-1318, 1319-1320, 
1330, 1332; summary, 8. viii; 
treatment of absent members, 4. 
916. 

struggle with governor for power, 
6. 948, 949. 

style of enactment by, 12. 54, 56. 

subordinate to Constitution, 19. 
864. 

subserviency in N. and S. C, 1. xxv. 

summoned, S. 516-517; for choice of 
members to, 8. 40. 

sums due members, 4. 150. 

superseded by Prov. Cong., 24. iii. 

sustains Burke against Cont. Cong., 
18. vii. 

Swann speaker, 22. 779. 

takes cue from Cont Cong., 9. 1257. 

thanks Burke, 18. 300-302; Va., 1. 
895. 

Thomas reports to on settlement of 
pub. accts. with U. S., 22. 803-11. 

time for holding changed, 17. 80. 

to be called, 22. 963. 

to be held in Edenton, 2. 460; in 
Newbem, 10. 979. 

to be protected against regulators, 
22. 408, 409, 410. 

to Council on appointment of offi- 
cers, exorbitant fees, ftc, 8. 26^- 
269, 269-270. 

to decide between claims for gov- 
ernorship, 1. 697-698. 

to elect treasurer and secretary, 28. 
982. 

to examine services of agents of 
Cont. Line, 17. 459, 463-464. 

to governor on riots in Granville's 
lands, 6. Ivii-lvix. 

to have no greater powers than 
Parliament, 8. 451. 

to Johnston on survey on Palatine's 
lands, 4. 968-969. 

to King on French war, 6. 682-683, 
710-711, 714. 



to Luzerne on birth of Dauphin and 

answer, 18. 859-860. 
to Martin on public affairs, 18. 951- 

952. 
to meet cost of Tuscarora war, 2. 

60, 62. 
to meet in Newbem, 7. 104-105; on 

Little River, 2. 200. 
too large, 8. 600. 
towns represented in, 28. 79. 
treasurer not to be member of, 28. 

983. 
troops for defense of, 18. 558-9; 17. 

797, 798, 802, 804, 885, 886, 890. 
trouble over quorum, 8. xxvi-xxvii; 

over representation in, 4. 844. 
Tryon causes trouble from, 8. 719; 

on resignations from, 7. 690, 692, 

698; on, 8. 194; on work of, 7. 

266; seeks to get control over, 

8. xxxvii; to Hillsborough on, 7. 

880-881; to on fees, 22. 408. 
ungovernable, 8. 142-143. 
usurps power, 8. 151; 6. 619-620. 
Voight & Co. to on manufacturing 

advantages of Germany, 18. 920- 

924. 
votes £4,000 for Tuscarora war, 1. 

839; men and money for French 

war, 6. xi. 
Walton to on pension, 16. 235. 
warrants to members receivable for 

duties, 18. 466, 812-813, 816. 
Wilcox to on pay for iron, 16. 214- 

215. 
will seek to get power, 8. 483. 
work of, 16. vii; 17. 631-2; 18. 

iii, iv. 
writs issued for election, 8. 212; 4. 

3-4, 618, 700, 701; for election, 8. 

967, 968. 
General Assembly of Albemarle, acts 

of, 1. 142, 152, 183-187, 218-220; 

28. 1-3; 26. 119-22. 
at house of Jenkins, 1. 282. 
banishes Sothel, 2. x. 
builds log house to Jail governor, 1. 

282. 
called by Sothell contrary to orders, 

1. 370. 
Catchmeyd speaker, 1. 152. 
character under Stephens and later, 

6. 84-85. 
chosen by rebels, 1. 297, 299, 303, 

304. 
date of first, 1. xxxii, 101. 
Eastchurch speaker, 1. 228. 



General assemIslV 



9i 



G£:N0£8fi 



elective, 1. 167, ISl. 

first act of, 1. xxxii. 

Hudson testifies before, 1. 290. 

Impress of Fundamental Constitu- 
tion, 1. xvii-xviii. 

members, 1. 273, 281. 

names of, 1. xxxiii. 

number of acts passed in 1669, 1. 
xxxiii. 

order for election of members, 1. 
472. 

petitions for Great Deed of Grant, 
1. 175-176. 

popular election of, 1. 272, 273. 

provided for, 1. xv. 

powers, 1. 81-84, 86, 167-172, 181. 

Quakers in, 1. 251. 

rebels elected to, 1. 251. 

records of, 1. iii. 

sends agents to Eng., 1. 283. 

summoned by Miller, 1. 297. 

to be elected, 1. 81, 235-236, 333. 

to be separate from S. C. 1. 380-381. 

tries Sotbel, 1. xxiv. 

turns Jenkins out, 1. xvii. 
General Assembly of Carolina, to be 
called by gov., 1. 376-377; menfd, 
1. 556. 
General Assembly of Clarendon Co., 

1. 145, 154, 157. 

General Assembly of Franklin State, 
22. 637, 640, 642, 659, 671, 677, 
678, 680, 681, 683, 703, 714. 
oath taken by, 22. 648-9. 
organization and powers, 22. 664-5, 

664-8, 669, 670. 
persons not to sit in, 22. 667-8. 
General Assembly of South Carolina, 
extracts from Journals, 1. 897-905; 

2. 264-260. 

on state of country. 2. 224-226. 
General Baptists, in N. C, 6. 1165. 
origin of Kebukee Asso., 6. 1176. 
statistics of in U. S., 6. 1163. 
See also Baptists. 
General Court of N. C, 28. 252, 253, 

265. 
act to prevent small suits in, 28. 

26-27. 
account of, powers, ftc, 8. 150. 
Corbin an asso. Justice, 6. 32. 
established and held in Newbern, 

28. 256. 
fees, 8. 165-166; 28. 277-8. 
fixed at Newbern, 4. 1087. 
frauds of clerk, 5. 299. 
held at Edenton, 4. 1189. 



interfered with by Porter, 8. 203-204. 
laws to be sent to, 4. 378, 481, 405, 

410. 
list of Justices, 8. 423; see also Jus- 
tices, 
people refuse to attend, 4. 1222-1223. 
records. 1. 405-438. 442-456, 566-568, 
583-596; 2. 80-116, 148-150, 261-269, 
274-275, 357-371, 398-416, 433-448, 
«65-473-476-480, 507-515, 542-558, 
585-603, 640, 645-672, 686-703-720, 
818-834; 8. 52-61, 388-391. 
replies to Everard in Smith's case, 
8. 56. 
General Gage, ship, 10. 511. 
General Gates, brig, lost, 18. 325. 
General Gregory, privateer, meeting 

on, 18. 835. 
General Howe, the, takes Telfair, 

Miller ft Co., 11. 657. 
General Lincoln, brig, 16. 39. 
General Monk, ship, 17. 987. 
General Nash, privateer, makes prizes, 
14. 642, 644, 645; 16. vii, 69, 150. 
General orders, for districta, 18. 634- 

635. 
General warrants, denounced, 10. 
1004. 
not to be granted, 22. 663; 28. 977. 
General Washington, the, commission- 
er for discussed, 11. 528, 532-633. 
fitted out in Wilmington, 11. xx. 
Forster on the fitting out of, 11. 

491-492. 
Ingram recommended for command 

of, 11. 540, 546; 22. 926. 
men enlisted for and affairs of, 11. 

640. 
sale of ordered, 11. 825. 
should be used to import salt, 11. 

545. 
tender of to be sold, 18. 841-842, 

931. 932. 
to be fitted out but not sent out of 

State, 22. 912. 
to defend Cape Fear, 11. 401. 
Geneva, Switzerland, 1. 976. 977; 18. 
157. 
history of, 14. 35. 
Genevan Reformer, 8. 744. 
Gen lens. Miles, army rank, 18. 1068. 
Gennet, Jabish, in militia, 22. 497. 
Gennetts, Robert, commands company, 

10. facing 680. 
Genoa, Republic of, 18. 443. 

peace proclaimed with, 4. 918. 
Genoese, tyranny of, 18. 448. 



GENT, JOHN 



93 



GEORGE III 



Gent, John, laDd grant to, 4. 446. 

Gent, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 970. 

Gentleman's Magazine, 8. xxxv. 

Gentlemen, few In N. C, 2. 310. 
hostility to in Prov. Cong., 10. 1041. 

Gentry, Hugh, petition on separation, 
22. 705-13. 

Gentry, Nathaniel, life of, 2. 604. 

Gentry, Nicholas, act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 
land grant to, 18. 572. 

Geographer, employed by U. S., 20. 
651. 

Geography, prepared by Montflorence, 
13. 336. 

George I., 1. 973; 2. 221, 268, 269, 271, 
319, 320, 481, 547, 580, 5^7. 588, 
690, 667; 3. 91; 6. 1107, 1118; 8. 
525; 7. 724; 8. 513; 23. 1, 23, 525, 
559, 699, '882; 28. 197, 283, 426, 
445. 
approves proposals for boundary 

survey, 2. 744-745. 
cursed, 2. 646, 653-654. 
death of, 8. 4, 5. 
present at council, 2. 680, 732. 
proclaimed in N. C, 2. 146. 

George II., 2. 741, 744; 3. 14. 79, 80, 
119, 128, 129, 132, 136. 389, 414, 
490, 492, 572, 633; 4. x, 54, 180. 
382, 408, 414, 492, 552, 651, 714, 
719, 733, 770, 814, 834. 838, 855, 
863, 954, 984, 1010, 1051, 1064, 
1179. 1182, 1256, 1317, 1329; 
6. 38, 99, 125. 152. 177, 191, 212, 
231, 328, 329, 422, 423, 444, 495, 
520, 567, 669. 579, 614, 615. 617, 
658. 688, 760, 764, 767, 770, 772, 
778, 779, 810, 829, 843, 868, 889, 
930, 962. 963, 998. 1013, 1039, 1195, 
1199; O. 50, 51, 52, 65, 66, 85, 95, 
115, 132, 184, 278, 318. 345, 362, 
420, 427, 439, 447, 469. 511, 513. 
524, 533, 569, 581. 615. 639, 640. 
642. 666. 669. 711, 721, 722, 755, 
756, 776, 985, 987, 1001, 1046; 7. 
13, 93. 117, 140, 141, 153. 251, 548, 
747, 825; 8. 63. 186, 566; 0. 114. 
165, 169, 189, 600, 1011; 10. 1005; 
11. 7, 8, 9. 17. 31, 34, 74, 80, 101, 
109, 112, 120, 125, 126. 133, 134, 
136; 12. 248; 17. 578; 20. 762; 
22. 240, 259, 273. 286, 316, 329. 
330, 345, 362, 363. 389. 819; 23. 
134. 141. 150. 151, 159, 162, 183, 
285, 328, 359, 505, 508, 509. 510. 
515, 516, 523. 534, 538, 539, 636, 



752, 978; 26. 215, 216, 217, 218, 
227, 234, 238, 239, 254, 255, 264, 
275, 280, 285, 286, 304, 305, 307, 
308. 309. 310, 323. 326, 327, 331, 
332, 334. 338, 339, 340, 341, 345, 
350, 351, 356. 357, 360, 361. 362. 
365, 370. 371. 394. 395. 397, 398, 
405, 419, 433, 435, 436, 441, 448. 
449, 450, 477. 

allegiance to. 23. 326. 

appoints members of council, 4. 22- 
23. 

approves instructions to Johnston, 
8. 500. 

Assembly to on French war. 6. 247- 
248, 249. 

commissions Germain as provost 
marshall. 11. 7; Hammerton as 
receiver general of revenue, 11. 
4-6. 

cursed, 2. 826. 

dead, 6. xxxi; 8. 520. 

defeats schemes of France, 6. 221. 

grant to Earl Granville, 4. 655-663. 

instructions to Burrington, 8. 66-73, 
90-118; to Dobbs. 8. 1103-1144. 

makes St John land surveyor and 
quit rent inspector, 11. 1-3. 

orders land grant to Palatines, 4. 
958-959. 

proclaimed. 2. 761. 

statistics of in force in N. C, 28. 
326. 
George III., 8. xxi, 522, 524, 536, 549, 
564. 566. 568, 572, 578, 581, 591, 
592, 638, 639, 640, 642, 661, 666, 
669, 698, 703, 705, 718, 732. 755. 
800, 803, 808, 811, 812, 822, 893, 
891. 1001. 1015, 1043. 1045. 1046. 
1056. 1077. 1089, 1150, 1218, 1257; 

7. viii, 4, 5, 41, 61, 115, 116, 117, 
121, 168c, 182, 191, 231, 251, 292, 
342, 464, 465, 466, 469, 492, 498, 
500, 533. 549. 565, 671, 676, 677, 
683, 691, 716, 742, 747, 758, 770. 
795. 804. 812, 817, 823, 828, 851, 
854, 890, 924. 985. 991; 8. 40, 41, 
81, 105, 122, 182, 190, 191, 215, 225, 
246, 253, 273, 302, 659, 734, 758; 

8. 4, 24, 52, 80, 86. 136. 141, 235. 
447, 591, 593, 673. 674, 692, 733, 
874. 967. 1037. 1038, 1044, 1048. 
1067. 1084, 1122, 1160, 1187, 1267; 
10. 1, 10, 19, 61. 125, 151, 163. 202, 
342, 343, 344, 345, 435, 607, 659, 
977. 1006; 11. 170. 180, 184. 186, 
187, 189, 191, 193, 199, 200. 202, 



GEORGE, PR. OF WALES 94 



GEORGETOWN, S. C. 



209, 210, 212, 219, 234, 235, 364, 
459, 771, 835, 836; 12. 862; 18. 
417, 418, 419, 456; 16. 110, 395; 

16. 264, 268, 386, 419, 421. 441. 
452. 539, 747, 748. 749, 751, 752, 
781, 810. 811. 812, 813. 837, 838, 
850, 857. 862, 863, 869, 870, 871, 
873, 874, 875, 876, 880, 881. 910; 

17. 3. 4, 5, 7. 8. 19, 34. 35. 92, 93, 
551. 588. 589, 590. 806. 901, 902, 
990, 991, 995, 996, 1006, 1007, 1015, 
1019, 1020. 1022; 18. 190, 513. 521. 
549. 565. 610. 628. 697. 800; 18. 
51. 179, 198. 215. 220, 240. 287. 300, 
303, 344. 420. 421, 494. 495. 582, 
674, 675, 715, 716, 725, 738, 747, 
754, 798, 799, 800. 850. 853. 905, 
951. 953; 20. 144. 145. 170. 210. 
217. 325, 345. 387, 649. 670. 671, 
672, 673. 781. 789; 21. 737, 883; 
22. 168. 172. 192. 195. 200, 201. 
202. 214, 218, 219, 226. 231. 233, 
234, 302, 413. 414. 421. 431. 435. 
440. 459. 461, 464, 471, 481. 483, 
568, 607, 616. 657, 868, 870. 876, 
890. 898. 903. 995, 998. 1000. 1024. 
1026. 1027. 1028; 28. 550. 556, 567, 
568, 596, 615, 625, 626, 632, 638, 
654. 660. 664. 688, 696, 704, 723. 
724. 759, 766, 784. 787, 834, 850, 
852, 857, 858. 872, 879. 908, 910, 
931. 975. 979. 985. 997. 998. 999; 
24. 9. 11, 62. 72. 73, 86, 88, 103, 
119. 120. 121, 145, 219. 394. 490, 
502, 684, 884; 26. 457, 458. 466. 
467. 468, 483, 486. 489. 491. 492, 
494, 496, 503. 510, 514. 518, 519a, 
520. 

birthday celebrated, 7. 1006; 8. 592, 
593; 8. 300. 

commlBsions Rutherford as receiver 
gen., 8. 755-757. 

daughter born to, 7. 868; 8. 25. 

forfeits rights. &c., 23. 980. 

form of prayer for, 8. 966. 

issues proc. for suppression of re- 
bellion, 10. 242. 

last recognition of, 11. 773. 

makes members of council also J. 
P.'s. 7. 730-731. 

marriage and coronation, 8. 700. 

portrait of removed from Senate 
room, 12. 16. 

proclaimed, 6. xxxi; 8. 520-521. 628- 
629. 

speech considered. 10. 395. 398. 
George, Prince of Wales, 8. 295. 



-, loyalty of, 1. 315. 
..11. 513. 



George, — 

George. — 

George, Mr., 22. 312. 

George, Capt., Indian. 11. 10. 12. 13. 

George, Ambrose, act for town on 

lands of. 24. 247-8. 
bill for town on lands of, 18. 576. 

579-580. 581. 684. 687. 695. 
George, Billy, deeds Indian land, 28. 

507-9. 
George, Britton, in army. 16. 730; 18. 

1062. 
George, Carmach, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 
George, David, a J. P.. 4. 813. 
juror, 4. 519. 
land grants to. 4. 642. 
George, James, a J. P., 4. 48. 346. 
George, Jesse, in Indian war. 10. 754. 
George, Jolin, petitions Spotswood for 

help. 1. 819-820. 
George, Jos., deposition on exorbitant 

fees. 7. 774. 
George, Lewis, army rank. 18. 1071. 
George, Mitcliei, prisoner. 17. 1045. 
George, Snip Nose, deeds Indian lands. 

26. 507-9. 
George, Tliomas. army pay. 17. 214. 
George, Thomas, land grant to. 4. 

1035. 
George, 8. 602. 

George, fort. N. Y., 8. 635. 652. 
George, lake, settlements on Indian 

lands considered. 8. 582-584. 
George, ship. 10. 324. 328. 
George, ship, captures prize. 18. 98. 
George, sloop, 2. 397. 
George, sloop, 22. 940, 941. 
crew of sent to Halifax, 18. 313. 

314. 319-320. 321. 
stores on unladen, 18. 895-896. 987. 
George City, act to incorporate. 26. 

373-8. 
George Street, 6. 777. 
George Street, Newbern, 28. 864; 24. 

245, 246. 
George Washington, the, commission- 
ers to sell, 12. 237, 420, 422. 
Georgetown (countersign), 18. 588. 
Georgetown, D. C, 11. 836; 18. 82. 

514, 523. 
Tenth regiment winters at. 18. vii. 
Georgetown, D. C. and Md., 22. 94, 

153. 
Georgetown, Md., 16. 536. 

troops inoculated at, 18. 68, 74, 75. 
Georgetown (George's Town), S. C, 6, 



GEORGETOWN, VA 



95 



GEORGIA 



355; 8. 608; 9. 1238. 1239; 10. 
282, 360, 648; 11. 131, 151. 834; 
18. 310; 14. 396, 500, 624, 660, 
680, 681, 786, 805, 812, 825, 846, 
874, 875, 876; 16. 9, 11, 20. 63, 
155. 259. 267, 275, 277, 280, 331, 
336, 348, 368, 380, 381, 382, 383, 
402; 16. 209. 240, 515, 539. 583, 
584, 585, 635, 644, 646, 647, 656, 
661, 728, 930, 933; 17. 129, 1031, 
1035; 21. 388. 693; 22. 142, 143, 
144, 154, 625. 

attacked by Marion, 14. 746. 

Bluker commands in, 14. 749. 

British capture, 14. 821; in, 14. 617, 
621, 726; march from, 14. 666; 
retaken, 16. v. 

captured by Americans, 14. 775; by 
patrioU, 16. 288; 22. 533. 

expedition against proposed, 14. 539. 

number British at, 14. 505, 516. 

supplies sent to, 18. 263; to be sent 
to, 18. 494. 

to send powder to N. C, 11. 271. 
Georgetown, Va., 18. 505. 

and federal capital, 18. 909. 
Georgetown District, 14. 621. 
Georgetown Pariah, 8. C, 8. 221. 
Georgia, Turkey, inferior to N. C, 7. 

285. 
Georgia (U. 8.), 4. 259; 6. 346, 438. 
572, 598. 1083. 1161, 1191, 1192; 
8. 25, 608, 609, 611, 617; 7. 460, 
696, 855; 8. 45, 589, 606, 765. 793. 
794; 8. 811, 1090, 1118, 1282; 10. 
118, 329. 331, 348, 392. 511. 607. 
700, 766, 806; 11. xv, 158, 160,' 
173, 178, 182, 185, 191, 195. 223, 
271, 291, 292, 357, 384, 389, 390, 
429, 686, 687, 708, 717, 752, 798; 
12. 292, 804; 13. xii, xiii. 68, 88, 
96, 213, 245, 305, 332, 333, 396, 466, 
480; 14. 8, 39, 119, 208, 271, 310, 
312, 506, 542, 551, 664. 759, 823; 
16. 105. 171, 242, 250, 253, 254, 
284. 303, 317, 324, 331, 351, 387, 
393, 544; 18. 16. 376. 419, 420, 
440, 615, 651, 935, 936; 17. 11, 13, 
14. 65, 91, 146, 148, 158, 430. 449. 
450, 474, 487, 489, 522, 524, 538, 
821, 905, 907, 980, 1036, 1051, 1052, 
1053; 18. 79, 414, 453, 467. 608, 
663, 689, 756, 757, 760, 762; 19. 
240, 371, 572, 575, 665, 689, 697, 
712, 866; 20. 129, 242, 605, 619, 
670, 680, 695, 697, 701. 702, 719, 
720, 775. 781, 789; 21. 11, 111, 139, 



456, 458, 460. 522, 552, 563, 684, 

703, 856, 985. 1041; 22. 33. 106. 

113. 127, 129, 130. 134, 144, 154, 

159, 534, 537, 617, 801. 966. 980. 

1047; 24. 801; 26. 357. 
act for aid to. 24. 262. 282. 
acts of confirmed, 8. 327; consider- 
ed. 8. 74, 75. 
aid for asked, 10. 805, 806; 13. 799, 

801-802; 14. 16; needed, 14. 23, 

32; sent to, 11. xi, xii; from N. 

C, 14. 15, 730, 731, 935, 936, 938. 

939. 941. 942, 945, 946, 1038; 16. 

351; from S. C, 11. 131, 151; 16. 

348; should be paid by U. S., 24. 

679; wan*ed for, 14. 60, 73, 77, 

78, 83, 113, 206. 233. 254, 260. 358. 
allowance to loan office, 20. 652. 
allowed to recruit in N. C, 10. 700; 

22. 915-16, 942. 
and Briar Creek battle, 14. 277, 

280, 283. 
and impost. 17. 100. 
and Indian trade, 7. 270. 
and King's Mtn., 16. 135. 
and proportion of public debt, 17. 

101. 
and S. C. boundary. 6. 784; 8. 777. 

794. 
and treaty with So. Indians. 17. 

566-567. 
and U. S. duties. 18. 529. 533, 558, 738. 
aroused against Loyalists, 10. 772. 
asked for aid against Cherokees, 

6. 1; to cede land, 18. 715, 717; to 

send delegates to C. C, 18. 743. 
asks leave to recruit, 11. 445. 
Assembly denounces Martin for Mc- 

Gillivray letter, 22. 1006. 
Atkins Indian agent for, 6. 912-913. 
Augusta captured, 16. 496. 
Baptists in, 6. 1169, 1175, 1185, 1192. 
battalions filled from N. C. and Va., 

10. 795-796. 

bill to secure negroes bought in, 18. 
199, 328; to send aid to, 13. 878. 
881. 882. 971. 973. 977. 

bills of Col. White endorsed by N. 
C. 12. 22. 23. 

boundaries with Indians fixed, 8. 
1090. 

boundary dispute with, 8. 776, 778, 
785; with S. C, 17. 465-466; dis- 
cussed, 6. 382-383, 384, 386, 390. 
641. 

bounds to be enlarged by Creeks, 

1 1 . 204. 



GEORGIA 



96 



GEORGIA 



British correspondence on war in, 
17. 979-1037; defeated in, 18. 885; 
fortunes in, 18. 499, 502; griev- 
ances against, 18. 565-566; invade, 

16. 326, 330, 331, 332, 333, 346; 
22. 945, 967; in, 18. 910, 911, 
913; 24. 491; may leave, 18. 
349; overrun, 17. 717; reverses in, 

17. 1029; success in, 14. 222, 223; 
troops to go to, 18. 299. 

Brown defeated in, 16. 665. 

Bryan criticises expedition to, 14 
74-75. 

Campbell on rebellious spirit in and 
answer, 11. 259-261. 

case of considered, 18. 247. 

Caswell to delegates of in C. C. on 
bills in favor of Hardy, 11. 409. 

certificates to line of, 17. 527. 

cession by, 21. 466, 503-504. 

Cherokees and Creeks attack, 18. 
661, 665. 

Cherokees murdered on frontiers of, 
8. 788, 789. 

claims to be settled, 18. 784. 

Clarke (Br.) to command in, 16. 
262. 

coms'n to treat with Creeks and 
Cherokees, 22. 717. 

confiscated property to be recover- 
ed from, 18. 727. 

conquered by Br., 16. 225. 

contracts by officers of, 24. 491. 

Creeks begin hostilities against, 18. 
216; declare war, 8. 263-264; mur- 
ders b/. 7. 214. 

defense of, 16. 312. 

demands satisfaction from Indians, 
7. 282; for settlers killed, 7. 240. 

efforts to keep British out, 11. 833. 

encroaches on Creeks, 11. 201. 

evacuated, 18. 773. 

exhausted, 18. 703, 712. 

expected to cede lands, 18. 888-889. 

expedition to and recruiting for, 1 1 . 
446. 

extension discussed, 8. 385. 

extent, 8. 610. 

favored in matter of trade, 18. xv. 

fighU Creeks, 18. 758. 

forbidden to recruit in N. C, 12. 35. 

forbids purchase of lands from In- 
dians, 8. 1106. 

forts needed in, 6. 477. 

free, 18. 749; 17. 5. 

French and Dutch consuls in, 17. 
480, 481-482, 498, 500, 503; and 



Spanish to be removed from re- 
gion of, 8. 974, 975; may land 
troops in Ga., 16. 415; neutrals 
sent to, 6. 655. 

furnishes aid to neutrals, 8. 585. 

governor consulted on Cherokees, 

7. 235. 

has uni-cameral system, 18. xx. 
Hillsborough to gov. on silk culture, 

8. 38. 

Howe goes to aid of, against In- 
dians, 18. 498-499; to go to, 18. 
738. 

in C. C, 17. 17, 497, 556, 557, 576, 
591; 18. 488, 517, 518, 548, 552, 
640, 641, 671, 709, 726, 754; 28. 
603, 632; 21. 441. 

in vice-admiralty dist of Charleston, 
11. 219. 

increase in size of, 8. 1024; and ces- 
sions of same, 17. 99-100. 

Indian depredations in, 8. 825; trad- 
ers with not regulated, 7. 109-110; 
Indians threaten, 22. 755, 1000; 
unite against, 1 1 . 372. 

inducements to Toryism in, 8. 1165. 

instructions to gov., 11. 242-243, 
244; to Gov. Reynolds same as 
those to Dobbs, 6. 1144. 

invaded by Amer. privateers, 16. 
177; by Br., 14. 37, 78, 95, 113, 
254, 285, 307, 340; by Clarke, 16. 
94; by Indians and East Flori- 
dians and aid to, 11. 706-707, 709. 

invasion of N. C. necessary to save, 
16. 260. 

lack of gov't in, 8. 2. 

Lee and Howe in, 18. 759. 

Lee to command in, 18. 482. 

lenient with Tories, 18. 933, 941. 

letter of White and troops of refer- 
red to Assembly and provisions to 
troops of, 12. 339, 348. 

letter to mentioned, 6. 4^6. 

limits S. C, 11. 130, 150. 

loss of threatened, 16. 269. 

mad with R. Howe, 18. 225; 22. 
983. 

militia from against Cherokees, 8. 
261; on Broad River, 16. 184; 
sent to, 18. 894-895, 899, 986-987. 
993; serves in, 17. 96-97; to be 
called out, 14. 851. 

misconduct, 18. 57. 

Moravian settlements in, 8. 1144- 
1145, 1153. 

movement of troops in, 14. 269-270. 



GEORGIA 



97 



GEORGIA 



negotiates with Creeks, 1. 232. 
no refugees in, 17. 988. 
no representative in C. C, 14. 350. 
N. C. troops in service of, 14. 865; 

to be sent to aid of, 18. 258, 265, 

266, 267, 276, 342. 
number British in, 14. 505, 516, 749; 

of troops from, 14. 272. 
petition of refugees, 18. 60, 61; 18. 

35. 
population in 1756, 6. 470, 473. 
post route continued to Savannah, 

18. 736. 
Presbyterians in, 6. 1193. 
prisoners from, 18. 671-674. 
prises sent into, 1 1 . 778, 779. 
proposed invasion of by Americans, 

14. 293. 
prospects, 16. 656, 658. 
protection taken in, 14. 21. 
provisions for prisoners, 14. 551. 
Pulaski in, 14. 347. 
quota, 18. 946; for public debt, 18. 

413, 415, 429, 760, 771, 890, 929; 

IT. 60, 528; to U. S., 18. 704. 
raises troops, 82. 516. 
records from sent to Germany, 8. 

758. 
recruits in N. C, 18. 718; 11. xiv, 

350, 458; and action on same, 11. 

357-358, 362-363. 
refugees from exempt from draft, 

24. 372; from tax, 24. 351; Join 

Sumter, 18. 266. 
refuses to pay duties, 16. 885-886. 
report on attempted enlistments for, 

12. 129, 130-131; on loans to U. S., 

18. 354, 355. 
resolutions of Cont. Cong, on trade 

of, 18. 411. 
return of officers surrendered, 14. 

860. 
seal for, 11. 211. 
seises the Polly, 18. 948. 
sells property of Tories, 18. 69. 
sends agents to Indian treaties, 18. 

553; delegates to Phila., 17. 93; 

force against Cherokees, 18. 679, 

882; list of attained Tories, 18. 

840, 864, 877. 
settled from Cuba, 4. 633. 
settlers for. 6. 1223; 7. 248; mur- 
dered, 7. 235-236. 
share of sinking fund due from, 14. 

241-243. 
should collect provisions, 22. 914. 
South Carolina, boundary of, 18. 



675-676, 741; trade through, 8. 

556. 
Stuart flees to, 8. 1219. 
successes in, 16. 495. 
supplies So. army, 18. 929. 
Suther teaches in, 8. 739. 
takes land from C, 7. 157; part in 

Indian Congress, 11. 179, 182, 183. 

199, 203. 
tax on for forts, 8. 471, 473. 
threatened by Britich, 18. 284-236, 

287, 305, 832-334, 338; by St. Au- 
gustine, 8. 618. 
threatened contraction of, 2. vii; 

invasion by Spanish, 4. 271, 278. 
threatens war with Creeks, 28. 788. 
to be flanked by Br. territory, 18. 

256. 
to enter into treaty with Cherokees, 

11. 417. 
to help in reduction of East Florida, 

18. 279. 
to hold conference with Indians, 8. 

974-976. 
to make treaty with Cherokees, 11. 

451. 
to raise troops, 18. 465. 
to send committee for conference 

to S. C, 18. 470. 
to settle claims of Blount, 17. 138- 

139. 
to treat with Indians, 28. 552, 553, 

582. 
Tories in, 14. 270; assemble, 22. 

185; expelled from, 17. 13, 14; 

move to, 14. 666. 
touches N. C, 7. 865. 
trade with Cherokees, 18. 658. 
treaty with Cherokees, 21. 448, 456, 

458. 460, 463, 497, 502, 507, 609, 

615, 522. 523, 528, 545. 
troops needed for, 8.' xxvlll; from 

North Carolina enlist under, 18. 

683; forbidden to enlist under S. 

C. and to be returned to N. C, 18. 

692. 
troops of ask aid from N. C. and 

get it. 11. 685-687. 692-693; de- 
feated at Briar Creek. 14. 312; do 

not Join Sumter, 14. 721; furnish- 
ed with provisions and clothes. 

12. 171-172; go South, 14. 763; 

in battle of Briar Creek, 14. 39-40, 

53; in Charleston garrison, 16. 

398: in So. campaign. 14. 705; 

in N. C, 16. iv; recalled from, 
18. 880; raised for aid of, 16. 



2-7 



GERALD, CHAS. 



98 GER. REFORMED CHURCH 



737; sent to, 8. 1210; 10. 859; 
18. 629; 14. v, vi; enlist under 
Ga., 15. 717; to be raised for de- 
fence of. 10. 315; 22. 753; trans- 
ferred to from N. C. battalions, 
11. 409. 

value of negroes, 18. 646; of quotas, 
15. 660. 

votes not to close Miss., 22. 901; 
with Gonn. and without influence 
in C. G., 11. 384, 385, 478. 

Walton a delegate from, 11. 781. 

weak, 11. 131, 151; defenceless, 11. 
xii, 708-709. 

Whitfield in, 8. 1060. 
Gerald, Chas., army rank, 18. 1064. 
Gerard, Mr., French minister arrives, 
18. 197, 198, 463. 

sails for France, 14. 214. 

to go to France, 14. 202. 
Gerard, Mr., prisoner and character, 

14. 812-813. 

Gerganus, David, land grant to, 4. 

329. 
Gerhard family, 8. 737. 
Germain, Mr., 3. 85. 
Germain, Daniel, 4. 208. 
Germain, George, Lord, 10. 1034. 
Glinton to on movements of Leslie 

and Gomwallis, 15. 290-292. 
Gornwallis to on battle of Gamden, 

15. 268-273; on battle of Guilford 
G. H. and subsequent movements, 
17. 995-1007, 1014-1018; on Br. 
movements, 17. x; on condition 
of army, prisoners, &c., 15. 278- 
282; on military movements in S. 
G., 15. 263-268; on Hanging Rock 
and Gamden, 14. 868-869. 

despatches to, 15. 274. 

Howard to on his misfortunes by 
the war, 11. 760-761. 

letter of Martin to mentioned, 18. 
iii-iv. 

Martin to introducing Parry, 10. 
893; on British efforts in N. and 
S. G., and on Macknight, 10. 
652-656; on Gamden battle and 
Gomwallis's conduct of campaign, 
15. 81-82; on case of Nelson, 11. 
711; on conciliation, courts, clerks, 
&c., 11. 721-727; on establishment 
of vice admiralty ct., &c., 10. 733- 
735; on fortunes of loyalists in 
N. G., 10. 899-900; on his own 
situation, 10. 823-824; on his re- 
maining in America, 11. 715; on 



loyalists and battle of Moore's 
Greek, 10. 486-493; on reconcilia- 
tion, courts and strengthening of 
gov't, 10. 399-405; on the Tories 
driven from N. G., &c., 11. 765- 
768; on Tory prospects in N. G., 
18. 367-368. 
on enlistment of Whig prisoners, 

17. 989. 
quoted on prisoners, 15. xiv. 
Stuart to on Gherokee attack on 
frontiers, 10. 762-763; on Indian 
affairs, 10. 607-608. 
to Glinton on Amer. war, 17. 990- 

991. 
to Gornwallis on Amer. war, 17. 
990-991; on victory at Gamden, 
gov't of S. G., &c., 15. 295-297. 
to Martin on Br. expedition against 
So. colonies, 10. 364; on British 
troops in America, 10. 609; on his 
private losses, success of Br., ftc, 
15. 147-149; on his return to Eng- 
land, 11. 704. 
to Stuart on employment of Indians, 
10. 793-795, 893-894. 

Germain, Robert, land grant to, 4. 333. 

German, BenJ., 18. 1095. 
army pay, 17. 213. 
army rank, 18. 1071. 

German, Daniel, commission as pro- 
vost marshall, 11. 7. 

German, Emory, army rank, 18. 1070. 

German, Samuel, 8. 1232. 

German, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 710. 

German, a, clerk to Parker, 15. 575. 

German (l-ligh Dutch), minister to 
preach to Palatines in, 1. 831. 

German Colony, see Palatines. 

German flats, 8. 378, 381, 469. 

German miners, under employ of De- 
Graffenried arrive in London, 1. 
973-974. 

German officers, to expect few re- 
cruits, 5. 601. 

German Palatine settlement, discuss- 
ed, 1. xi. 

German Presbyterian Church, same 
as German Reformed, 8. 731. 

German Presbyterian congregation, 8. 
744. 

German Prince, Eden likened to, 2. 
359. 

German Princes, said to have refused 
troops to Eng., 15. 323-324. 

German Reformed Church, 8. 759. 
history of mentioned, 8. xlii-xliii. 



GER REFORMED CHURCH 99 



GERRAL, HENRY 



presence noticed, 6. xxix. 

uses buildings in common with 
Lutherans, 6. 759, 760, 761, 773, 
774, 776, 779, 780. 
German Reformed Church of London, 

1. 908. 
German Reformed Settlements, his- 
tory of by G. Wm. Welker, 8. 727- 
757. 
German school teachers, in demand, 

8. 739. 
Germans, 8. 506; 16. 395, 396; 18. 
360. 

among Moravians, 6. 1161, 1162, 
1163. 

cause of migration, 8. 728. 

church affiliations, 8. 730. 

defeated at Trenton, 11. 366. 

fail to make themselves felt in N. 
C, 8. 768. 

fears for loyalty of to N. C. discuss- 
ed, 10. xzxii. 

few in province, 6. 601. 

hired by British. 10. 453, 454. 

immigration of, 4. xxi; from Pa., 6. 
1150. 

in Burke Co., 18. 354; in Cherokee 
and Regulation wars, 8. 730; in 
N. C, 5. xxxix-xl; in revolution, 
8. 733, 763. 

increase, 5. 24, 25. 

lack of history of, 8. 727. 

law abiding. 8. 769. 

location, 8. 630, 631; of settlements 
in N. C, 8. 729, 734, 737, 741, 742, 
743, 744, 746, 748, 750, 752, 756, 
759, 760, 761, 775; in Pa., 8. 729. 

loyal in Mecklenburg, ID. 231. 

ministers scarce among, 8. 732. 

not prominent in public affairs in 
N. C, 8. 729-730. 732-733. 

prominent in Revolution, 8. 730. 

proposed emigration to S. C-, 8. 10. 

refuse to aid Ashe, 8. 426. 

report on troops in Br. army. 17. 
1009, 1024, 1026, 1027. 

settlement of. 5. 356. 

travel in N. C. and S. C, 17. 130, 
131. 

value to colony. 8. 729. 
Germantons, Col., position of regt. in 

army, 12. 508. 
Germantown, 5. 1159. 

act to establish. 25. 96-7. 
Germantown, Pa., 5. 1; 8. 731, 733; 
11. 785; 12. 483, 485; 14. 11, 352, 

Amer. army at, 11. 570. 



battle of. 11. XV, 695, 761, 789, 799. 

800, 801, 808; 12. 278; 18. 363; 

16. 188; 17. 1047; 18. 908, 909; 

22. 153, 520, 973, 1008; Clark at, 

16. 747. 
composition and condition of N. C. 

troops at, 11. 784. 
headquarters at, 12. 479, 481, 483. 
Martin on battle of, 18. 262-264. 
Nash K at and reg'ts consolidated, 

16. 765. 
pillaged, 11. 822. 
report on battle of, 11. 647-648, 649- 

650, 652, 659-660, 661, 662, 668, 

670. 677, 682, 782-783, 784-785. 
Vail a coward at battle, 18. 372. 
Washington on battle of, 11. 642- 

644, 779. 
Germany, Thos., in army, 16. 727; 18. 

1062. 
Germany, 4. 869, 874, 855; 6. 220, 

1151; 8. 18, 264, 266; 8. 506, 507, 

630, 728, 729, 731, 743, 759, 761, 

762, 763, 764, 766, 771; 8. 579; 

10. 864; 12. 472; 17. 130; 18. 

564. 
alliance against, 6. 869, 871. 
connection of Lutheran churches 

with established, 8. 764. 
emigrants from invited, 1. 835; 6. 

330. 
emperor leads troops, 18. 243, 247; 

presides at Cong, of Vienna, 22. 

1030. 
Lutheran records sent to and pub- 
lished, 8. 758. 
Moravian Immigrants from, 6. 1150. 
natives of naturalized, 7. 521. 
naval stores imported from, 8. 190. 
Palatines go to England from, 1. 

907. 
proposed settlers from, 4. 255, 262. 
Protestant cause in, 6. 931. 
recruits from, 18. 443. 
rice exported to, 2. 424. 
superior advantages of, 18. 921-924. 
troops from, 10. 458. 
victories of Prussia. 6. 999. 
victory over French in, 8. 64. 
wolves of, 6. 8. 
Gerns, Jas., army rank, 18. 1069. 
Gerock, Sam'l, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Geroud, Honorie, act to change estate 
with debts of, 24. 927. 
bill on estate, 20. 144, 176. 181, 182, 
207, 310, 325, 352, 427. 
Gerral, Henry, patent enrolled, 8. 765. 



GERRAL, JAMES 



100 



GIBBLE, FREDERICK 



Gerraly James, land grant to, 4. 334. 
Gerrard (Gerard), Lieut. Charles, a 
prisoner, 14. 817. 
act to establish boundaries of lands 

of, 26. 42-3. 
bill to fix land lines, 21. 255-256, 265, 

266, 270, 277, 621, 628. 
Cont. lieut., 22. 1049. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 47, 48. 
lieut, 18. 526. 
officer, 16. 449, 458, 486. 
rank, 16. 72, 576, 608, 664. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 196» 

206, 220, 244, 249, 260. 
resolution on claim of, 21. 786, 945, 
950. 
Gerrard, Henry, appears as a minis- 
ter, 1. 616. 
scandalous reports against, 1. 630. 
to preach on South Shore, 1. 630. 
Gerrard, John, voter, 16. 238. 
Gerrel, Jnc, army rank, 16. 1066. 

deserter, 11. 742. 
Gerrel, Wm., army rank, 16. 1066. 

deserter, 11. 742. 
Gerrlsh, Henry, gives land for light 

house, 28. 65. 
Gerritt, John, army pay, 17. 215. 
Gerry, Ellridge, in C. C, 16. 897; 17. 
556, 557. 
to Johnston on N. Y.-Mass. contro- 
versy, 22. 632-3. 
Gerry, Jos., in militia, 22. 385. 
Gervais (Gervis), John Lewis, pay to, 
22. 1016. 
com'r of Treasury, 17. 606. 
Gervais and Owens, 18. 544, 751. 
money to be lodged with, 17. 514, 
524, 568. 
Gervin, David, act for land to, 24. 

629-30. 
Gervis, Foster, land grant to, 4. 801. 
Gesibel, Michael, petitions for lands, 

4. 954-956. 
Gess, John, in Indian war, 10. 759. 
Gess, Wm., land grant to, 4. 332. 
Gessum, Robert, in army, 16. 720. 
Gest, John, fails to take oath, 

170. 
Gest, Jos., petition on separation, 

705-8. 
Gest, Joshua, a J. P., 22. 719. 
Gest, Mr., on com. of defense and 

chairman, 22. 722, 725. 
Gest, Nathaniel, prisoner, 16. 671. 
Gest, Richard, witness and to produce 
witnesses, ID. 931. 



Gest, William, petition on separation, 

22. 705-11. 
Gettis, Alex^ pensioner, 22. 67. 
Gettree, Dan., juror, 28. 188. 
Gettysburg campaign, route of I/ee on, 

4. xxi-xxii. 
Gettysburg Theological Seminary, Pa., 

8. 792, 798, 794, 795, 796. 
Gevoe, Peter, deposition of on work 

of privateers, 18. 97. 
Gewll, William, petition on separation, 

22. 706-12. 
Gherry, Wm., sheriff, 21. 1072. 
Ghoby, Wm., a J. P., 28. 992. 
Ghorham. See Qorham. 
Ghorham, James, ship master, 8. 645. 
Giarii, mentioned, 1. 887. 
Gibbens. See Qibbins, Gibbons, Gib- 
buns. 
Gibbens, Geo., payments to for Ft 
Dobbs, 8. 808, 804. 
produces accounts, 8. 968-969. 974. 
Gibbens, Stephen, in militia, 22. 451. 
Gibbes. See Olbbs, Gibs. 
GIbbes, Geo., in militia, 22. 280. 
report on militia Co.. 22. 388. 
GIbbes, J no., in militia, 22. 280. 
Gibbes (Gibs), Robt., church commis- 
sioner, 2. 874. 
governor of S. C, 1. 821. 
memorial to from N. C, 1. 827-829. 
signs S. C. acts on oaths and church, 
2. 867, 882, 913-917. 
GIbbes, Thos., petition from, 1 . 145-149. 
Gibbes Wharf, Charleston, 18. 42. 
GIbbIn, Magnus, in militia, 22. 385. 
Gibbins. See Gibbons. 
GIbbins, Capt., brings in salt, 11. 624. 
GIbblns, Henry, land grant to, 4. 1250. 
GIbbins, Thos., court to be held at 
house of and collector, 24. 831, 
832. 
GIbble. See Gible. 
GIbble, Mr., 11. 510. 
receives pay for crew of the Cas- 
well, 18. 312. 
waits on Caswell for money, 18. 
175, 176. 
GIbble, DIdderIck, ensign, 10. 634. 
in militia, 22. 263, 264, 265, 266. 
makes salt, 10. 739. 
petition on use of Carteret militia, 

18. 146-147. 
See also Gibbler. 
GIbble, Frederick, a J. P., 28. 994. 
on S. C. of Pitt, 8. 1095, 1100, 1126, 
1240; ID. 62. 



GIBBLER, DEDRIG^ 



101 



GIBBUNS, 8TEPHE» 



IMtroler, 10. 63. 
Qibbl«r, Dedriekt canal coms'r, 24. 

638. 
Glbbpns. See Glbbens, Gibbins, Gib- 

buzui. 
Gibbons, Lieut., and battle of Stoney 

Point, 14. 329. 
Gibbone, Henry, land grant to, 4. 703, 

1044-1046. 
QibkMns, John, prisoner, 17. 1045. 
GlbboiM, Wm., in militia, 2S. 377. 
GIbbs. See Gibbes, Gibs. 

Gibbe, , J. P., 18. 413. 

Gibbe, Mr., seizes French vessel, 14. 

263. 
Qibbe, Basii, setUer, 1. 76. 
Qibbs,. Ben J., capt. of militia, 14. 136. 
Gibbe, Eilinor, summoned to court, 1. 

618. 
Gibbs, George, a J. P., 8. 1070. 
in militia, 22. 306, 312. 
land grant to, 4. 52, 65, 56. 
petitions for land, 4. 51; on roads 

and ferries, 8. 164-166. 
witnesses will, 22. 299, 300. 
Gibbs, Geo., pay asked for negro of, 
17. 297. 
slave of tried, 20. 23. 
GIbbs, Harry, sells land, 2. 483. 
GIbbs, Henry, a J. P., 4. 345, 713. 
in militia, 22. 309. 
Juror, 4. 520; 28. 188. 
land grant to, 4. 636. 
surety, 8. 423-424. 
Qlbba, Henry, Jr., a J. P., 4. 814; 8. 

657. 
Gibbs, Henry, 8r., a J. P., 4. 813-814. 
Gibbs, Joel, army rank, 18. 1066. 
Gibbs, John, a J. P., 8. 828; 8. 1008, 
1070. 
claims proved, 8. 517. 
dead, 8. 431. 439. 
dropped as J. P., 8. 1007. 
in Assem., 8. 106, 295, 306, 318, 319, 

320, 326, 327, 334. 
on Cherokee boundary survey, 7. 

995. 
on com. of Assem., 8. 309. 
petitions for repeal of tax on free 

negroes, 8. 982-983. 
road coms'r, 28. 401. 
Gibbs, John, army pay, 17. 213. 
Gibbs, John, challenges Ludwell, 1. 
364. 
claims as governor discussed, 1. 

xxiv-zxv. 
declaration against, 1. 363-364. 



forces of, 1. 366. 

goes to England, 1. 366. 

law suit, 1. 400, 421. 

makes prisoners of C. officers and 

takes them to Va., 1. 364-366. 
petition for land of, 1. 595. 
settler, 1. 76. 

thrown into N. C, 1. 388; 2. 747. 
Gibbs, John (of Assem.), dead, 8. 137. 
Gibbs, Jno., in militia, 82. 376. 
Gibbs, Jno., in militia, 22. 380. 
Gibbs, John, money from, 21. 1063. 
Gibbs, John, on S. C. df Onslow, ID. 

112. 
Gibbs, John, owes state, 21. 1072. 
Gibbs, John, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Gibbs, John Waiter, claims on S. C. 

survey, 8. 302. 
Gibbs, Jos., act for town on lands of 
and town coms'r, 24. 944-5. 
bill for town on lands of, 20. 138, 
140, 142-143, 177, 181, 317, 320. 
353. 
Gibbs, Joseph, in militia, 8. 1050. 
Gibbs, Jos., Jr., to Nash on commis- 
sion in Hyde Co. militia, 18. 97- 
98. 
Gibbs, Nicholas, not made a J. P., 18. 
468. 
petition, 28. 386. 
Gibbs, Robt, a J. P., 28. 994. 
Gibbs, Robt., in militia, 22. 309. 
Gibbs, Robert, law suit, 1. 562. 
petition from, 1. 145-149. 
settler, 1. 76. 
Gibbs, Robert, paid for slave outlawed 

and killed, 12. 72, 73. 
Gibbs, Robert, signs S. C. act, 28. 148. 
Gibbs, Robert, witness, 8. 424. 
Gibbs, Thos., settler, 1. 76. 
Gibbs, Wm., bailed, 10. 559. 
not allowed to load vessel in Gape 

Fear River, 10. 345, 355. 
to land turpentine, 18. 516. 
unfriendly to America, 10. 520. 
Gibbs, Wm., in miliUa, 22. 309. 
Gibbe, Wm., introduced to Nash, 18. 
155. 
lieut. of militia, 14. 136. 
Gibbs, Wm., pays in bills of credit, 

18. 306. 
Gibbs, Wm. H., prisoner, 18. 392. 
Gibbs, Zacic, claims proved, 8. 517. 
Gibbs Marsh, 2. 751. 
Gibbs's, inspection at, 28. 313. 
Gibbuns. See Gibbons. 
Gibbuns, Stephen, in militia, 22. 391. 



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102 



GIBSON, THOS. 



• • • 



Qibens, Henry, Jr., in militia, 22. 319. 
Qlbens, Henry, 8r., in militia, 22. 319. 
Gible. See Gibble. 
Qible, Dederick, a J. P., 4. 1038. 
Qibralter, 6. 347, 598; 6. 17, 217; 18. 
938. 

British success at, 16. 466. 

captured by Spanish, 16. 630. 

fate of, 16. 441. 

Spaniards sail for, 8. 263. 
GIbralter, ship, 5. 331, 370. 
Gibs. See Gibbes, Gibbs. 
Gibs, Joel, army pay, 17. 215. 
Gibs, John, calls witness, 1. 411. 

sells land, 1. 414-415. 
Gibs, John, deer skin stolen from, 2. 

597. 
Gibs, Nath., in militia, 22. 428. 
Gib's Point, 2. 802. 
Gibson. See Gipson. 

Gibson, , among Indians, 17. 11. 

Gibson, , land warrant to, 5. 811. 

Gibson, Mr., 5. 943. 
Gibson, Mr., 8. 828. 
Gibson, Mr., II. 317, 318. 
Gibson, Mr., 13. 77. 
Gibson, Mr., 13. 80, 81. 
Gibson, Mr., allowed £5 for model of 
rice mill, 6. 369, 421, 443, 445, 446, 
450. 
Gibson, Mr., on com. of defence, 22. 

722. 
Gibson, Bishop, 6. 13; 7. 153; 8. 84. 
Gibson, Capt., clothing to for Md. and 
Del. troops, 14. 714. 

dead, 16. 758. 

wounded, 16. 638. 
Gibson, Col., field officer, 12. 512, 537. 

in command, 12. 518. 

needs wagons, 14. 629. 

pres. of court martial, 12. 510. 

regt. of consolidated, 12. 508. 
Gibson, Ensign, a prisoner, 14. 818. 

on court of inquiry, 16. 617. 
Gibson, Lieut., killed. 16. 306. 
Gibson, Andrew, land sold to, 16. 415. 
Gibson, Chas., army rank, 16. 1068. 

in Davidson's Co., 14. 294. 
Gibson, Colin, army rank, 16. 1069. 
Gibson, David, army rank, 16. 1070. 
Gibson, Eleanor, petition for estate of, 

2. 711-712. 
Gibson, Elisha, army pay, 17. 213. 
Gibson, G., position of regt. in army, 

12. 508. 
Gibson, George, pres. court martial, 
12. 518. 



Gibson, Gideon, land grant to, 4. 945. 

Gibson, Henry, army rank, 16. 1069. 

Gibson, Henry, land lapses, 2. 352. 

Gibson, Jacob, army rank, 16. 1068. 

Gibson, James, petition, 18. 513, 525, 
527. 

Gibson, Jas., quit rents of, 22. 252. 

Gibson, James, regulator, 6. 80. 

Gibson, James, submits linen for re- 
ward, 10. 829. 

Gibson, Johti, act for land to, 24. 629- 
630. 
land grant to, 18. 572. 

Gibson, John, army pay, 17. 215. 

Gibson, John, army rank, 16. 1062. 

Gibson, John, goes to Va., 26. 399. 

Gibson, J no., in militia, 22. 453. 

Gibson, John, petition on separation, 
22. 705-10. 

Gibson, John, to Caswell on Kennon's 
accounts, 13. 257; 22. 769; on 
payments for recruiting service, 
11. 466. 
treasurer, 22. 1009. 
town coms'r, 26. 354. 

Gibson, Joseph, pensioner, 22. 67. 

Gibson, Jurden, land grant to, 4. 959, 
1033. 

Gibson, Mary, administration to, 6. 
1009-1010, 1011. 

Gibson, Mary, case of, 22. 868. 

Gibson, Mary, petition on will, 6. 1009, 
1010, 1011. 
suit against estate of Gibson, 6. 765. 

Gibson, Patrick, in militia, 22. 397. 
riotous over lands, 6. 780. 

Gibson, Reuben, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-10. 

Gibson, Robt., in militia, 22. 326. 

Gibson, Roger, petition on separation, 
22. 705-13. 

Gibson, Silvester, regulator, 6. 80. 

Gibson, Simon, army pay, 17. 214. 

Gibson, Thomas, army pay, 17. 213. 
army rank, 16. 1071. 

Gibson, Thos., case of, 22. 868. 

Gibson, Thomas, dropped as a J. P., 6. 
828. 
fails to appear before council, 6. 

825. 
in Assembly, 6. 351, 364, 377, 404, 
421, 422, 427, 430, 433, 436, 444, 
493, 662, 665, 693; on com. of 
Assembly, 6. 365, 486, 674. 
summoned before council, 6. 820. 

Gibson, Thos., estate taxed, 16. 192. 

Gibson, Thos., pensioner, 22. 66. 



GIBSON, THOS. 



103 



GIFTS 



Gibson, Thos., petitloiiB for estate, 2. 

711-712. 716. 
Gibson, Tlios., suit against executors, 

6. 766. 

Gibson, Thos., Sr., petition on admin- 
istration of estate, 6. 1009, 1010, 
1011. 

Gibson, Thos. Walter, petition on will, 
8. 1009, 1010, 1011. 

Gibson, Walter, a J. P., 6. 764. 
administration to, 6. 1009, 1010, 

1011. 
in Assem., 6. 1096, 1098, 1122, 1150, 
1167, 1158, 1165, 1186, 1196, 1258; 

7. 49, 68, 72, 87, 351, 581, 627, 662; 

8. 106, 294, 295, 297, 299, 304, 
318, 324, 326, 327, 334, 335, 336, 
339, 351, 356, 391, 392, 393, 400, 
409, 410, 414, 422, 444, 452, 454; 
on com. of Assem., 6. 1092, 1153, 
1282; 8. 309. 

land grant to, 4. 710, 950. 
on claims com., 22. 862. 
Gibson, Walter, bill of expenses and 
payment to, 22. 425, 441. 
commissary, 10. 629, 643. 
coms'r on boundary, 28. 630, 822; 
on county, 23. 690, 691; on town, 
23. 920, 922; 26. 470. 
discharged from service, 13. 794. 
in Prov. Cong., 8. 1049; 10. 164, 

167. 172. 
money to for LiUington, 18. 67. 
on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 168, 173, 

174. 
on S. C, of Bladen, 10. 24, 112. 
payments to as commissary, 10. 639. 
petitions for McDugal, 8. 683-684. 
reports on Tories, 11. 568. 
taxable, 18. 191. 

to Leech on military affairs, 16. 61. 
Gibson, Walter regulator, 8. 80. 
Gibson, Wm., land grant to, 4. 962, 

1250. 
Gibson, Wm., army rank, 16. 1066. 
on regulation of Cross Creek, 16. 

209-210. 
payment to, 10. 694. 
reenlists, 16. 749. 
Gibson, Wm., regulator, 8. 80. 
Gibson, Wm., resurvey to, 6. 1073. 
Gibson's Regiment, 14. 560, 723. 
Gibson's Store, 6. 364, 605. 
Qiclcle, James, coms'r on pension 

claims, 24. 736. 
Qidcomb, Jos., army rank, 16. 1070. 
Gidden, BenJ., law suit, 1. 621-522. 



Giddens, Thos., juror, 26. 190. 
Giddeons, J no.. Juror, 26. 190. 
Giddings, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 

641. 
Giddings, Wm., land grant to, 4. 801. 
Giddins, Abraham, land grant to, 4. 

594. 
Giddins, Jacob, land grant to, 4. 594. 
Giddins, Thos., exempted, 4. 820. 
Giddins, Wm., land grant asked, 4. 

707. 
Giddy, John, coms'r on case of Wms., 
12. 568, 675. 
resigns as lieut. col., 14. 262. 
Gideon, Lewis, army rank, 16. 1066. 
Gideon, Richard, army pay, 17. 214. 
Gidion, Ben, juror, 1. 408. 

sues, 1. 410. 
Gids, Mill, prisoner, 16. 169; 22. 523. 
Giekie, James, restored as J. P., 18. 
687-688. 

Giffard, > property confiscated, 17. 

145. 
Giffard, Mr., 10. 840. 

salt commissioner, 10. 733. 
Giffard, Rev. Mr., Try on to Bp. of 

London on, 7. 786-787. 
Giffard, H., 14. 340. 
Giffard, l-lenry, advances money for 
troops, 10. 699. 
clerk of ct, 13. 363-364. 
commissary, 10. 569, 578. 
horse to be delivered to, 10. 660. 
letter on arms and ammunition con- 
sidered, 10. 524, 540. 
payments to and to furnish pro- 
vender, 10. 632; for troops, 10. 
877. 
petitions for new charter, 8. 79-80. 
salt for, 10. 704. 
surrenders charter of Campbelton, 

8. 270-271. 
to Caswell on Drake will case, 11. 

743-744. 
witness, 10. 957. 
Giffard, James, applies for powder, 

10. 157. 
Gifford, James, army pay, 17. 215. 

army rank, 18. 1062. 
Gifford, James, army rank, 18. 1066. 
Gifford, James, in army, 13. 507. 
GIford, Parsley, Burke to on reduc- 
tion of Tories, 16. 548. 
Gifted Brethren, in N. C. and excesses, 

7. 286-287. 
Gifts, bill to prevent fraud by, 18. 
132, 134, 238, 244, 275. 



GIFTS IN TAIL 



104 



GiLCfiRlST, TH08. 



not to be received bj officers, 8. 

98-99; S. 1116. 
Qlfts in tali, B2ng. act on In force in 

N. C, 28. 318. 
Qlfte to def raiidt Bng. act on in force 

In N. C, 88. S21. 
Glgah, Scotch immigrants from, 8. 526. 
Oil Bias, 88. 886. ' 
Qilaspie. See Gillespie, etc. 
Qiiaaple, Capt. Daniei, 88. 147, 149. 
Giiaspy, Davd., army rank, 18. 1066. 
Qilbart, Benj., in militia, 88. 318. 
Gilbart, Jno., in militia, 88. 318. 
Gilbart, Wm., in militia, 88. 318. 
Gilbert. See Gillbert. 
Gilbert, Dr., shoes to, 14. 464. 
Gilbert, Edward, 84. 467. 
Gilbert, Edward, juror, 18. 2. 
Gilbert, Gideon, Jr., regulator, 7. 736. 
Gilbert, Gideon, 8r., regulator, 7. 736. 
Gilbert, Hennery, in militia, 88. 347. 
Gilbert, James, army pay, 17. 213. 
Gilbert, James, army rank, 18. 1066. 
Gilbert, J as., army rank, 18. 1067. 
Gilbert, James, certificate to, 18. 642. 
Gilbert, James, in army, 18. 614. 
Gilbert, James, In Assembly, 18. 3, 

127. 
Gilbert, James, in militia, 17. 1060. 
Gilbert, Jas., in militia, 88. 349. 
Gilbert, Jesse, in Ck>nv. 1789, 88. 36, 

48. 
owes state, 81. 1071. 
resigns as J. P., 81. 162. 
Gilbert, John, army pay,, 17. 214. 
Gilbert, Jnc, army rank, 18. 1067. 
Gilbert, John, army rank, 10. 1070. 
Gilbert, John,- pays quit rents, 8. 727. 

petitions, 8. 303. 
Gilbert, J no., soldier, 18. 797. 
Gilbert, Jonathan, regulator, 7. 736. 
Gilbert, Joshua, regulator, 7. 736. 
Gilbert, Josiah, quit rents of, 88. 262. 
Gilbert, Peter, army rank, 18. 1066. 
Gilbert, Robert, quit renU of, 88. 241. 
Gilbert, Wm.^ allowed to resign as J. 

P., IS. 603, 714. 716. 
cited before Assembly, 17. 902-903, 
commissary accounts of referred to 

com., 18. 391. 
complaints against investigated, 18. 

64, 70. 
com. to examine accounts of, 18. 

698, 682, 706, 707. 710. 775, 777, 

799, 834. 855-856; 18. 642, 574. 

697, 636-637, 638, 674. 678, 703-705, 

706, 707. 






deposition false, 18. 609. 

dropped as J. P., 18. 428, 761, 766. 

in Assembly, 18. 666, 667, 671, 672, 

699, 701, 704. 706, 736, 816, 822. 

866, 872, 879; 18. 626, 690. 697; 

ia 2, 3, 163, 166, 166, 167; 18. 

13, 22, 275, 282, 286, 295, 300, 337, 

377, 379, 384, 395; expelled from 

Assembly, 18. 707-708; on com. 

of Assem., 18. 766, 821; 18. 47. 
owes state, 81. 1070. 
petition, 81. 300, 366, 425, 682, 722; 

for relief, 8. 64-66. 
plunders and cited before Assem., 

17. 816, 817. 
signs test, 10. 297. 
suspended as J. P., 18. 696-696. 

Gilbert, Wm., in militia, 17. 1061. 

Gilbert, Wm., juror, 4. 626. 

Gilbert, Will., juror, ID. 2. 

Gilbert, Wm., pensioned, 8. 131. 206, 
214, 220. 

Gilberts, Samuel, petition on separa- 
tion, 88. 706-9. 

Gilberts, Wm., in militia, 88. 390. 

Gliberttown (Gilbert's Town), 14. 614, 
663, 678, 686; 16. 116; 18. 497; 
88. 186. 
Amer. troops rendezvous at, 18. 101, 

106. 
Ferguson at, 14. 782; 18. xl, 106, 

163. 
Tarleton at, 16. ix. 
Tories executed at, 16. 109, 110. 

Gllbony, Mr., 88. 677. 

Gilbraid, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 704. 

Gil breath, Alex., exempted, 8. 468. 

Gilbreath, Alex., pensioner, 88. 66. 

Gilchrist, John, furnishes cattle, 16. 
208; 88. 613. 

Gilchrist, John, juror, 88. 602. 

Gilchrist, John, merchant, shoots him- 
self and estate squandered, 18. 
466, 466. 

Gilchrist, IMargaret, dies, 6. 1196. 

Gilchrist, Mrs. Martha, petition refer- 
red to com. and report on, 18. 
787-788, 804-806. 810, 846, 860, 869. 
petitions Assembly for husband, 18. 
466-467. 

Gilchrist, Thos., petition of M. G. that 
he be allowed to return to N. C. 
and take oath, 1 8. 466-467 ; of wife 
referred to com. and report on, 

18. 787-788. 804-806, 810, 846, 850. 
869. 

Gilchrist, Thos., town coms*r, 84. 740. 



GILCEEES, WILLIAM 



105 GlLLAM, 2AGHAR1AH 



Qilcreet, Wm., In militia, 9S. 873. 
Gilden, Isaac, shoes to, 14. 437. 
Qildlngs^Wm^ rights proved, 4. 706. 
Giles, Mr., 8. 179. 
Giles, Mr., interpreter, S. 584. 
Giles, Capt., wounded, 16. 638. 
Giles, Col., 14. 622, 626, 649, 697. 

sick, 14. 622. 

to collect militia, 14. 652. 

with Marion, 14. 726. 
Giles, Crispen, in militia, 9S. 422. 
Giles, Henry, 21. 808. 

petition, 21. 262. 282, 390, 391, 424, 
435, 631, 721. 
Giles, Jacob, 9. 1068. 
Giles, James, signs Cumberland Co. 

Ass'n, 10. 29-30. 
Giles, John, a J. P., 6. 657. 

claims, 6. 669. 

land grant to, 4. 897. 

patent recorded, O. 1019. 
Giles, John, army pay, 17. 214. 

army rank, 18. 1064. 
Giles, John, reports on Br. in Ports- 
mouth, 16. 143, 144. 
Giles, Mathias, estate settled, 2. 160. 
Giles, Nathan, land grant to, 4. 952. 
Giles, Peter, army pay, 17. 214. 
Giles, Simon, army pay, 17. 215. 
Giles, Thos., explores, 1. 121. 

signs report, 1. 139. 

straits named for, 1. 131. 

▼isits Indians, 1. 124-125. 
Giles, Wm., a J. P., 8. 344. 799. 

deposition. 7. 10. 34-86. 

in Assem., 6. 1226, 1241. 1258, 1269, 
1274, 1296; 7. 60, 64, 76, 76, 77. 

proposed for vestry, 8. 166. 

to build Jail, 28. 621. 
Giles, Wm^ allowance to, 22. 821. 
Giles, Wm., memorial, 21. 988. 
Giles Straits, named, 1. 131. 
Giieepey. See OlUespie. 
Gilespey, Jos., in militia, 22. 398. 
Gllespie (Galasple), Daniel, agrees to 
restitution of fees in Rowan, 8. 
521-622, 534. 
Gllespie, John, captain, 14« 264. 
Qilespy, Isaac, army rank, 18. 1071. 
Qllespy, Thomas, a J. P., 22. 719. 
Gilford. See Gillford, Guilford. 
Gilford, Isaac, bound over, 1. 591. 

peUUon, 1. 444. 
Gilford, Isaac, in militia, 22. 346. 
Gilford, Jacob, in miliUa, 22. 346. 
Gilford, John, appraiser, 1. 443. 
Gilford, Joseph, bound over, 1. 691. 



Gllgo, FIbin, army rank, 18. 1069. 
Gil ha mp ion, George, army pay, 17. 216. 
Glllard. See Gilliard. 
Gil lard, Samuel, 6. 819. 
Giilgan, J no., army rank, 18. 1067. 
Gilkey, John, act for land to, 24. 629- 
630. 
land grant to, 18. 573. 
Gilkey, Robert, peUtion, 21. 228-229, 
359, 592-593. 595. 646, 694. 

Gill, » letter to on Tryon and the 

regulators, 10. 1024-1025. 
Gill, Mr., on com. of Assem., 18. 35. 
Gill, Alex'r, army rank, 18. 1070. 
GUI, Jno., army rank, 16. 1071. 
Gill, John, Juror, 4. 624. 
land grant to, 4. 709. 
GUI, Jos., takes oath, 22. 178. 
Gill, Levi, buys at Martin sale, 22. 

880, 881, 888. 
Gill, Levi, juror, 8. 508, 610. 
GUI, Levy, in militia, 22. 421. 
Gill, Robt., army rank, 16. 1071. 
Gill, Wm., In Assem., 16. 1, 2, 3, 16, 

79, 82, 89, 115, 116. 
Gill, Wm., land grant to, 4. 328. 
Gill, William, pay to, 22. 487. 
Giii, Wm., Jr., takea oath, 22. 178. 
Gil lam. See Qilleham, Oillham, Oil- 
Ham, Gilliham, Gillom, OiUum. 

Qillam, » law suit, 1. 402. 

Giltam, BenJ., carries tobacco to N. E.. 

1. 298. 
Gil lam, John, quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Gil lam, Peter, pay to, 22. 491. 
Glllam, Sarah, law suit, 1. 422. 
vestry meet at house of, 1. 560-561, 
568-670. 
Giliam, Thos., enters caveat, 1. 401. 
Juror, 1. 408, 411. 
law suit, 1. 422. 

vestry meets at house of, 1. 543- 
546, 658-560. 
Glllam, Wm., land grant to, 4. 703. 
Giliam (Gilham, Gilliam, Gulliam), 
Zacharlah, agent to Eng., 1. 283. 
aids rebels, 1. 301. 
answer of, 1. 301; to charges of 

Miller, 1. 294-295. 
appearance causes people to arm, 

1. 266, 257. 
arrested, 1. 249, 264. 
arrival causes rebellion, 1. 292, 310. 
arms rebels, 1. 293, 299, 311. 
attends Assembly, 1. 282. 
case presented to Colleton, 1. 286- 
289. 



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106 



GILLESPIE, JAMES 



causes Culpeper rebellion, 1. 264, 
266, 267, 268, 269, 272, 273, 276, 
277, 279, 284, 287, 297, 298, 299. 
commands the Carolina, 1. 323. 
draws sword on Biggs, 1. 276. 
earlier history of, 1. 288. 
entertains rebels, 1. 282. 
examined by Board of Trade, 1. 300- 
301; by conunissloDers of cus- 
toms, 1. 291. 
gives drink to people, 1. 295, 300. 
inventory of goods carried by, 1. 

322-323. 
Miller tries to arrest, 1. 294. 
sells arms, 1. 301. 
ship of lies at Pasquotank, 1. 280. 
to be tried, 1. 285. 
GMIard, John, voter, 16. 237. 
Gillasple. See Gillespie. 
Qillaspie, Ensign, enlists troops, 11. 

557. 
Gillaspie, Mr., on com. of defence, 22. 

722. 
Glllaspie, David, army pay, 17. 215. 
Gillaspie, James, in Prov. Cong., 10. 

914, 918. 
Gillaspie, Thomas, petition against 

marriage act, 9. 623-625. 
Gillaspy, James, petitions for division 

of Orange Co., 8. 809. 
Giilbert. See Gilbert. 
Gillbert, Edward, juror, 10. 5, 6. 
Giilbert, Wm., juror, 10. 3. 
Qillcrest, John, petition, 1. 305-306. 
Gillearham, James, in army, 16. 730. 
Qilleham. See Gillam, Gilliam, Gil- 

lom, etc. 
Gilleham, l-lowell, army rank, 16. 

1067. 
Gillenham, Jas., army rank, 16. 1067. 
Gilles. See Gillies. 
Giiles, Robert, a J. P., 6. 342. 

salt of to be delivered up, 10. 643. 
Gillespey, John, in militia, 22. 399. 
Gillespie. See Galaspee, Galaspy, Ga- 
lespy, Gallaspee, Gallespie, Gelas- 
pie, Gilaspie, Gilaspy, Gilespey, 
Gilespie, Gilespy, Gillaspie, Gil- 
laspy, Gillespey, Gillespy, Gillis- 
pie. 

Gillespie, , regulator, 6. 519. 

Gillespie, Mr., 16. 588. 
Gillespie, Mrs., intercedes for hus- 
band, 11. 744. 
Gillespie, Capt., 16. 694. 
Gillespie, Capt., 22. 144. 
Gillespie, Capt., Martin to on Bladen 



riots, 16. 716-717. 

Gillespie, Col., 17. 380. 

Gillespie, Lieut., on court martial, 18. 
370. 

Gillespie, Arch'd, a J. P., 22. 918; 28. 
995. 
summoned before Assem. on failure 
to do duty, 18. 829, 832, 920, 921. 

Gillespie, Daniel, in Assembly, 13. 
784, 785, 812, 824, 913, 925, 966, 
980, 982, 984, 988, 1000; 21. 694, 
696, 697, 70S, 726, 729, 731, 753, 780, 
799. 801, 806, 839, 845, 846, 852, 
860, 862, 867, 868, 901. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 2, 5, 25, 27, 30, 

31, 35. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 46, 49. 

Gillespie, Daniel, juror, 10. 2, 5, 6. 

Gillespie, Daniel, sketch of, 6. xxx- 
xxxi. 

Gillespie, David, on com. of Assem., 
18. 740, 790, 791. 

Gillespie, James, allowance to, 18. 
680, 684. 
atty. for Latshaw, 16. 123. 

Gillespie, James, coms'r on building, 
28. 97; on conf. prop., 18. 122. 
elected to C. of S., 20. 47. 48. 49. 
in Assembly, 18. 784, 786, 812, 813, 
824, 917, 925, 966, 975, 980, 982, 984, 
988, 990, 1000; 16. 1, 50, 127, 153, 
156, 165, 167; 17. 715; 16. 1, 3, 4, 
10, 11, 17, 18, 21, 24, 30, 58, 59, 61, 
65, 68, 69, 77, 85, 105, 111, 112, 118, 
121, 123, 126, 134, 136, 154, 156, 
161, 171, 172, 180; 18. 13, 29, 87, 
92, 143, 158, 207, 233, 246. 249, 
250, 252, 262, 265, 275, 277, 282, 
286, 292, 295, 299, 324, 332, 338, 
354, 359, 381, 383, 385, 387, 389, 
395, 400, 401, 422, 430, 431, 432, 
436, 440, 441, 451, 460, 463, 467, 
487, 490, 499, 500, 516, 518, 523, 
529, 539, 582, 613, 614, 622, 626, 
643, 667, 671, 674, 676, 679, 682, 
688, 755, 767; 20. 1, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 
10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 22, 
24, 25, 26, 27, 36, 39, 41, 46, 52, 
53, 54, 56, 57, 58. 59, 64, 68, 72, 
75, 76, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 
89, 96, 97, 102. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 7, 26, 27, 31, 35. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 46, 49. 
nom. as com. of confiscated prop- 
erty, 16. 169; for C. of State, 17. 
334, 335; 16. 114, 340; 21. 389, 
399, 704, 711, 778, 935; for treas- 



GILLESPIE, JAMES 



107 QILLION, COMMODORE 



urer, 16. 174, 397. 
on com. of Assembly, 18. 740, 790, 
791; 16. 32, 53, 54, 128, 130, 132; 

17. 276, 277, 282, 293, 302, 310, 
316, 343, 364, 649, 727, 732, 755; 

18. 4, 15, 33, 55, 58. 69, 70, 76, 
109, 150, 172, 178, 237, 262, z92, 
293, 308, 312, 335, 371, 400, 412. 

petition, 18. 519, 522, 585, 603. 
school trustee, 24. 752. 
sec'y to Gov. Martin, 17. 445. 
supt. of press, 17. 413, 415; 16. 

169, 198, 283; 20. 100, 103; 24. 

475. 
to Caswell on attendance in C. C. 

and answer, 16. 502-503, 504-505; 

on Wm. Gillespie, 11. 744. 
Gillespie, James, land grants to, 4. 

1047, 1251. 
Qlliespie, James, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Qiiiespie, John, confiscation coms'r, 

24. 467, 874. 
Gillespie, John, sketch of, 6. xxx-xxxi. 
Gillespie, IMatthew, army pay, 17. 214. 
Gillespie, Robert, claim allowed. 5. 981. 
Gillespie, Robert, pay to for company, 

22. 1014. 
Gillespie, Robert, Sheppard resigns in 

favor of and capt. coms'n wanted, 

22. 556, 558. 
Gillespie, Robt., takes oath, 22. 176. 
Gillespie, Wm., case of laid before 

Caswell, 11. 744, 745, 746. 
Glilespy, Wm., signs Cumberland Co. 

Ass'n, 10. 29-30. 
Giiiess. See Gillies. 
Gilless (Gillies), Mr., 10. 881. 
Gilles's, 8. 655. 
Giilet, John, a J. P., 4. 330. 
land grant to, 4. 332, 894, 1238. 
rights proved, 4. 1238. 
Giilet, John, road coms'r, 28. 221. 
GMIet, Thos., land grant to, 4. 217. 
Giliets, John, land grant to, 4. 965. 
Giiiett, Aaron, clothing to, 14. 716. 
Glliett, Elijah, clothing to, 14. 716. 
Gilley, Robt., in militia, 22. 376. 
Gliiey, Wm., in militia, 22. 376. 
Giiiey's Branch, 24. 989. 
Giilford. See Gilford, Guilford. 
Gillford, Jno., in militia, 22. 349. 
Giilham. See Gillam, Gilliam, etc. 
Giliham, Charles, petition on land 

grants, 8. 1260-1263; 11. 250-254. 
Giilham, Ezekiel, petitions on land 

land grants, 8. 260-1263; 11. 250- 

254. 



Giilham, James, petitions on land 
grants, 8. 1260-1263; 11. 250-254. 

Giliham, Thomas, petitions on land 
granU, 8. 1260-1263; 11. 250-254. 

Giilham, Thomas, 8r., petitions on 
land grants, 8. 1260-1263; 11. 250- 
254. 

Giilham, Wm., petitions on land 
grants, 8. 1260-1263; 11. 250-254. 

Gilliam. See Gillam, Gilleham, Gill- 
ham, Gilliham. 

Gilliam, Mrs., 6. 1214. 

Gilliam, Mr., 18. 95. 

Gilliam, Harris, claims allowed, 6.468; 
8. 718, 756. 

Gilliam, i-lowell, in army, 16. 724. 
reenlists, 16. 749. 

Gilliam, John, a J. P., 4. 966. 

Gilliam, John, in militia, 22. 160. 

Gilliam, John, pensioner, 22. 67. 

Gilliam, Thos., rent of house, 1. 559. 

Gilliam, William, pay to, 22. 487. 

Gilliam (-iiam), Capt., treats with Fan- 
ning, 22. 187, 237. 

Gil I lard. See Giliard, Gilvard. 

Gilllard, John, a J. P., 11. 710. 
bill to alter name to Ister, 12. 175, 
176. 

Gil Hard, John, petition for orphans of, 
21. 171. 

Gilllard, John, Uxable, 16. 191. 

Gilllard, John, to open Catawba, 24. 
961. 

Gilllck, Jonathan, resigns as J. P., 18. 
178. 289. 

Gillie, , sued, 16. 515. 

Gillies. See Gilles, Gilless, Gillis. 

Gillies, , 17. 124. 

Gillies, Mr., 10. 843. 
supplies salt, 10. 839. 

Gillies, R., payments to, 18. 348. 

Gillies, Robert, attorney, 10. 998. 
loyalist, 10. 602. 
on confiscation act, 16. 203-205. 

Gilliham. See Gillam, Gilliam. 

Gilliham, William, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 

Gllllkin, Thos., in militia, 22. 263. 

Glllikin, Thos., in militia. 22. 266. 

Gllllkin, Thos., juror, 26. 190. 

Gllllkin, Thos., Jr., in militia, 22. 263. 

Gilllkln, Thos., Jr., in militia, 22. 266. 

Gilllland, Alex., on Tryon S. C, 10. 
296, 297, 423, 424, 440; com. of 
secrecy, &c., 10. 424. 

Glllin, Alex., to open Catawba, 24. 961. 

Gill ion. Commodore, 18. 186. 



GiLLtS 



108 



GIPSON, ISAAC 



Gil Ms. See GiUies. 

GMlis, CapW 2S. 614. 

Gillis, Robert, bailed, 10. 659. 

Glilis, Robert, owes state, 21. 107i. 

QMlison, Capt., 22. 768. 

GilUepie. See Oille^ie. 

Gilliepie, Lieut., on court of inquiry, 
16. 709. 

Gillieple, DanU in Asaem., 19. 381; 
21. 193, 195, 198, 204, 211, 226. 
234. 264, 294, 301, 303, 319, 323, 
332, 343, 344, 346, 366, 367, 370, 
372, 375, 379, 382, 431, 579, 681, 
582, 696. 609, 632, 637, 643, 646, 
655, 659, 671, 677, 679, 680, 689. 
690. 

Gllliepie, James, captain, 10. 936. 
coms'r on Clark claims, 24. 457, 526, 

526. 
town coms'r, 24. 513. 

Qilllspie, John, petiUon, 21. 203-204, 
615. 

Qlllispie, Robt., army rank, 10. 1064. 

Qiilispie, Robert, furnishes Indians, O. 
740. 

Gillis's book, mentioned, 6. 1169. 

Gill more. See Oilmore. 

Gil i more, Wm., regulator, 7. 737. 

Qillom. See Gillam. 

Gillom, Jordon, takes oath, 22. 170. 

Qillon, » defeated, 17. 169. 

Qlllon, Mr., 11. 806, 807, 809, 813. 

Qillon, Commodore, reduces the Ba- 
hamas, 10. 335. 

Glllon, Alex., 13. 4. 

Gllion, Alexr., petitions to clear river, 
21. 92, 99. 

Giilstrap, Peter, land grant to, 4. 948. 

Glllum. See Gillam. 

Giilum, John, land grant to, 4. 766. 

Glllum, Peter, pay to, 22. 491. 

Gilly, Charles, vote of refused, 10. 
922. 

Glliy, Wm., in militia, 22. 366. 

Gllly Cranky, 2. 495. 

Gllman, IMaJ., field oi&cer, 12. 498, 604. 

Gllman, Nicholas, in C. C, 21. 441. 

Gllman, Nicholas, pays in bills of 
credit, 10. 306. 

Glimore. See Glllmore, Gilmour. 

Gil more, , wishes to become a 

citizen, 22. 609. 

Gilmore, Mr., 10. 886. 
delivers goods, 10. 666. 

Gilmore, Hugh, in mUitia, 22. 412. 

Glimore, Hugh, in militia, 22. 473. 

Glimore, John, allowance to, 22. 861. 



Gilmore, Robert, slaves of to be em- 
ployed at furnace, 10. 668; to 
be seized, 10. 630. 

Gilmore, Samuel, petition, 10. 60, 66, 
291, 296. 

Glimore, Stephen, in militia, 22. 412. 

Gilmore, Stephen, in militia, 22. 473. 

Gilmore, Stephen, on regulation of 
Cross Creek and Campbellton, 16. 
209-210. 
surrenders charter of Campbellton, 
O. 270-271. 

Gilmore, Thos., army rank, 10. 719; 
10. 1064. 
reenlists, 15. 749. 

Gilmore, W., exchanges supplies. 10. 
486. 

Gilmore, Wm., army rank, 10. 1069. 
delivers arms and ammunition, 10. 
469. 

Gilmour, IMr., O. 828. 

Gilmour, Mr., not to be received under 
the flag. 10. 187. 

Gilmour, C harries, bill to vest land in, 
10. 648, 561, 556, 558, 566, 683. 

Gilmour, Robert, goods of to be seized, 
10. 474. 

Gilmour, Wm., and supplies, 10. 573. 

Gilpin, Jos., O. 1234. 

Gllreath, Wm., pensioner, 22. 66. 

Gllshap, Peter, land grant to, 4. 947. 

Giiston, Saml., army rank, 10. 1062. 

GItstrap, David, pay to, 22. 457. 

Gllvard. See Gilllard. 

Gllvard (Gilllard), John, petition oi) 
orphans of, 20. 561-562, 586. 

Gilyard, John, a J. P., 20. 993. 
allowance to, 20. 86, 90. 

Gimston, James, pensioner, 22. 66. 

Ginelngs, William, see Jennings, Wm. 

Ginew, Wm., army rank, 10. 1067. 

Gingelt, John, to Newcastle on a pro- 
posed charter, O. 498-499. 

G Ingles, Samuel, patent of corrected, 
O. 1011. 

Glnn, Hardy, army rank, 10. 1068. 

Gi nn. Hardy, army rank, 10. 1069. 

Glnn, Jacob, army rank, 10. 1070. 

Glnn, Rowland, army rank, 10. 1069. 

Glnn, Wm., army rank, 10. 1071. 

GInnet, Robt., in Assem., 10. 393, 396. 

Ginnings, Geo., army rank, 10. 1070. 

Ginon, Isaac, army rank, 10. 1066. 

Glpson. See Gibson. 

Gipson, Henry, in militia, 22. 391. 

Glpson, Henry, Jr., in militia, 22. 391. 

Gipson, Isaac, In militia, 22. 389. 



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109 



GLASGOW, JAMES 



Qlpson, Jno^ in militia, 22. 391. 
Qipson, Robt., in militia, 22. 390. 
Gipson, Wm., in militia, 22. 339. 

Girard, , Br. emmlssary, 14. 738. 

Qirard, Mr., French minister, arrives, 

18. 197, 19S, 463. 
in Phlla., 22. 975. 
Qiraud, Honore Jeroe. See Greroud, 

Honore. 
Girdwood, David, to value houses, 10. 

345. 
Girkin, Zachary, quit rents of, 22. 260. 
Girls and Soldiers, 16. 606-607. 
Gironde River, explored and identified 

with Edisto, 1. 122-124, 138. 
Gist, Capt., 10. 845, 846. 
Gist, Capt., encroachments on Indians, 

18. 925. 
Gist, Col,., commands marksmen, 12. 

530. 
Martin to on arrest of Hubbard, 17. 

110, 114-115. 
on court martial, 12. 542. 
Gist (Gest), Ben J., coms'r to locate 

C. H., 12. 697, 705. 
Gist, Ben., officer, 22. • 702. 
Gist, Benja^ petition on separation, 

22. 705-9. 
Gist, Benja., petition on separation, 

22. 705-11. 
Gist, John, army pay, 17. 214. 
Gist, John, officer, 22. 702. 
Gist, Joshua, captain, 10. facing 680. 
Gist, Joshua, witnesses treaty, 22. 650. 
Gist (Gest, Grist), Josh., in Assem., 

18. 490, 613, 614, 622, 643, 667, 

671, 675, 676, 682, 688. 
Gist, Gen. M., 14. 577, 582. 687. 
at Camden, 14. 584-585; 16. 384. 
to Gates on Md. troops, ftc, 14. 71 0« 

711. 
Gist, Nat, among Cherokees, 22. 743. 
Gist, Robt., army rank, 18. 1069. 
Gist's House, 6. 432. 
Giles, Nathaniel, petitions on land 

grants, 11. 250-253. 
Giuen, J no., in militia, 22. 350. 
GIvens, Ed., in militia, 22. 398. 
Givens, Robt., in militia, 22. 398. 
Givena, 8amM, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Givens, Wm., pay to, 22. 1014. 
GIvll, Peter, regulator, 7. 735. 
Givin, Edward, land grant to, 4. 1254. 
GIvins, Edward, land grant to, 4. 952, 

961, 1040. 
Glvirs, Thomas, asks for new county, 

8. 92. 



Gladstaine, George, estate settled, 2. 

113. 
Giaister (Gioster), Jos., 28. 12. 
apostle of the Quakers, 2. 153. 
law suit, 2. 89-90, 93-94. 
to keep account of tythes, 2. 37. 
visits Jordan, 1. 732. 
voting place on land of, 2. 214. 
Glan, Hugh, in militia, 22. 343. 
Glanden, Major, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Glanders, Major, in army, 18. 519. 
Glandon, Major, army rank, 16. 1067. 
Glane, 8aml., takes oath, 22. 172. 
Glasbee, Mrs., reports on affairs in 

Cross Creek, 11. 745. 
Glasco, James, army pay. 17. 216. 
Glascock, Geo., deposition quoted, 16. 

32. 
Glascus, Wm., Juror, 4. 520. 
Glass, Christian, regulator, 7. 737. 
Glass, George, regulator, 7. 737. 
Glass, John, takes oath, 22. 172. 
Glass, Philip, Jr., regulator, 7. 737. 
Glass, Philip, 8r., regulator, 7. 737. 
Glass, Powei, regulator, 7. 737. 
Glasglow, Caleb, army rank, 16. 1063. 

in miliUa. 17. 1055. 
Glasgow, Caleb, in militia, 22. 834. 
Glasgow, E., secretary to governor, 
11. 719. 
witness, 8. 72. 
Glasgow, James, 18. 40; 18. 100, 109; 
20. 549. 634. 654; 22. 127, 647, 
676; 24. 291. 
accounts, 18. 638, 644. 
act to make lands of conform to 

plan, 28. 46-7. 
acquitted of army frauds, 18. 163. 
allowance to, 18. 911; 18. 370; 21. 
331-332, 342, 434, 670-671 ; 22. 862. 
and frauds, 16. 150, 153, 154, 308, 

335, 374, 885. 
asst. clerk, 8. 1196. 
asst. sec'y of Prov. Cong., 10. 168, 

504, 523, 916. 
buys at Martin sale, 22. 884. 
claim and representation, 20. 211, 
212. 217, 236, 411-412; allowed, 8. 
147; 8. 224, 225, 226, 371, 589, 590, 
591, 953. 
clerk to claims com. and allowance 
to, 22. 853, 855, 862; to C. of S., 
11. 357; to com. to inquire into 
conduct of loyalists, 10. 594-603. 
discharged from Council of State, 

17. 731. 
elected Sec. of State, 12. 24-25, 27. 



GLASGOW, JAMES 



110 



GLEN, JAMES 



Hall to on letters of administration, 

11. 787. 
in Conv. 178S, 22. 2. 
in Prov. Cong.. 10. 165, 167, 173. 
instructed to make grants, 17. 395. 
Johnston to on the Johnston, 11. 

755-756. 
land grant to, 21. 345, 387, 434, 672, 

675. 
major, 10. 531. 
money to, 22. 959. 
nom. for sec. of State, 21. 26, 37. 
on com. to state accounts with U. 

S., 10. 1002. 
on S. C. of Newbern Dist., 10. 215. 
payment to ordered, 16. 102, 103. 
petition, 18. 286; 20. 514, 519, 528; 

21. 60, 82, 120. 
qualifies as Sec'y of State, 22. 906. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 190, 

194, 205, 218, 223, 231, 248, 258. 
representation, 18. 32, 36, 42, 54, 

66, 67, 69; considered, 16. 62-63, 

85; 17. 307, 313-314. 
resolve in favor of, 13. 743, 796, 797. 
school trustee, 24. 754. 
Sec'y Council of Safety, 10. 619, 

881; 11. 305; 16. 692; to Gen. 

Assem., 16. 741; of Prov. Con- 
gress, 1776, 26. 979, 984, 1000; 

pub. claims com., 6. 141, 143. 
Secretary of State, 10. 1013; 11. 

363, 364, 365, 379, 380, 721, 760, 805; 

13. 113, 116, 128, 177, 196, 364, 409, 

455; 14. 243; 16. 544, 704; 16. 

780, 851, 958, 959; 17. 19, 106. 107, 

484; 17. 310, 318, 330; 18. 136, 

152, 245, 269; 20. 29, 42, 491, 500; 

21. 554; 22. 904, 917, 951. 956, 

959, 967; 26. 986; 24. 950, 951, 

994; 26. 63. 
signs oath, 11. 363, 364. 365, 379, 

380. 
surety, 8. 592- 593. 
to Burke on laws. 16. 592. 
to make arms, 10. 539. 
trustee of Caswell, 24. 759. 
warrant to for expenses, 14. 318-319. 
witness, 8. 75; 16. 252. 
Glasgow, James, juror, 8. 529. 
Glasgow, James, juror, 6. 529. 
Glasgow, Lemuel, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Glasgow, Rich'd, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Glasgow, Thos., in militia, 22. 334. 
Glasgow (Glascow), 2. 276-278; 6. 602; 

8. 1095, 1099, 1103; 14. 748; 16. 

415. 



goods imported from. 8. 1152. 
merchants* memorial on confisca- 
tion. 18. 952-955. 
Glasgow Co., 4. iv. 
Glass, George, claim, 8. 489. 
Glass, Jas., army rank, 16. 1062. 
Glass, Lemuel, army rank, 16. 1071. 
Glass, Levy, army rank, 16. 1070. 
Glass, Solomon, reward to for desert- 
ers, 10. 980. 
Glass, Thos., takes oath, 22. 173. 
Glass, Wm., takes oath, 22. 178. 
Glass, duty on to be repealed, 6. 56. 
Glassbee, Mr., reports on condition of 
Cross Creek, 11. 555. 

Glasscock, , prisoner, 16. 673. 

Glasscow, Saml., army rank. 16. 1071. 
Glasson, Joseph, protests against reg- 
ulators, 6. 273-274. 
Giaubeck (Glasbeck, Glabeck, Globeck, 
Gloebeck), Baron de, Burke to on 
his arrest, 16. 554, 563. 
collects troops, 16. 517. 
commands in Franklin, 16. 495. 
major, 17. vil, 858, 859. 
sells stolen horse, 16. 335-336. 
time of service of troop expires. 16. 

502. 
to Sumner on need of men and 
arms. 16. 461-462. 
Glaughon, John, captain, 10. 944. 
Glauhan, DanM, army rank, 16. 1064. 
Glauhan, Jereh.. army rank, 16. 1064. 
Glawan, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 326. 
Glaze, Benjamin, asks relief from 
church tax, 8. 95-96. 
petition on who are tythables, 8. 
97-98. 
Glaze, BenJ., takes oath, 22. 172. 
Glaze, John, army pay. 17. 213. 
Gleatson, James, depositions against 

to be collected, 22. 593. 
Glebe-House, election to be held at. 

26. 11. 
Glebes, act for vestry to purchase, 26. 
302; to sell, 23. 852. 
condition, 7. 495. 

money for used for war, 26. 394-5. 
provided, 1. 680-681; 23. 584. 
provisions for in S. C. 2. 870. 
report on tax for, 6. 966. 
Gleene, Jeremiah, petitions, 18. 935. 
Gleghorn, Wm., in militia, 22. 281. 
Glen (Glenn), James, (Gov. of S. C), 
4. 849; 6. 331, 589, 655. 
action on boundary, 6. 574. 
answers to Board of Trade on quit 



GLEN, JAMES 



111 GLOUCESTER CO., ENG. 



rents and S. C. boundaryi 11. 113- 
114. 

applied to for land, 6. xxxiv. 

afiked for cannon for Cape Fear 
River, 4. 702, 703. 

asks money for fort, 6. 367. 

causes confusion, 6. 586; trouble 
with Catawbas, 6. 58. 

character, 6. 148. 

claims on boundary mentioned, 6. 
762. 

conduct on boundary and Indian 
matters discussed, 6. 440-441. 

counteracts work of other colonies 
with Indians, 6. 462. 

criticised, 6. 410, 426, 427. 

dealings with Catawbas and Chero- 
kees, 6. 360. 

Dinwiddle on his conduct in French 
war, 6. 407-408, 410. 

Dobbs to on S. C. boundary, 6. 387- 
393. 

does not induce Indians to join Eng- 
lish, 6. 412. 

encourages Catawbas to drive 
whites off lands, 6. 144. 

forbids Catawbas to go northward, 
6. 584. 

gives no aid on Cherokee fort, 6. 
609, 610. 

grants away Dobbs's lands, 6. 784; 
land patent in N. C, 7. 523. 

incites Catawbas, 6. 784; against 
N. C, 6. 387; Indians, 6. 606. 

instructions to on S. C. boundary, 
6. 376; 6. 784. 

leaves N. C. lands to Catawbas, 6. 
384. 

letter from mentioned, 6. 400, 401- 
402; on boundary dispute men- 
tioned, 6. 490; to Catawbas men- 
tioned, 6. 363-364; letters to and 
from mentioned, 6. 485. 

lowers price of Indian goods, 7. 
270. 

makes J. P.'s in disputed territory, 
6. 641. 

misrepresents McCulloh, 11. 104. 

money sent to for fort, 6. 577. 

neglects friendship of Indians, 6. 
641. 

opposes McCulloh's request to be 
councillor, 4. 342; Va. and N. C. 
in Indian matters, 6. 560. 

orders whites off lands of Cataw- 
bas, 6. 124. 

prevents Indians from Joining Eng- 
lish, 6. 576. 



promises to Catawbas, 6. 742; 6. 
616; to nullify instructions to Mc- 
Culloh, 11. 50-51. 
quarrel with Dobbs mentioned, 6. 415 
seeks to extend limits of S. C, 6. 

358-359. 
suspicions of, 6. 585. 
thinks he may dispose of lands on 

boundary, 6. 358. 
to Dobbs on need of fixing S. C. 

boundary, 6. 375, 376-380. 
to help build fort among Chero- 

kees, 6. 585. 
treaty with Indians discussed, 6. 
435-436. 
Glen, John, petition on C. H., 8. 806- 

807. 
Glen (Glenn), Warham, asks pardon 
for Fruit, 9. 93-94. 
distrains on regulators, 7. 863-864. 
juror, 6. 72. 

takes illegal fees, 7. 773, 776. 
Glenn, Ensign, messenger from S. C, 

14. 79. 
Glenn, Duke, paroled, 18. 153. 
Glenn, George, army pay, 17. 215. 

army rank, 16. 719; 16. 1064. 
Glenn, James, fined, 16. 3. 

juror, 16. 2. 
Glenn*, James, pay to, 22. 1013. 
Glenn, Tobias, army rank, 16: 1063. 
Glenn, Tobias, army rank, 16. 1064. 
Glenn, Wm., in militia, 22. 452. 
Gleson, Dennis, land grant to, 4. 630. 
Glesson, Arthur, army pay, 17. 215. 
Glldewell, Robt., in militia, 22. 365. 
Glldewell, Robt., in militia, 22. 376. 
Gllmseh, Abraham, takes oath, 22. 

171. 
Gllson, Dennis, land grant to, 4. 618. 
Gllssoe (Glisson), Daniel, memorial, 

21. 810, 827, 982, 994, 998. 
Glisson, Arthur, army rank, 16. 1068. 
Glisson, Daniel, owes state, 21. 1073. 
Glisson, Denniss, juror, 4. 525. 
Glisson, James, juror, 4. 525. 
Gllston, James, in army, 16. 732. 
Glocester, Va., Br. at, 22. 573. 
Gloster, Va., Br. at, 16. 598. 
Gloster Co., N. J., 8. 1068. 
Gloster Town, N. J., 8. 1068. 
Gloucester, Duke of, toast to, 8. 1067. 
Gloucester, act to incorporate, 26. 

272-3. 
Gloucester, statutes of in force in N. 

C, 28. 318. 
Gloucester Co., Eng., 6. 773, 775; 6. 
996. 



GLOUCESTER CO., VA. 



112 



GLOVER, WM. 



Gloucester (Gloster) Co.» Va., tyth- 

ables in 1756, S. 564. 
Gloucester DIst., Caswell Co., 26. 106. 

tax payers in, 26. 1258-1260. 
Gloucester (Gloster) Point, Va., 14. 

688. 
Glouster, Mary, quit rents of, 22. 249. 

Glover, » 16. 664. 

Glover, , 18. 883. 

Glover, — — , consents to land grant, 

4. 1049. 

Glover, , law suit, 2. 94. 

Glover, , talk of, 17. 86, 87, 1'2. 

Glover, Mr., 2. 137. 
Glover, Brig. Gen., 12. 466, 506. 
composition of brigade, 12. 508. 
defeats British, 10. 865. 
Glover, Allen, army rank, 18. 1069. 

in militia, 17. 1057. 
Glover, Ann, petition to Assembly on 

pension for services of husband, 

16. 187-188. 
Glover, Benjn., army rank, 16. 1069. 

in militia, 17. 1057. 
Glover, Charles, lands sold, 4. 806. 
Glover, Charles, sent to Indians, 2. 

50. 
Glover, Charles W., ship-master, 1. 

867. 
Glover, Charles Worthy grant to; 6. 35. 
Glover, Charles Worth, law suit, 2. 

150. 
resides with King Blount, 2. 124. 
Glover, Geo., in militia, 22. 307. 
Glover, Geo., in militia, 22. 370. 
Glover, John, army pay, 17. 213. 
Glover, J no., army rank, 16. 1063. 
Glover, J no., army rank, 16. 509; 16. 

1069. 
Glover, Jno., in militia, 22. 307. 
Glover, John, in militia, 22. 366. 
Glover, Jno., in militia, 22. 367. 
Glover, John, land grant to, 4. 707. 
Glover, John, petitions for repeal of 

tax on free negroes, 8. 982-983. 
Glover, John, quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Glover, John, report on militia oo., 22. 

370-1, 380. 
Glover, John, takes oath, 22. 175. 
Glover, Jno., Jr., in militia, 22. 371. 
Glover, Jones, army pay, 17. 214. 
Glover, Joseph, claims allowed, 8. 468; 

8. 717, 756. 
Glover, Jos., in militia, 22. 371. 
Glover, Joseph, prisoner, 17. 1045. 
Glover, Joseph, takes oath, 22. 174. 
Glover, Joshua, juror, 7. 842, 



Glover, Neal, takes oath, 22. 175. 
Glover, Saml., army rank, 18. 1062. 
Glover, Samuel, petition of widow of 
to Assembly for pension, 16. 187- 
188. 
Glover, Thos., deposition on illegal 

fees, 7. 778. 
Glover, Thos., exempted, 7. 938. 
Glover, Thos., in army, 16 730; 16. 

1062. 
Glover, Thomas, regulator, 7. 733. 
Glover, Wm., 2. 20, 64, 140; 4. xii. 
a justice, 1. 566, 583-596. 
and Gary rebellion, 1. 768. 
asked to report on condition of 

colony, 1. 733-734. 
Assembly's action on protest, 1. 699. 
buys land, 2. 169. 
claims governorship, 1. 697-699. 
clerk of Council, 1. 522; of general 

court, 1. 456-457. 
confirmed as president, 1. 727. 
dies and widow marries Knight, 2. 

292. 
elected president, 1. xxvii, 710, 727. 
estate settled, 2. 95-96. 
executor, 1. 565. 

forwards letter to Gordon, 1. 700. 
given power of attorney, 1*. 404. 
governor, 1. 688. 
in Council, 1. 575. 
issues writ for Assembly, 1. 696. 
land commissioner, 1. 792; grants 

under, 4. 308, 310. 
law suit, 1. 589. 
letters to on boundary dispute, 1. 

657. 
offers to go in chains to ESngland, 

1. 699. 
on Cary rebellion, 1. 760-761, 784- 

787, 806-807. 
owns slave, 1. 650. 
petition for debt, 1. 585. 
Pollock to on Cary rebellion, 1. 725- 

726. 
proves will, 1. 401. 
Quakers turbulent under. 2. 145. 
refuses to abide by decision of As- 
sembly, 1. xxviii. 
retires from public employment, 1. 

732. 
signs acts, 1. 790. 794; 26. 154, 156. 
threatened by Cary, 1. 699. 
to Bishop of London on religious 

affairs, 1. 689-690. 
to S. P. O. on Cary rebellion and re- 
ligious affairs, 1. 732-733. 



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113 



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to Va. authorities on boundary, 1 . 1 
649; on Indian lands, 1. 657-660, 
671. 
turned out of office, 2. x. 
warrant of attorney to, 1. 399. 
warrants to be sent to, 1. 723-724, 

725. 
witness, 1. 409, 485, 584; 2. 35. 
Glover, Wm., captain, 10. 568. 
Glover, Wm., in militia, 22. 370. 
Glover, Wm., land coms*r, 26. 155. 
Glover, Wm., lieut., 10. 518. 
Glover, Wm., Sevier to on settlement 

on Chickasaw lands, 22. 720-1. 
Glover's Corps, 14. 331. 
Glover's Creek, 4. 1040. 
Glover's Land, to be resurveyed, 4. 

222. 
Glyn, Mr., returned to Parlt., 8. 1093. 
Gtyn, James, ordered to raise King's 

standard, 10. 441-443. 
Gnadenhutten (Guadenhutten), 6. 11. 

reserved for Indians, 17. 457. 
Gnibb, Phillip, petition on separation, 

22. 705-9. 
Goad. See Ooode. 
Goad, Gabriel, petition on separation, 

22. 705-13. 
Goad, John, Jr., petition on separation, 

22. 70512. 
Goad, William, petition on separation, 

22. 705-12. 
Goadson, Thomas, Juror, 4. 523. 
Gober, Geo., takes oath, 22. 175. 
Gober, Wm., takes oath, 22. 175. 
Goble, George, regulator, 7. 737. 
Goble, John, regulator, 7. 737. 
Goble, Nicholas, regulator, 7. 737. 
God, and religion in Fund. Constns., 
1. 202-204; 26. 133-134. 
being of to be acknowledged, 22. 
668. 
God-fathers and god-mothers, aversion 

to, 1. 712. 
Godbee (Godbey, Qodby), Cary, 22. 
292. 
a J. P., 4. 966, 1038. 
land grant to, 4. 273, 447. 
law suit, 2. 99. 
seduces an apprentice, 2. 241. 
See also Godley. 
Godbey, John, in militia. 22. 343. 
Godby, Geo., pensioner, 22. 67. 
Goddard, John, bond from. 1. 438. 
Godden, Martin, army rank. 18. 1070. 
Gode. See Goode. 

Qode, Gabriel, petition on separation, 
I. 705-12. 



Goden. See Godin. 

Goden, Mr., fines in hands of, 2. 722. 

attends Board of Trade meeting, 2. 
234. 
Godett, Jno., army rank, 18. 1069. 
Godey. See Goode. 
Godey, Garey, road comsr., 23. 221. 
Godfree, Anthony, in Indian war, 10. 

754. 
Godfree, James, in Indian war, 10. 

754. 
Godfrey, Mr., deputy of Colleton, 1. 

180. 
Godfrey, Capt., 22. 404. 

arrives from London, 2. 247. 

brings letter 2. 185, 187. 

takes laws to England, 2. 223, 224. 
Godfrey, Anty., army rank, 18. 1068. 
Gocffrey, Clement, army pay, 17. 215. 

army rank, 13. 506; 18. 1065. 

Eoldier, 18. 797. 
Godfrey, Enoch, exempted, 8. 394. 
Godfrey, Ellz., proves will, 1. 386. 
Godfrey, Francis, 1. 317. 
Godfrey, Francis, army rank, 18. 1066. 
Godfrey, Francis, in militia, 22. 343. 
Godfrey, Jacob, in militia, 22. 348. 
Godfrey, Job, in militia, 22. 349. 
Godfrey, John, a Justice, 1. 421, 478- 
484, 485. 

a magistrate, 1. 449, 451. 

appraiser, 1. 387. 

buys land, 1. 480. 

church commissioner, 2. 874. 

juror, 1. 446. 

settler, 1. 76. 
Godfrey, John, land grant to, 4. 336. 
Godfrey, Jos., in militia, 22. 349. 
Godfrey, Jos., juror, 4. 519. 
Godfrey, Jos., quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Godfrey, Peter, attorney, 1. 585, 590, 
605. 609. 610. 

buys land, 1. 578. 

clerk of court, 1. 573, 574. 

gives power of att'y, 1. 624. 

juror. 1. 582. 

payment to be made at house of, 
1. 608. 

proves account, 1. 573; power of 
attorney, 1. 605. 

sells land, 1. 608. 

witness. 1. 581. 
Godfrey, Sarah, imported. 1. 395. 
Godfrey, Thos., debts due to, 17. 129. 
Godfrey, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 252. 
Godfrey, Wm., appraiser. 1. 449. 
Godfrey, Wm., army rank, 18. 1065. 

buys, 1. 399. 



2-8 



GODFREY, WM. 



lU 



GOLD, DAVIS 



imports persons, 1. 395. 
sells, 1. 399. 
Godfrey, Wm., claims allowed, 7. 58, 

85; 6. 144. 
Godfrey, Wm., lieut, 10. 944. 
Godfrey, William John, appraiser, 1. 

393. 
Godfreys, Jos., in militia, 22. 348. 
Godfrey's Success, 2. 273. 
God In. See Qoden. 
Godin, Mr., 17. 130, 131. 
Qodin, BenJ., in S. C. Assembly, 1. 821, 

902. 
Godin, David, asks aid for S. C, 2. 

196-199. 
Qodin (Goden), Stephen, against sale 

of arms to Indians, 2. 201-202. 
asks aid for S. C, 2. 196-199. 
on first settlement of C, 2. 763-764. 

816. 
Qodley (Godly), Gary, a J. P., 4. 712; 

dropped as J. P., 6. 996. 
lands of, 2. 331. 
See also Godbey. 
God ley, Ellas, patroler. 10. 64. 
Godley, George, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Godley, John, patroler, 10. 63. 
Godley, Nathan, in militia, 17. 1057. 
Godley, Nathan, patroler, 10. 63. 
Godley, Nathaniel, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 

38, 62. 
Godolphin, Mr., at Board of T. meet- 
ing, 1. 328-329. 
Godolphln's Orphan's Legacy, used by 

J. P., 28. 346. 
Godsey, Wm., pensioner, 22. 66. 

Godwin, , to be arrested, 16. 390. 

Godwin, David, militiaman. 7. 262. 
Godwin, Edmun, militiaman, 7. 263. 
Godwin, Jno., army rank, 18. 1068. 
in Davidson's Co., 14. 294. 
in N. C. battalion. 18. 343. 
prisoner, 1 6. 609. 
Godwin, Jonathan, prisoner, 16. 609. 
Godwin, Pierce, pensioner. 22. 66. 
Godwin, Richard, militiaman, 7. 263. 
Godwin, Samuel, draft riot leader, 14. 

319. 
Godwin, Samuel, militiaman, 7. 262. 
Godwin's Bridge, 8. 1064. 
Goeforth. See Goforth. 
Goeforth, Miles, exempted, 8. 1299. 
Goeler, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 635. 
Goertner, , prominent in revolu- 
tion, 8. 730. 
Goertner, George, leader of Germans, 

8. 736. 



Goertner, Peter, regulator 8. 736. 

Goetten, , consistory counsellor, 

8. 762. 
Goetten, Rev. Dr., aids Germans, 8. 

633. 
Goetten burg, 6. 1158. 
Goff, Daniel, dead, 16. 759. 
Goff, Gregory, in militia, 22. 328. 
Goff, John, land grant to, 4. 1247. 
Goff, Samuel, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Goff, Thos., army rank, 18. 1064. 
Goff, Thomas, juror, 8. 508. 
Goff, Thomas, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 38, 
61. 

patroler, 10. 64. 

petitions for Tyson, 18. 580-581. 
Goffe, Arthur, 2. 607. 

agent of N. C. 2. 578, 619. 

disabled by Assembly, 8. 122. 

goes back to England, 2. 603-604. 

in Assem., 2. 575, 608, 623. 

in council, 2. 516-518, 520-530, 532- 
542. 552, 556, 562-566. 

proposed as agent, 8. 508. 

receiver general, 2. 515-516. 

testifies for Bailey, 2. 581. 

to be arrested, 8. 122. 

to make out accounts of Richardson, 
2. 565. 

to pay for dinner out of public funds, 
2. 530. 
Goforth. See Goeforth. 
Goforth, Andrew, in militia, 22. 429. 
Goforth, Preston, land grant to, 4. 960, 

1049, 1238. 
Goforth, Zacharlah. army pay, 17. 213. 
Coin, Jenlcins, army pay, 17. 214. 
Goln, Micheal, army pay, 17. 213. 
Goln, Thos., in militia. 17. 1042. 
Goln, Wm.. army pay. 17. 213. 

army rank, 18. 1069. 
Goineball, Thos., prisoner, 16. 392. 
Going, Edward, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Going, James, in militia, 17. 1042. 
Going, John, in militia. 22. 162. 
Going, Moses, in militia, 22. 162. 
Going, Thos., Jr., in militia, 22. 162. 
Going, Thos., Sr., in militia, 22. 162. 
Going, Wm., pensioner, 22. 66. 
Going, Wm., receives clothing, 18. 619. 
Goings, Wm., petition on separation, 

22. 705-9. 
Golry, Capt., captures Tories, 22. 186. 
Gelbart, Jos., in militia, 22. 318. 
Golbert, Patterson, in militia, 22. 318. 
Gold, Davd., army rank. 18. 1066. 
Gold, Davis, in army, 16. 726. 



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115 



GOOCH, WM, 



Gold, Ephraim, petition for division of 

Orange Co., 8. 809-810. 
Gold, Joseph, asks for new county, 8. 

89. 
Gold, Joseph, juror. 8. 72. 
Gold, act to fix standard of coin, 18. 
713-714, 716, 719, 746; on what 
coins are to be current in S. C, 
26. 142^ 
granted to Heath, 1. 6; to Proprie- 
tors, 1. 22, 103. 
mint established, 18. 764-767. 769. 
one-fifth reserved to King, 1. 7. 
reserved, 1. 15. 
trade returns in, 1. 853. 
Gold and silver, 26. 234. 
bill for tax on, 20. 539; to encour- 
age importation, 6. 274. 275, 276, 
296, 301 ; to rate and make it legal 
tender, 7. 563, 591, 593, 596, 602, 
614, 627, 644, 653. 
brought in by pirates, 1. 467, 469. 
demanded by Burrington for land, 

3. 363, 383; by Granville, 6. 645; 
by Proprietors, 4. 174; for quit 
rents, 4. 36, 205, 206. 237, 238. 

driven out by paper, 6. 378-379, 392. 

lack of, 8. xi. 

mines of, 1. 847-849. 

none in Province, 8. 234. 

not in circulation, 4. 179. 

one-fifth reserved for King, 6. 770. 

public bills taken in place of, 4. 
113. 

quit rents to be paid in, 2. 33-4; 
26. 217; at proclamation stand- 
ard, 4. 679. 

rate of exchange on to be reported, 

4. 440. 

reserved for Proprietors, 1. 174, 176, 
183, 302; 4. 287, 317; to King in 
part, 4. 54, 254. 663. 
scarce, 3. 167, 168, 235. 294. 548, 
549, 568, 569, 598; 4. 228, 245, 247, 
415, 416, 424, 576, 744. 772, 824, 
921; 6. xi. 123, 451; 22. 604, 605; 
24. 438, 731; 26. 307-8. 
sent out of State to buy continental 

currency, 11. 368-369, 374. 
taken for lands, 3. 464, 470. 
to be held by treasurers, 24. 477-8. 
Gold and sliver coins, act on values, 

24. 485-8. 
Gold Creek, 1. 961. 
Gold Hill, 8. 744. 
Gold Hill charge, 8. 795. 
Gold locket, stolen, 4. 891. 



Gold rings, suit ^or, 1. 617-618. 
Golden Grove, 4. 645, 687, 689. 
Golden Islands, settlers sent to, 2. 

389. 
Gold In, Andw., army rank, 18. 1070. 
Golding, Jno., in militia, 22. 372. 

Goldsborough, ,14. 76. 

Goldsbury, Wm., army pay, 17. 214. 

army rank, 18. 1064. 
Goldsmith, Dan'l, in militia, 22. 326. 
Goldsmith, Jese, army rank. 18. 1062. 
Goldsmith, Jesse, army pay, 17. 215. 

in army, 16. 730. 
Goldsmith, Wm., in common council, 

18. 792, 793. 
Goldstone, Charles, regulator, 7. 735. 
Goldwin, Ann, payment to, 8. 649. 
Goldwin, Ann, taxable, 16. 191. 
Goldwin, Joseph, claims paid, 8. 144. 
Golefler, Nicholas, land grant asked, 

4. 763. 
Gollehorn, Joseph, army pay, 17. 214. 
Gollop. See Gallop. 
Gollop, Isaac, army pay, 17. 214. 
Golphia, 8. C, 14. 119. 
Golphln's, fort at captured, 16. 481. 

See also Galphinton. 
Gomorrah, 7. 752. 

Golston (Golson), Capt. Charles, 22. 
217, 218. 
house burned, 22. 213, 238. 
letter of considered, 18. 217. 
threatens Fanning, 18. 206. 
treats with Fanning on peace, 
223, 239. 
Gomery. See Montgomery. 
Gomery, Jno. Mount, in militia, 

382. 
Gomery, Robt. Mount, in militia, 

382. 
Gonedy, Wm., petition on C. H., 8. 806- 

808. 
Gonsalez, Ferdlnando de, army rank, 

18. 1068. 
Gonsallls, Francisco, Sp. prisoner, 22. 

272. 
Gonsalvo, Lawrence, lands of, 1. 436. 
Gonzales, Lawrence, deposition 

against Miller, 1. 314-315. 
Gooch, Gideon, takes oath, 22. 174. 
Gooch, John, in army, 16. 728. 
Gooch, Rowland, takes oath, 22. 175. 
Gooch, Wm., Governor of Va., 6. 366. 
answers to queries about Indians, 

3. 89. 
arrives at Carthagena and reports 
on N. C. troops, 16. 752. 



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116 



GOODLOE, KEMP 



cited on Virginia. 4. 1148. 
commands at Carthagena, 16. 752. 
Everard to on protection of settlers 

in the disputed area, 2. 736-737. 
instructs Va. boundary commission- 
ers, 2. 744-746. 
letter on boundary survey mention- 
ed, 8. 61-62; to Newcastle quoted 
on troops in Carthagena expedi- 
tion, 11. 42, 43. 44. 
reports on troops of at Carthagena 

with losses, 16. 754-759. 
to Board of Trade on boundary sur- 
vey, 2. 734. 768-769; 8. 12-13. 16, 
17. 20, 24; on Va. anti-N. C. to- 
bacco law, 2. 773-775. 
to Everard on boundary survey, 2. 
738-739. 
Goochland Co., Va., tythables in 1756, 

6. 564. 
Good. See Goode/ 
Good, Francis, army pay. 17. 214. 
Good, Jno., army rank, 18. 1068. 
Good, Jno.y army rank, 18. 1070. 
Good. Jno., in militia, 22. 315. 
Good, John, takes oath, 22. 174. 
Good, Peter, pay to, 22. 489. 
Good, Richd., a J. P., 28. 994. 
building comsr., 28. 973. 
money from, 21. 1065. 
Good, Singleton, case of, 18. 216, 425, 

482. 
Good. Solomon, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Good, Wm., act to ascertain course of 

land of, 24. 930-1. 
Good, Wm., army pay, 17. 214. 
army rank, 18. 1068. 
claims. 21. 238. 
custodian of Palace. 17. 425; 18. 

221. 460. 
impresses goods, 18. 176. 
ordered to report accounts, 21. 128- 

129. 
petition, 20. 128, 137, 216, 309, 313, 

316-317, 401. 
resigns as J. P., 21. 208, 212. 580. 
to take possession of palace, 20. 
115. 
Good, Wm., church warden, 26. 35. 
Good Fellow, George Rennick James, 

land grant to, 4. 1246. 
Good Fellow, James, land grant to, 4. 

1246. 
Good Warrior, headman, 6. 320. 
Good Warrior of Kewee, refuses pres- 
ents, 22. 743. 
Good Warriors of Estatoi, at Indian 



Congress, 11. 179. 

Goodale, Gilbert, buys, 1. 650, 651. 
will proved, 2. 109. 

Goodan, Drury, Watauga to be annex- 
ed, 10. 708-711. 

Goodat, Jno., army rank, 18. 1068. 

Goodbread, John, 21. 657. 
Tory, 21. 814. 

Goodbread, Philip, petitions for ex- 
tension of power of J. P.'s, 7. 874- 
875. 

Goode. See Goad, Qode, Good, Goods, 
Gorde. 

Goode, Richard, on Surry S. C, 10. 
251, 255. 
petition, 20. 204, 206, 288, 385, 401, 

470, 473, 572; 21. 102, 136, 137. 
sheriff, 21. 1077. 

Gooden, Capt., 18. 956, 957; 22. 121, 
122. 

Gooden, Christopher, petitions for Mc- 
Dugal, 8. 683-684. 

Gooden, John, army pay, 17. 213. 

Gooden, Wyiy, army rank, 18. 1070. 

Goode's Bridge, Va., Wayne and Mor- 
gan at, 16. 575. 

Goodgroomes, Alexander, bounds of 
enquired into, 2. 302. 

Goodhue, BenJ., Mass. comr., 18. 584. 

Goodin, Chrisn., army rank, 18. 1065. 

Goodin, John, Juryman, 2. 262, 263. 

Goodin, Wm., in army, 16. 732. 

Gooding, Aaron, in militia, 22. 318. 

Gooding, Christopher, lieut, 10. 518. 

Gooding, Davenport, in militia, 22. 
358. 

Gooding, Job, 22. 439. 

Gooding, John, door keeper of House 
of Commons, 12. 657; 18. 786; 
18. 3; 17. 267; and allowance to, 
18. 373, 376. 378, 380, 382, 385, 
387, 388, 390, 392, 394, 396, 397, 
398; to Prov. Cong., 10. 916. 

Gooding, Peter, ddOr keeper, 18. 229; 
18. 235; and sergt. at arms, 18. 
490, 719, 775. 776, 777; 20. 122; 
21. 4, 196, 433, 874, 1004; to Conv. 
1788 and 1789, 22. 7, 40. 

Gooding, Thos., Juror, 26. 190. 

Gooding, Thomas, petitions on county 
bounds, 8. 633-634. 

Goodlatt, , law suit, 2. 95, 149. 

Goodlatt, Alexander, will proved, 2. 
98. 

Goodloe. See Goodlow. 

Goodloe, Kemp, exempted, 17. viii, 

973; 



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117 



GOODS 



Goodloe (Goodlow), Robert, coms'r to 
examine guns, 12. 183-184; to re- 
ceive guns of Ransom, 12. 366. 

money due to, 24. 872. 

school trustee, 24. 876. 

to procure arms, 10. 556. 
Goodlop, Shlffell, petition on separa- 
tion. 22. 705-10. 
Goodiow. See Groodloe. 
Goodlow, Robert, a J. P., 6. 149. 
Goodiow, Robt., a J. P., 28. 993. 
Goodman, Capt., 11. 740; 16. 562, 563. 

arrives at Salisbury, 16. 590. 

commands troops, 18. 301. 

conducts troops to Sumner, 16. 599. 

enlists recruits, 11. 557. 

killed, 16. 638. 

roster of co., 18. 1012, 1027, 1028, 
1041, 1050, 1064. 1074, 1096, 1102, 
1110, 1124, 1133, 1144, 1155, 1167, 
1169. 
Goodman, Benja., in militia, 22. 161. 
Goodman, BenJ., takes oath, 22. 169. 
Goodman, DanM, in militia, 22. 160. 
Goodman, George, 8. 748. 
Goodman, George, army pay, 17. 213. 
Goodman, Rev. H., labors in Iredell 

Co., 8. 792. 
Goodman, Henry, a J. P., 6. 828. 
Goodman, Henry, a J. P., 6. 828. 
Goodman, Henry, a J. P., 28. 993. 
Goodman, Henry, in militia, 22. 359. 
Goodman, Henry, in militia, 22. 494. 
Goodman, Henry, Juror, 8. 692. 
Goodman, Henry, land grant to, 4. 

853, 855. 
Goodman, Henry, resigns as lieut. col., 

14. 333. 
Goodman, Henry, BQF8ty, 8. 592-593. 
Goodman, Joel, in militia, 22. 359. 
Goodman, John, owes state, 21. 1068. 
Goodman, Joseph, in militia, 22. 160. 
Goodman, Samuel, a J. P., 4. 683; 
dropped as J. P., 4. 760. 

guns fired through house of, 4. 760. 

land grants to, 4. 804, 1035, 1255. 

patents land, 8. 1085. 

road coms'r, 28. 221. 

seeks to Justify himself as J. P., 4. 
804. 
Goodman, Samuel, army pay, 17. 215. 

army rank, 16. 728; 18. 1065. 
Goodman, Thos., in militia, 22. 385. 
Goodman, Thos., land grant to, 4. 353. 
Goodman, Timothy, in militia, 22. 494. 
Goodman, Timothy, Juror, 8. 692. 
Goodman, Capt. W., 22. 122. 



Goodman, Wm., 18. 957. 
Goodman, Wm., army pay, 17. 214. 

army rank. 18. 1064. 
Goodman, Wm., captain, 10. 942. 
Goodman, Wm., in militia, 22. 285. 
Goodman, Wm., in militia, 22. 359. 
Goodman, Wm., juror, 4. 525. 
Goodman, Wm., lieut., 10. 517. 
Goodman, Wm., takes oath, 22. 169. 
Goodmans, Wm., land grant to, 4. 349. 
Goodman's Fields, 8. 632. 
Goodner, Conrad, army pay, 17. 213. 

Goodorom, , in Assembly, 21. 47. 

Goodrich, , joins Br., 16. 144. 

Goodrich, Charles, to take deposition, 

1. 645. 
Goodrich, John, a prisoner, 10. 1035-37. 
burns vessel in Currituck Inlet, 18. 
285. 
Goodrich, John, capture the Polly, 10. 
549-550. 
commands privateer, 18. 418. 
injures Jones, 10. 590. 
makes prizes, 18. 459. 
seizes vessel with pork, 18. 134. 
Goodrich, John, loyalist, 10. 601-602, 
603; 14. 99. 
sent to Va. as prisoner, 10. 545. 
Goodrich, Lewis, army pay, 17. 213. 
Goodrich, Matthew, rank settled, 16. 

700. 
Goodrich, 16. 157. 
Goodrick, Mr., 16. 302. 
Goodrick, BenJ., claims, 4. 808. 
Goodrick, Mathew, recommended for, 

promotion, 11. 716. 
Goodridg (Good ridge), Jeremiah, ap- 
praiser, 1. 584. 
buys land, 1. 609. 

gives power of attorney, 1. 590, 609. 

law suit, 1. 585. 586. 590, 593, 594. 

Goodrldge, Lewis, army rank, 18. 

1068. 
Goodrldge, Mathew, army rank, 18. 

1063. 
Goods. See Goode. 
Goods, Israel, army rank, 18. 1069. 
Goods, act against exhorbitant retail- 
ers, 1. 185; on disposal of taken 
by distress, 28. 22-23, 333. 
bill to prevent sale of for hard 
money only, 18. 120, 155-156, 345, 
361-362. 
invoice of for N. C, 18. 472-473. 
list of imports, 16. 21-22. 
of pirates condemned and ^old, 2. 
334, 336, 338. 



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GORDON, MR« 



on execution, Johnston on law for 

disposal of, 4. 26. 
ordered sold by Safety Committee, 

9. 1095, 1098. 
rise in price of, 8. 1100. 
Savage to Caswell on those seized, 

14. 266. 
seized by distress, history of act 

on, 8. 182. 
shipped from Edenton to Pa., 18. 
18-9; to London, inventory, 1. 322- 
323. 
to be sold only in capital, 1. 336. 
value as compared with England, 4. 
793. 
Qo<M8 and chattels, act on method of 

conveying, 28. 49-52, 333. 
Goodson, George, Juror, 4. 524. 
Goodson, James, army pay, 17. 214. 

in Davidson's Co., 14. 294. 
Qoodson, Jnc, army rank, 18. 1070. 
Goodson, John, in gov't of Pa., 1. 467. 
Goodson, Joseph, ladd grant to, 4. 

640-641. 
Goodson, Joshua, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Goodson, Uzai, army rank, 18. 1070. 
Goodson's Camp, 16. 537. 
Qoodvine, Matthew, in militia, 22. 324. 

Goodwin, , murdered, 7. 282. 

Goodwin, Capt., 16. 786. 
asks for money, 14. 859. 
killed, 16. 638. 
roster of co., 18. 1179. 
wounded, 16. 751. 
Goodwin, Capt., payment to, 22. 442. 
Goodwin, Barnaby, in militia, 22. 379. 
Goodwin, Drury, 11. 763. 
Goodwin, Edwd., army rank, 18. 1068. 
Goodwin, Jas., quit rents of, 22. 256. 
Goodwin, Jesse, pension to, 10. 578; 

12. 147-148, 304-305, 309. 
Goodwin, Jno., army rank, 18. 1069. 
Goodwin, John, in militia, 16. 400. 
Goodwin, Jno., in militia, 22. 376. 
Goodwin, John, Juror, 4. 516. 
Goodwin, John, Juror, 26. 186. 
Goodwin, John, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Goodwin, John, quit rents of, 22. 244. 
Goodwin, Jno., quit rents of 22. 256. 
Goodwin, Joshua, quit rents of, 22. 

244. 
Goodwin, Lemuel, quit rents of, 22. 

244. 
Goodwin, Lem., takes oath, 22. 170. 
Goodwin, Peter, petition, 20. 137, 215, 
280-281, 314, 391-392. 410, 420, 468. 
Goodwin, Robertson, army rank, 18. 
1070. 



244. 
283, 



pensioner, 22. 67. 
Goodwin, 8amM, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Goodwin, Theophilus, in militia, 

376. 
Goodwin, Theophs., land grant to, 4. 

619, 635, 710. 
Goodwin, Theophilus, Jr.,' in militia, 

22. 376. 
Goodwin, Thos., army rank, 18. 1070. 
Goodwin, Thos., exempted, 8. 146. 
Goodwin, Thos., in militia, 22. 376. 
Goodwin, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 244. 
Goodwin, Tiney, army rank, 18. 1066. 
Goodwin, Wm., army rank, 18. 1066. 

reenlists, 16. 750. 
Goodwin, Wm., Juror, 4. 524. 
Goodwin, Wm., quit rents of, 
Goodwin, Wych, allowance to, 

289. 471. 
Goom, Charles, land grant to, 4. 675. 
Goose, John, army pay, 17. 215. 
Goose Creek, 1. 803; 2. 869; 4. 1091; 

28. 222. 
Indians posted on, 2. 197. 
Goose Creek, 8. C, 16. 244. 
Goose Creek Faction, 8. 338. 
Goose Ponds, Tories at, 22. 544. 
Goostrey, Wm., Jr., gifts to, 8. 19-20. 
Goostrey, Wm., 8r., executor of Bur- 

rington. 8. 19, 20. 
Gorald. See Gorrell. 
Gorald, Jas., in militia, 22. 319. 
Gorald, Wm., in miliUa, 22. 319. 
Gorald, Wm., in militia, 22. 320. 
Gordan. See Gordon. 

Gordan, , negroes of, 18. 935. 

Gordan, Alex., allowance to, 22. 827. 
Gordan, Chapman, tax collector, 18. 

707. 
Gordan, Charles, in Prov. Cong.. 10. 

523. 
Gorde. See Qoode. 
Gorde, Richard, in Assembly, 8. 140. 
Gorde (Goode), Richard, on Surry S. 

C, 10. 228, 251. 
Gorden. See Gordon. 
Gorden, Capt., roster of Co.. 18. 1107. 
Gorden, James, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Gorden, Stewart, in militia, 22. 415. 
Gordilock, John, claims proved, 8. 517. 
Gordon. See Gordan, Gorden. 

Gordon, , arrested, 8. 212. 

Gordon, , killed, 22. 564, 565. 

Gordon, Mr., 14. 98. 

Gordon, Mr., 17. 170. 

Gordon, Mr., and his debts, 18. 995. 

Gordon, Mr., assist, counsel for crown, 

8. 547. 



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119 



GORDON'S DIARY 



Gordon, Mr., negroes of break Jail, 16. 

70. 
Gordon, Mr., partner runs off with 

British, 16. 506. 
Gordon, Mr., to help prosecute regula- 
tors, 6. 690, 695. 
Gordon, Mrs., 16. 552. 
Gordon, Mrs., 17. 170. 
Gordon, Mrs., and husband's debts, 

16. 995. 
Gordon, Capt., 7. 437. 
cited on Churton's map of N. C, 
7. 861. 
Gordon, Capt., 16. 552. 
Gordon, Col., collects militia, 14. 660. 
Gordon, Lt., 16. 249. 
arrives in N. C, 16. 255. 
wounded, 16. 638. 
Gordon, Adam, Lord, 7. 40, 94. 

visits N. C, 6. 1320; 7. 2. 
Gordon, Alexander, a J. P., 6. 799. 
army rank, 16. 1065. 
debts due by, 6. 278-279. 
dues from as sherift, 6. 573. 
Gordon, Charles, 26. 50. 
allowance to, 16. 170. 
building coms'r, 24. 143, 149. 
captain, 17. 96l 
com. on captured arms, 17. 654, 747, 

748-749, 752. 
cornet, 17. 966. 

in Assembly, 12. 265, 283, 308, 368, 
380, 399, 408, 429; 17. 795; 19. 
374. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 513, 523, 931, 960. 
money loaned to, 16. 403. 
promoted, 19. 309. 
Gordon, Charles, petition on release 

from duty, 6. 858, 860. 
Gordon, David, claims allowed, 7. 923, 
984, 985; 6. 147. 
town trustee, 26. 468. 
Gordon, George, county commissioner, 

24. 178. 
Gordon, George, exempted, 4. 393. 
Gordon, George, Lord, heads mob, 14. 

592. 
Gordon, Geo., quit rents of, 22. 252. 
Gordon, George, road overseer, 1. 607. 
Gordon, John, co. coms'r, 28. 770-1, 

803. 
Gordon, John, capt. of militia, 6. 365. 
Gordon, John, declines to serve in 

militia, 22. 335. 
Gordon, Jno., in militia, 22. 355. 
Gordon, John, juror, 4. 518. 
Gordon, John, on confiscation act, 16. 
203-205. 



Gordon, John, quit rents of, 22. 252. 
Gordon, John, recommends Earle, 6. 

241. 
Gordon, John, taxable, 16. 191. 
Gordon, John, voter, 16. 237. 
Gordon, Joshua, pensioned, 12. 611; 
18. 911. 
petition, 17. 799, 974. 
report on petition, 17. 871, 874, 886, 
888, 891, 928. 
Gordon, Mrs. Margaret, to the gover- 
nor on flag of truce, 16. 506. 
Gordon, Natha., juror, 4. 518. 
Gordon, Patrick, 18. 67. 
Gordon, Pat., election contested, 7. 
350, 352. 
memorial on school, 7. 35-36. 
Gordon, Peter, resigns as judge advo- 
cate, 7. 690. 
Gordon, Solomon, army rank, 16. 1070. 

wagoner, 16. 477. 
Gordon, Wm., 1. 722, 772. 
accounts of, 1. 702. 
arrives, 1. 681. 
books sent by, 1. 701. 
brings out library, 1. 884-885. 
chosen minister, 1. 680. 
describes N. C, 1. 708. 
fate of library, 2. 120, 128, 130, 310. 
goes to England, 1. 684. 
lays Gary rebellion before Proprie- 
tors, 1. 710. 
letter of commendation from church 
wardens and vestry, 1. 685-686; 
letter to, 1. 700. 
on Quaker troubles, 1. xxvii. 
on rise of Quakers in Albemarle, 

1. xix. 
preaches against Quakers, 1. 713. 
Quakers tell tales on, 1. 733. 
quoted on N. C, 2. 78. 
reports of mentioned, 1. 719-720. 
salary paid to, 1. 685. 
to report on N. C. affairs, 1. 686. 
to S. P. G. on Gary rebellion and 
other affairs, 1. 708-715; on his 
arrival, 1. 677-678. 
work of, 1. 689-690; in Chowan Go., 
1. 711-712. 
Gordon, Wm., in Assembly, 7. 342, 343. 
Gordon, Wm., prisoner, 16. 674. 
Gordon, Wm., to Gates on Mass. af- 
fairs, 14. 668-669. 
Gordon, Mrs. Wm., 14. 669. 
Gordon, Wm., Davie criticises History 

of, 19. 996, 997. 
Gordon's Diary of the Amer. Revolu- 
tion, extract from, 14. 802-803. 



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120 



GOSS, WM. 



Gordon's Landg., inspection at, 26. 

313, 379. 
Goren, Jno., army rank, 16. 1068. 
Gorges, Ferdinando, claims of, 1. 225. 
Gorham. See also Ghorham, Gorum. 
Gorham, Col., almost surprised by Br. 
and movements, 16. 626-627. 
discharges men, 22. 589. 
Gorham, MaJ., ammunition, 10. 423. 
dropped to the ranks, 11. 556. 
petition of, 10. 494. 
report of troops under, 16. 74. 
Gorham, James, commands Pitt Co. 
troops, 16. 19. 
in Assembly, 18. o36, 690, 695. 697 
(?), 708, 712, 717, 721, 785, 824, 
913, 925, 966, 975, 988. 990, 1000; 
18. 2, 29, 153, 156, 165, 167; 17. 
878, 879, 947, 948; 18. 69. 381, 385, 
391, 393, 396. 
in Prov. Cong.. 8. 1154, 1179, 1180, 
1181; 10. 121, 122, 166, 167, 172, 
915, 960. 
light house coms'r, 26. 54. 
nom. for C. of S.. 18. 465, 466, 809. 

813. 
on com. of Assembly, 18. 663, 741. 
787, 793. 794, 831, 840, 916, 929; 
18. 104; 17. 799, 823, 885. 909. 
on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 917, 948, 

951, 965, 968, 972. 
on S. C. of Pitt. 8. 1095, 1126, 1154, 
1240 (?), 1266; 10. 14. 62, 295, 
451, 618, 670. 
on com. to collect aid for ' Boston. 

8. 1081. 
patroler, 10. 63. 
protests against confiscation act, 

18. 991-992. 
school trustee, 24. 867. 
to procure arms, 10. 525. 
troubles as militia officer. 18. 685- 
687. 
Gorham, Jones, major, 10. 205. 
Gorham, Nathaniel, in C. C, 18. 825; 
18. 548, 552, 640. 641, 671, 709, 
726. 754. 
in Fed. Conv., 20. 763. 
pres. C. C, 18. 620, 643, 676. 
speaker Mass. Assem., 17. 476, 509, 
593. 
Gorham's Landing, 8. 1100. 

Gorman, , in Assembly, 18. 697. 

Gorman, Mary, tried for murder, 2. 

• 666, 668-669. 
Gorman, Mich., to Nash, 16. 71-72; on 
prizes and privateers, 16. 71-72. 
Gormand, Mr., 18. 178. 



Gore, Thomas, reports resolutions in 

House of Commons, 6. 758. 
Gorgebyus, Z., asks relief from church 

tax, 8. 95-96. 
Gorrell. See Gorald. 
Gorrell (Gorrlil, Gorreiis), Ralph, asks 
pardon for Hunter, 8. 86. 
coms'r on pub. buildings, 24. 20; 

on town, 24. 779. 
in Assembly, 12. 2, 12, 32, 38, 40, 
41, 43, 46, 47, 51, 53, 60, 82, 87, 
122, 165, 172, 178, 181, 184, 185, 
186, 201, 219, 230, 252. 268, 573, 
588, 589; 18. 530. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 500, 505, 523, 536, 

914, 927, 960. 
juror, 10. 2, 3. 

to Caswell on court affairs, 18. 27. 
to Council of Safety on preparation 
for Cherokee campaign, 10. 668. 
to make arms, 10. 354. 
Gorrell, Robert, money from, 21. 1065. 
Gorry, Mr., on com. C. C, 17. 119. 
Gorum, Col., routed by Br., 16. 456, 

See also Gorham, Col. 
Gosby, Hannah, imports persons, 1. 
394. 
rights sold to. 1. 396. 
Gosby, John, imported, 1. 394. 
Gosby, Mary, imported, 1. 436. 
Goshen, 8. xxx; 16. 640. 
Goshen, seat of Person, 14. 857, 858. 
Goshen, Duplin Co., 28. 342. 
Goshen, O., Moravian settlement at, 

6. 1158. 
Goshen Baptist Association, history, 

6. 1175, 1179. 
Goshen church, 6. 1199, 1211. 
Goshen District, Granville Co., tax 
payers in, 28. 1274-1275. 
.oath of allegiance taken in, 22. 177- 
179. 
Goshen Swamp, 24. 642. 
bill to improve navigation, 20. 170, 
176, 188, 199, 300, 350. 
Gosley, Chas., army rank, 18. 1070. 
Goslln, Ambrose, army pay, 17. 215. 

army rank, 18. 1063. 
Goslln, Simon, army rank, 18. 1069. 

receives clothing, 18. 619. 
Gosneli, Wm., buys shoes, 1. 456. 
Goss, Jacob, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Goss, James, in militia, 22. 165. 
Goss, J no., in militia, 22. 330. 
Goss, Thomas, asks relief from church 

tax, 8. 95-96. 
Goss, Thos., in militia, 22. 379. 
Goss, Wm., building coms'r, 24. 248. 



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121 



GOVERNMENT 



Goss, Zacharlah, in militia, 22. 164. 
Qossard, J no., in militia, 22. 370. 
Gossep, John, exempted, 8. 4*58. 
Gosse's, Wm., 16. 380. 
Goat man, John, petition against mar- 
riage act, 9. 623-624. 
Gothrop, Jno., army rank, 16. 1067. 
Gotson, Ja8., army rank, 16. 1068. 
Gouch, Jno., army rank, 16. 1065. 
Gouch, Rowland, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Gouch, Wm., army pay, 17. 213. 

army rank, 16. 1065. 

Goudybock, Adam, petitions on land 

grants, 8. 1260-1262; 11. 250-252. 

Goudybock, John, petitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-252. 

Goudycock, Adam, petitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-252. 

Goudycock, John, petitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-252. 

Gough, Mr., bill paid. 16. 942. 

Gough, Thomas, inhabitant of Va., 1. 

385. 
Gough, Thomas, witness, 1. 485. 
Gough, Wm., army rank, 16. 725; 16. 

1062. 
Gould, Mr., 4. 208. 
Gould, Lt.. killed, 16. 638. 
Gould, Maj. Gen., commands Br. in 

S. C. 16. 497. 
Gould, Daniel, in Conv. 1788, 22. 1, 4, 

25, 27, 30, 31, 35. 
Gould, Elizabeth, appoints attorney to 
collect arrears of husband's sal- 
ary, 6. 417-418. 
Gould (Goulde), Geo., 4. 1115. 1117, 
1123, 1124. 
a J. P., 4. 800, 882, 1118. 
attorney to collect salary due to, 6. 

417-418. 
commissioner on Carteret's lands, 

4. 639, 799-800. 
dead, 6. 36. 

expenses as commissioner on Gran- 
ville's line, 4. 807-811; in survey- 
ing Granville's line, 4. 698-700. 
fees as surveyor general, 4. 712. 
land grant asked for, 4. 701. 
land grant to, 4. 601, 636, 679, 711, 

855, 884. 
petition about surveyor's fees, 4. 

743, 744, 748. 
recommended for council, 4. 586, 

1166. 
surveyor, 28. 300. 
surveyor Gen., 4. 966; 6. 993. 
takes depositions, 4. 1189. 
to return surveys by Gray, 4. 886. 



Gould, Jas., in militia, 22. 342. 
Gould, Thos., on S. C. petition, 1. 637- 

640. 
Goulde, John, land grant to, 4. 625. 
Goulde (Goold, Golde), Stephen (8ev- 
eru8, Stevans), case of mentioned, 
4. 91. 
land grants to, 4. 890, 891. 
message in regard to, 4. 90. 
petition considered, 4. 130, 131. 
to give surety as collector, 8. 538- 

539. 
to qualify Justices, 8. 252. 
Goulding, Thos., in militia, 22. 427. 
Goulding, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 

1247, 1248. 
Goupher, Christopher, settler, 1. 76. 
Gourley, Thos., clerk of court, 22. 701. 
Gourney, Wm., land grant to, 4. 644. 

rights proved, 4. 644. 
Gouthrop, John, army pay, 17. 213. 

Goutrage, , 22. 981. 

Goutrage, , drives Harper into 

Currituck, 18. 219, 225. 
Govan Parish, Scotland, 6. iii. 
Gove, Richard, imported, 1. 650. 
Goven, Chas., quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Gover, Samuel, in army, 18. 524. 

Governeur, , owes state, 21. 1070. 

Government, 2. 395-396, 419, 420. 
act for preservation of in S. C, 1 
863-867; for bills of credit to sup 
port, 26. 238; for in N. C. 26 
152-4; for revenue for, 24. 655-8 
731, 796-8; 26. 41; for support of 
24. 438-9. 731-2, 796-8. 800, 802-3 
813, 885-6. 899, 952-3; 26. 7-9, 41 
77, 78-9, 80; for support of men 
tioned, 22. 967; for tax for. 26 
174, 309; on contingent expenses 
28. 494, 54^, 617, 841; on ex 
penses, 28. 2, 95, 121, 122, 292-6 
339, 371-5. 395, 749; 26. 492; to be 
l)rinted, 6. 1012-1013; to establish 
in N. C, 28. 38-40, 95. 
Adams's thoughts on. 11. 321-327. 
alterations in suggested by Martin, 

10. 277-278. 
answers on, 6. 605, 622-623. 
association to protect G. against 

regulators, 6. 549. 
bill for erecting houses for. 12. 125, 
128, 178-179, 283, 287; for support 
of, 6. 1026, 1027, 1029, 1032, 1036. 
1071, 1072. 1074, 1077-1078, 1079, 
1081, 1097; to defray expenses of, 
6. 1100, 1101, 1104, 1108, 1125, 
1144, 1165, 1168, 1169, 1174, 1182, 



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122 



GOVERNOR 



1199; 7. 596, 603, 607, 623, 627, 
628, 640, 644, 646, 668, 695; B. 366, 
371, 383, 436, 438, 444, 447, 448, 
478; for support of, 16. 67, 69, 
93, 111, 120, 126, 128, 135, 162; 18. 
128, 135. 154, 164. 220, 271, 352, 
353, 374, 377, 387, 427; for tax for 
support of, 17. 296, 321, 343, 384, 
394, 395. 406, 410; 18. 653, 657, 
684, 690, 703, 705; 20. 25, 40, 46, 
53, 101, 205. 206, 263, 267, 287-288, 
292, 321. 385, 443. 468, 491, 508, 513. 
579, 586-588; on salaries, 20. 321, 
592. 593; to alter oath to, 18. 434, 
472, 482, 767, 770. 773, 810, 825; 
to continue executive powers of, 
17. 639, 643, 702, 722, 727, 728, 
777; to establish in West, 20. 142, 
326; to fix seat of, 12. 177. 178- 
179, 362, 382; to invest in gov., 
17. 847. 942. 

branches to be separate. 22. 662; 
23. 977. 

Carteret surrenders his right in, 11. 
76, 77, 93, 94. 96. 

character, 2. vii. ix; discussed. 17. 
36. 39; in colonial N. C, 8. vii, viii, 
ix; of officials. 2. ix; of the tem- 
porary gov't organized, 10. 591. 

committee on expenses of. 18. 416. 
425, 431-432. 434. 728. 755, 759. 
775. 827; appointed to frame and 
reports of same, 10. 175. 181. 193. 
208-214; to report on plan of. 10. 
iv. 

condition from Martin's standpoint, 
10. ix-x; in N. C. 8. 1215; in So. 
States. 16. 577. 

constitution of 1776. 10. 1006-1013. 

correspondence to be s^nt to Eng.. 
7. 267. 

debts to pleadable, 1. 675. 

departments should be separate, 22. 
17. 

discussed by Johnston, 11. 504-505. 

divisions of proposed. 10. 870&, 870^ 

efficiency. 18. xl. 

efforts by Assem. to establish. 7. 
692-693. 

emissions for. 8. 213. 

feebleness of responsible for rebel- 
lion, 11. 725. 726. 

forms of in American colonies, 1. 
224-226. 

funds should be provided for sup- 
port of. 6. 215. 216. 236. 



Hooper on form desirable. 10. 866- 

869. 870. 
impotence. 10. 47. 
impropriety in conducting it in 

King's name. 10. 1039. 
instruction in regard to revenue for. 

6. 1106, 1114-1115; to Mecklen- 
burg delegates on form of. 10. 

238-242. 
kinds in N. C. 8. iii. 
lack of respect for. 2. ix-xi. 
made distinct from S. C, 1. 772-773. 

775-776, 799-800, 841. 
no fixed seat of and infiuence on 

preservation of historical mater- 
ials, 11. iv. 
not strengthened by patent offices, 

11. 723. 
of Albemarle. 1. 162-175. 
of Cape Fear, views of Proprietors. 

1. 58-59. 
of colonies, discussed. 2. 630-631. 
organization of. 1. xii-xv; 10. xxiii- 

xxvi; in 1775 and 1776. 10. v-ix. 

xi. xix-xxi. 
personnel of, 8. xxvii, xxviii. 
proposed. 1. 44-45. 
provision for expenses. 28. 517. 
reasons for silence of. 10. 174. 
report on. 7. 447-448; on expenses 

of desired. 7. 449-450. 
results of compliance on part of, 

10. 401-402. 
should be suspended, 10. 86. 
strengthening of considered, 10. 

402-404. 
summary of that organized by Prov. 

Cong.. 10. 370. 
temporary com. to form. 10. 552. 

579; form proposed. 10. 1037. 
Tryon on character of, 7. 472-491, 

498-499. 
under the Proprietors. 4. 1200. 
view of. 6. xlli; in N. C. 10. xxii. 
Washington on form and character 

of. 16. 813-823. 
Governor, Mr., 16. 338. 
Governor (and Governors of North 

Carolina), 1. 530; 22. 259. 316. 

476. 477. 479, 483, 503, 506. 532, 

533. 561. 722, 727; 24. 11, 186. 215. 

219. 224, 255, 257, 262, 275, 323. 

331. 332, 341. 342, 343. 350. 354. 

356. 357. 367. 370. 378, 380. 385. 

402, 403. 404, 405. 415. 418. 419. 

421. 423. 425. 426. 432. 433. 436. 

437. 442. 444. 448. 455, 456. 467. 



GOVERNOR 



1^3 



GOVERNOR 



475, 476, 477, 480, 481, 482, 483. 
496, 499, 509, 512, 522. 524. 545. 
546, 547, 552, 553, 554, 555, 557. 
558, 559, 560, 562. 5§5, 567, 580, 
586. 590, 599, 601, 604. 609. 625, 
630, 633, 638, 648, 650, 652, 653, 
654, 655, 656, 663, 664, 679. 680. 
683. 685, 710, 712. 713, 715, 718, 
721, 723, 724, 733, 737. 744, 749, 
758, 766, 783, 784. 785, 786, 788, 
789, 791, 802, 806. 808, 812. 814, 
815, 816, 817. 818, 820. 822, 823, 
888, 892, 893, 897, 900, 907, 908, 
952, 959, 967. 975; 26. 2, 4. 5, 10, 
23, 39, 43, 55, 65, 81, 94, 95, 119, 
121, 122, 139, 140, 152, 153. 154, 
•155, 156, 158, 159. 164, 165, 175, 
176. 177. 193, 198, 201, 202, 206, 
211, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 220, 
224, 234. 235, 236, 240, 241. 243, 
245, 246, 248. 252, 274, 285, 287, 
296, 298. 304, 306, 309, 310, 311, 
312, 319, 326, 327, 328, 329, 330, 
331, 332, 334, 336, 337, 338, 339, 
340, 341, 342, 343, 345, 346, 347, 
348, 349, 350, 351, 352, 353, 354, 
356, 357, 358, 359, 360, 361, 362. 
363, 364, 366, 367, 370, 371, 372, 
373, 374, 375. 378, 387, 389, 390, 
391, 392, 393, 394, 395, 396, 398, 
399, 401, 402, 405, 407, 415, 422, 
424, 430, 432, 433, 434, 435, 447. 
448. 450, 451, 452, 453, 454, 455, 
456, 457, 458, 459, 460, 462, 463, 
464, 466. 467, 468, 470, 471, 472. 
473, 474, 476, 477, 478, 479, 480, 
481, 482, 483, 484, 486, 487, 489, 
490, 491, 492, 494, 495, 496, 497, 
498, 499, 500, 501, 503, 504, 505, 
506, 509, 510, 511, 513, 514, 515, 
516, 518, 519, 519a, 519d, 519^. 520, 
621. 
a part of the Assembly, 8. 478. 
act for him to buy tobacco, 24. 407- 
8; on fees of, 28. 83, 276, 860-1; 
26. 196, 197, 198, 220; on his ap- 
pointment of officers, 26. 198; on 
salary, 24. 5-6, 163-164, 188, 259, 
326-7, 406-7, 444-5, 501, 648, 668. 
709. 796, 957; 26. 120-1; repealed. 
18. 472; to vest lands in. 28. 708- 
711; to vest powers of govern- 
ment in, 24. 379-80. 
addresses to and from Assembly, 
12. 4-5, 76-77, 117, 119, 120, 123- 
124, 156-157, 174, 175, 208, 267. 268, 
271, 272, 274-275, 277-278, 281-282, 
284, 299, 300, 318, 339, 340-341, 342, 



348, 378. 384, 393, 416-417. 562, 
556, 558-560, 564, 569-570, 572, 577, 
578, 600, 608-609, 626-627, 634, 659, 
661-664, 665, 668-669, 670, 677, 681- 
682, 683-684, 700, 707-708, 712, 717- 
718, 720, 728, 742-743, 765, 774, 
817, 819-821, 823, 825, 827, 831, 
832-833; 18. 533, 626, 628-630, 737, 
740, 767, 789, 791-793, 796, 826, 
914, 916-917, 918; 14. 24, 77; 18. 
5-19, 20, 23, 25, 26, 29, 30-31, 34, 
35, 40-43, 48, 54, 68, 77, 78, 91, 
98, 111, 114-115, 120, 121, 122, 123, 
125, 133, 140, 150, 164, 171; 19. 
3, 4, 6, 8, 11, 12, 16. 19, 20, 27-29, 
42, 43, 47, 61, 74, 76, 80, 83, 84, 
91, 94, 99, 100, 105, 116, 118, 123, 
131, 132, 135, 137, 138, 140, 141, 
142, 147, 149, 151, 158, 161-162, 
166, 171, 175, 184, 208, 218, 219, 
223, 224, 228, 229, 231, 236, 237, 
240-243, 244, 245-246, 248, 250, 252, 
253, 254, 257, 258, 262, 265, 266, 
268, 276, 280, 281, 284, 285, 287, 
293, 302, 305, 306, 336-337, 338, 
347, 351, 352, 354, 357, 360-361. 364. 
402, 406. 407, 408, 412, 418, 422, 
426, 429, 432, 433, 434, 439, 444, 
451, 458, 466. 488, 491, 492. 493, 
494-499, 501-502, 505-506, 508, 512, 
515, 517, 522-523. 524. 530-531, 534. 
536, 537, 539-540, 541, 548, 549, 564, 
565, 574, 575, 577, 586, 589-590, 
593, 598-599, 606, 608, 618-619, 622, 
630. 631, 635, 663, 665-666, 670, 674, 
677. 679, 680, 681, 692, 699, 701, 
704. 723, 724-727. 730-731, 733, 734, 
739, 740, 741, 745-747, 748, 749, 
750-751, 754, 755, 758, 765-766, 769. 
770, 774, 775, 779, 792, 802, 806, 
809, 816; 20. 3. 4, 6, 7. 13, 15, 
16, 20, 25, 26, 27, 30, 31, 38. 41, 
42, 47, 48. 50, 62, 68, 80, 86, 95, 
115, 122, 128-130, 135. 136. 144- 
145, 146, 150, 151, 152, 158, 208, 
218-219. 220, 228, 240, 243, 244, 
246-247, 250-251, 253, 254, 262, 264- 
265. 266, 267, 269, 274, 276, 278, 

279, 280, 303, 312, 318, 327, 338, 
393, 408, 409, 410, 425. 432, 433, 
437, 444, 445, 451, 457, 458-459, 
462, 466, 470, 472, 477-478, 483, 484, 
485, 489, 493, 496; 21. 5, 10-12, 
13. 18. 19. 20. 25, 26, 30, 41, 44, 
53-54, 56, 66, 69, 73. 84-85, 90, 111, 
202, 206, 227, 230. 250, 262-263, 265. 

280. 295. 311-313, 315, 317, 319, 426- 
429, 578, 594, 598, 612-613, 620, 644, 



GOVERNOR 



124 



GOVERNOR 



655, 656, 657, 660, 661, 697. 

allowance to sec'y, 17. 876. 

appointed by Gen. Assem. and pow- 
ers, 10. 1008. 1009, 1013. 

appointed independent of S. C, 1. 
750. 

asked for list of warrants, 17. 326. 

assumptions of power, 1. 540. 

authority encroached on by Board 
of War, 16. vii-viii; on calling 
Assembly, 18. 780-781. 

authorized to command troops in 
N. C. and appoint officers for, 12. 
99. 100. 

Barrow to on voyage to France, 11. 
358-359. 

bill for appointing, &c., 12. 41, 47; 
for salary to, 18. 747, 757, 760, 
793, 800, 801, 807, 811-813, 814, 
817; 19. 179, 183, 225, 301, 302, 
308, 349, 363, 417, 420, 421, 431- 
432, 464, 518, 521, 527, 748, 755, 
796, 827-828; 20. 592, 593; to as- 
certain salary of, 12. 75, 81, 82, 
83, 112; 18. 52, 55, 85, 88; 18. 
26. 55; to increase salary, 12. 241. 
250-251, 253-254, 433, 434. 440-442. 
592. 600, 601. 613. 653. 703. 705. 
716. 730, 732, 754, 776, 786, 793; 
to repeal act on salary, 12. 831, 
833, 853; to ascertain fees of pri- 
vate secretory, 18. 90, 92, 95, 120, 
124, 152-153; to buy arms with to- 
bacco, 17. 846, 850, 858, 864, 941. 
946. 949. 957. 964, 965, 968; to ex- 
tend powers of, 17. 865. 867-868. 
959; to invest gov't in. 17. 847. 
942; to regulate fees of sec'y, 19. 
58, 81. 113. 

cannot be tried in the province. 8. 
389, 391; vote as a councillor, 2. 
558. 

Caswell reelected governor, 18. 
402; to Gen. Assem. on his re- 
election, 18. 99-100. 

circular to on delegates to Cont. 
Cong., 9. 1108; on embargo on 
com and privateers, 6. 756-757; 
on enlistments for French war, 6. 
330; insult by governor of Buenos 
Ayres, 8. 229-230; on limiting 
trade of N. E., 9. 1186; on rela- 
tions of Parlt. and colonies, 9. 
1138-1140; on resolutions of House 
of Commons, 9. 1137. 

commission and instructions to 
Johnson, 1. 554-557. 

commissions attorneys, 7. 843. 



committee on accounts of, 19. 138, 
139, 143, 146, 174. 178. 196. 251-252, 
261-262, 271, 291, 300, 324, 340; on 
address of, 17. 276, 281, 283, 285, 

286, 288.*292, 306, 307-308, 309, 311- 
312, 320, 323, 328, 331, 356. 

conferences with Council of Stote, 

19. 855-878. 
correspondence to be sent to Eng., 

7. 267; to be kept up with, 6. 37. 
counties named for, 4. iv. 
cramped authority of, 18. v. 
Dartmouth to on use of ships of war, 

10. 242. 
Deputy's office for sale, 1. 768. 
determines value of currency, 4. 

1148. 
duties in matter of trade and navi- 
gation laws, 1. 496-497-498. 501- 

504. 
ecclesiastical rights reserved to, 6. 

1137. 
elected by Assembly. 12. 562. 569- 

570, 577, 667, 669, 670, 674, 676, 

677, 681-682. 683-684; 18. 737. 738. 

788, 789; 18. 35, 37, 38, 39. 40; 

17, 310. 311. 318. 330. 798, 803, 804, 
809, 810, 811, 813. 885. 888, 8»1, 
892, 894. 896. 897; 18. 77. 78. 101. 
105. 125, 143, 307, 312, 336. 337. 348. 
352. 366-367, 369-370; 19. 15,16,17, 

18, 22, 24, 27-30, 136, 150, 152, 156, 
169-171, 244245. 265, 269, 276, 409. 
420, 422. 436. 460, 462, 514, 538, 
539, 540, 733, 752. 774, 806; 20. 
28, 29, 42, 48, 206. 207. 210. 218. 
225. 388, 389, 395. 401, 416, 490- 
491, 495, 500, 512. 518, 789-790; 21. 

19, 26. 37. 44, 50, 53-54. 61-62, 63, 
64, 215. 216. 232, 240, 243, 244, 
245, 249, 253, 254, 255, 280, 282, 

287, 302. 303. 305. 306. 311. 314, 
320, 321, 325, 326, 330. 331, 365, 
373, 374, 383, 385. 585. 587. 596, 
600, 603, 604, 605, 608, 609, 612, 
614, 616, 630, 631, 632, 647, 648, 
651, 652, 653. 661. 664. 669. 689. 
691, 698, 700, 701, 703. 704, 749, 
772, 773, 777, 783, 840. 842, 844, 
845, 927, 934. 942. 943. 1016, 1018, 
1022. 1023. 

election by Legislature proposed. 

10. 870c, 87071 ; qualifications and 

powers. 28. 981-2. 
empowered to grant warrants on 

treasury. 17. 325. 
enquiry if he had token oath, 1. 

506, 509. 



GOVERNOR 



125 



GOVERNOR 



exacts illegal fees, 6. xix. 

fees, 8. 160; 4. 189-190, 207; 6. 97; 
B. 271-272; for land grants, 4. 
1128; of private secretary, 28. 
861; 24. 445; finds right to As- 
sembly troublesome, 26. v. 

form of oath taken, 1. 227-228. 

gifts to forbidden, 6. 240. 

given power to prorogue and call 
Assembly, &c., 24. 164, 188, 327. 

Hasell acting, 8. 626; 9. 4. 

history of act for defraying charges 
of, 8. 176. 

impeached by Assembly, 8. xlii. 

impeachment of provided, 28. 982. 

Indian name for, 7. 219. 

instructions to, 1. 844-846; 4. 587; 
6. 565, 591-592; 8. 137-142; 7. 227- 
229, 231; to Burrington, 8. 66-73, 
90-118; to Dobbs, 6. 1103-1144; 8. 
524-532; to Johnston, see instruc- 
tions to Burrington, 8. 90-118; to 
Martin, 8. 512, 513-516; compared 
with those to Tryon, 8. 512; on 
Assembly, 8. 655-656; on boun- 
dary question, 1. 641; on council 
read, 8. 82-83; on lands, 11. 243- 
244; on laws on naturalization, di- 
vorce and lands, 1 1 . 242-43 ; on lot- 
tery acts, 1 1 . 228 ; on. passing and 
repealing laws, 9. 856-857; on riot 
act, 11. 240-241; on suspending 
execution in case of appeal, 2. 
637; on treason, 1. 345; quoted, 
8. 251-252. 254; to Tynte, 1. 704- 
707. 

Judicial powers, 1. 375-376. 

kept in power of Assemblies, 6. 644. 

lack of support for, 1. 547. 

laws limiting power of, 8. 15. 

letter to on Va. boundary, 1. 647- 
648. 

list of, Archdale, 1. 389-390; Bur- 
rington, 2. ix, 480-482; Gary, 1. 
629; Eden, 1. 967; 2. 50-51; Ever- 
ard, 2. ix, 559; Oibbs. 1. xxiv; 
Harvey, (Thos.), 1. 405; Hyde, 1. 
733, 750, 773, 776, 799-800, 841, 
842; Inglesby, 1. 528; Ludwell, 1. 
360-361. 373; Martin, 8. 15. 16; 
Pollock, 1. 869; Sothell, 1. 339; 
Tynte, 1. 694-696, 776; Wilkinson, 
1. 333-338. 

made separate from S. C, 1. xxxi. 

may appoint 7 members of council, 
8. 92; fill vacancies on bench, 26. 
435; issue land grants, 4. 713; 



march out of State with militia, 
24. 129. 

messages to and from Assem.. Com. 
on, instructions to, &c., 20. 504, 
505, 506, 512, 521. 528, 529. 536. 
537, 551, 552, 553, 558, 570, 572, 
583, 588. 591, 596. See also Ad- 
dresses. 

method of choice prescribed, 1. 790; 
of deposing, 1. 374; of succession, 
1. 379. 

no offices at disposal of, 11. 726. 

needs secretary and expenses of, 
22. 1042-3. 

nomination and election of by As- 
sembly, 12. 24-25. 27, 30, 32, 33. 

not allowed by act of Trade and N.. 
1. 530-531; to trade for them- 
selves or as factors, 2. 481, 482. 

not generally qualified, 1. 540. 

not to leave his post, 8. 99. 

not to receive gifts, 6. 1115; from 
Assem.. 7. 228, 357-358; 9. 202. 

not to march out of state, 22. 936. 

notification to on boundary, 1. 645-6. 

office magnified, 19. iv. 

official papers to be preserved, 24. 
951. 

opposes Epis. church, 1. 602. 

order of succession, 1. 337; 6. 1143; 
in case of death, 8. 73, 99, 100. 

ordinance on succession in office of, 

. 10. 991-992; fixing succession in 
office, 28. 989; for gov. to require 
oath of allegiance, 28. 985-6; to 
appoint, 28. 986. 

pardon of not recognized by Judges, 
26. 39. 

payments to be made to, 12. 211; 
by Treasurers, 12. 387, 389. 

Pitt to on offences against Spain, 
6. 785. 

Porter's opinion on his right to ap- 
point councillors, 8. 196-197. 

powers, 1. 361, 362-363, 367-368, 374- 
380, 381-384, 555-556, 695-696, 705- 
706; 8. 67-73; 4. 1142; 8. 526; 16. 
2; and fees, 7. 472, 475, 483; lim- 
ited by constitution, 18. 31 ; of ap- 
pointments, 1. 376; of veto and 
prorogation, 8. xiii, 69; over coun- 
cil, 8. 91-93; to grant land limited, 
9. 632-3, 666, 667; to ratify laws, 8. 
146; transferred to Board of War, 
17. 718-720, 732, 740-741, 881-2. 

private secretary to receive fees of, 
12. 97-98. 



GOVERNOR 



126 GOV'RS OF N. AMERICA 



proprietor acts, 1. 510. 

protest against by Assem., 2. 576- 
578; against Burrington, 8. 121- 
124. 

remarks on instructions to, 8. 495- 
496. 

remissness in enforcing navigation 
acts, 1. 465-466. 

report on instructions to. 8. 558- 
561; on office of, 7. 447; on war- 
rants issued by, 17. 334-335. 

required to report their accounts, 
20. 39, 105, 109. 

resisted and Imprisoned in N. C, 
1. 798. 

Rice and Rowan acting, 6. iil, 17-18. 

right of presentation goes to when 
vestry fails, 26. 303. 

rise of use of term, 1. xxiv. 

Robinson to on appointment of Shir- 
ley, 6. 420. 

salary, 2. 170, 450; 8. 30; 6. 20; 
10. 1013; cut off by restraints on 
granting lands, 9. 818-819; raised, 
18. 604-605, 618, 649, 684, 690, 732, 
734- 734a, 740; to be reduced, 17. 
138; of private sec'y and duties, 
24. 445. 501, 669, 709. 796. 

should be sole chancellor of court 
of chancery, 8. 280. 

suits against to be brought in Eng- 
land, 8. 378. 

title of, 10. 1013. 

to appoint J. P.'s, 10. 1011; 28. 884, 
983; judges, 28. 872, 873; sheriffs, 
28. 713. 

to attend Assembly, 22. 668. 

to be a fit person to stop illegal 
trade, 1. 461. 

to be chosen by deputies, 2. 856. 

to conform to English customs 
when possible, 8. 93. 

to establish counties and fix their 
representation, 6. vi. 

to fill vacancies, 28. 982. 

to furnish blank commissions for 
troops. 12. 69-70, 74. 

to give bond to discharge trade and 
navigation laws, 2. xiii, 50-51. 

to issue commissions, letters testa- 
mentary, etc., 22. 907-8. 

to issue proclamation. 17. 875. 

to limit powers of Assembly,' 8. 93- 
94. 

to make deputy gov. for N. C. 1. 
381; special reports on condition 
of province, 8. 118. 



to report on paper currency, 17. 
323. 

to review army, suspend officers, 
&c., 12. 93, 107-108. 

to settle accounts of Chariol & De- 
Cottineau, 12. 813, 827, 828, 873- 
874, 878. 

to try pirates, 8. 117. 

vacancy in office of, how filled, 28. 
40. 
Governor Burke, privateer, 18. 520, 

521. 
Governor Dobbs's Tract No. 5, bill to 
make entries of, 18. 566, 578, 583, 
598, 668, 681, 699, 703. 
Governor Dobbs's Survey, to be vested 

in John Hay, 17. 964. 
Governor of Albemarle, Berkeley to 
appoint, 1. 48-50. 

ceases to be so called, 1. xxiv. 

engross Indian trade, 1. 287. 

imprisoned, 1. 248-249, 282. 

instructions to John Harvey, 1. 235- 
239. 

list of, Carteret (Cartwright), 1. 
xvi, 183, 286; Durant, 1. 259; East- 
church, 1. 230, 232, 284; Harvey, 
1. 253. 283, 316, 327; Jenkins, 1. 
xvi-xvii, 259, 270-271, 327; Sothell, 
1. 283; Stephens appointed, 1. 
162; Wilkinson, 1. 328. 

powers and duties, 1. 50, 79, 80, 84- 
85, 162, 163-164, 173-174. 181-183; 
under P. C, 1. 236. 

salary provided for, 1. 185-186. 

Sothell sent out, 1. 288. 

to be appointed, 1. 56. 

to be paid by trade in furs, 1. 51, 
56. 

to give warrants of survey, 1. 52. 

to serve for 3 years, 1. 51. 

two to be appointed, 1. 49. 

visited by Pox, 1. 217-218. 
Governor of Cape Fear, methods of 
choosing, 1. 58. 

to be appointed by Proprietors, 1. 
44. 
Governor of Clarendon Co., instruc- 
tions and powers, 1. 95-97, 97-98. 
Governor of Franklin, appointed, pow- 
ers, etc., 22. 666. 667. 

oath taken by. 22. 649. 
Governors of North America, circular 
to on appointment of Saunders as 
commander in chief, 8. 8; on 
French war, 6. 144d-144^ 337-8. 

Pitt to on appointment of Aber- 



GOV'RS OF COLONIES 



127 



GRACE CHURCH 



cromby as general in chief, 6. 
791-792; on French war. 6. 744- 
745, 
Robinson to on expenses of French 
war, 6. 351-352. 
Governors of colonies, account of. 
character. &c., 2. 158-160-163. 
charges against. 1. 527. 
tyranny of, 2. 159-160-163. 
Governors of Plantations, circular let- 
ter to on establishing Bd. T. and 
F. P., 1. 223-224. 
to make reports. 1. 224. 
Governors of Proprietary colonies, 
character and powers. 1. 466, 469- 
470. 
Governors of South Carolina, Johnson, 
2. 282. 
salary. 2. 196. 

Teamans appointed, 1. 209-210, 212- 
213. 
Governors of Southern Provinces, Pitt 

to on French war, 6. 743-744. 
Governor's House, act to build. 26. 

373-8. 
Governor's Island, 17. 18. 

Br. works in. 14. 213. 
Governor's palace, act for, 28. 664-5. 

711-13. 
Governorship, rival claimants for, 1. 

696-699. 
Govett, Wm., Caswell to on lottery 

tickets, 18. 111. 
Govey, Henry, witness to treaty, 18. 

515. 
Gowdey, Mr., trader of killed. 7. 866. 
Gowdy (Goudy), Wm., a J. P.. 28. 994. 
in Assembly, 18. 1, 45, 49, 50. 67 

127. 153. 156. 165. 167; 17. 722 
727. 755, 877, 878, 936, 947, S48 
953, 963; 18. 2. 3, 24. 43, 52. 59 
61, 69, 90, 96, 135, 136. 154. 156 
161, 185; 18. 384, 388, 390, 391 
396, 397, 398; 20. 119, 121, 124 

128, 133, 147, 149, 155, 165. 166 
167, 173. 180, 205. 214. 216. 224 
229. 238, 239, 240. 246, 249, 253 
254. 275. 285, 287, 288, 306. 314 
331. 344. 345. 350, 387, 400, 479 
482, 500. 536. 541, 547. 571; 21 
2. 3. 6. 7. 8, 32. 35. 47. 52. 59 
66, 68. 74. 77, 84, 93. 104, 109, 115 
121, 129, 130, 133, 154, 160, 168 
179. 189. 198, 204, 214. 235, 264 
274. 300. 334. 581. 584, 592, 597 
598. 625, 644, 667, 671, 679, 680 
694, 696. 697. 726. 



in Conv. 1788, 22. 2, 5, 25, 27, 30, 31. 

in Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 46, 49. 

in C. of S., 21. 778, 818, 819, 935, 

987. 991. 
on com. of Assem.. 17. 819, 903; 18. 

9, 28, 47, 52, 237, 262. 285. 286. 
petitions for Fields, 10. 803-804. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 244. 
Gowen. See Go win. 
Gowen, Abel, Jr., act for land to, 24. 

629-30. 
land grant to, 18. 572. 
Gowen, Abel, Sr., act for land to, 24. 

629-30. 
land grant to, 18. 572. 
Gowen, Alexander, petitions for divis- 
ion of Orange Co.. 8. 809. 
Gowen, Alexander, Sr., petitions for 

division of Orange Co., 8. 809. 
Gowen, Christ., juror, 4. 524. 
Gowen, Daniel, petitions for division 

of Orange Co., 8. 809. 
Gowen, Ed., in militia. 22. 372. 
Gowen, Emas, petitions for division 

of Orange Co.. 8. 809. 
Gowen, John, petitions for division of 

Orange Co.. 8. 809. 
Gowen, Jos., in militia. 22. 376. 
Gowen, Joseph, tried for theft. 2. 591. 

593-594. 595. 
Uowen, Michael, in militia. 22. 372. 
Gowen, Thos., in militia, 22. 372. 
Gowen, Wm., in militia, 22. 375. 
Gower, Abel, claims allowed, 8. 414. 

527. 528. 536; 22. 879. 
Gower, Russei, act for land to, 24. 

629-30. 
land grant to, 18. 572. 
Gowers, Jonathan, regulator, 8. 79. 
Gowers, Thomas, regulator, 8. 79. 
Gowln. See Gowen. 
Gowin, David, land grant to, 18. 572. 
Gowln, Jos., in militia, 22. 366. 
Gowin, Wm., in militia, 22. 365. 
Gowns, provided for door keeper and 

mace bearer of Assembly, 8. 960- 

961, 962-963; 8. 383, 384, 453, 461, 

468. 
Grabs, Gottfried, asks that Moravian 

settlement be put into Surry Co., 

8. 47-48. 
Grace, Henry, imported, 1. 651. 
Grace, Luke, imported, 1. 650. 
Grace, Wm., land grant to. 4. 274. 
Grace, slave, 17. 595. 
Grace church, history, 8. 744-745. 746, 

756. 



GRACE LUTH. CHURCH 128 



GRAHAM, JOHN 



Grace Lutheran Church, 8. 760. 
Graces, 2. 302. 

Gracey, Rob't, pensioner, 22. 66. 
.Gracie, Patrick, in militia, 22. 399. 
Graddy, Lawrence, army pay, 17. 215. 
Gradenhutten (Gnadenhutten), Pa., 

6. 11. 
Gradey, Wm., in militia, 22. 280. 

supplies from, 22. 277. 
Gradey, William, in militia, 22. 494. 
Grady, Reuben, petition on C. H., 9. 

806-807. 
Grady, Wm., petition on C. H., 9. 806- 

808. 
Graeber, Rev. IHenry, pastor of Luth- 
eran churches, 8. 792. 
Grafr, John Michael, dies, 6. 1155,1156, 

made a bishop, 6. 1152. 
Graffins, Charles, land grant to, 4. 

332. 
Graft, Anty., army rank, 18. 1070. 
Grafton, Dulce of, at Privy Council, 11. 

212-215. 
Grafton, Maj., to Burke on stores, 22. 

614-15. 
Grafton, 7. 836. 
Grafton (parole), 22. 874. 
Grager, Thos., in militia, 22. 415. 
Gragg, Wm., pensioner, 22. 66. 
Graham. See Grayham. 

Graham, , 8. 563. 

Graham, , shipmaster, 8. 1143, 

1170. 

Graham, , taxable, 15. 191. 

Graham, Mr., lieut. gov. of Ga., 16. 

254; 17. 980, 988. 
Graham, Capt., 24. 450. 
Graham, Col., commands marksmen, 

12. 530. 
letter on Indians quoted, 11. 314. 
payment to troops in S. C. expedi- 
tion, 11. 273. 
Graham, Lt., dead, 16. 757. 
Graham, MaJ. (Br.), commands Br. on 

Congaree, 14. 517. 
corps broken up, 16. 260, 262. 
location, 16. 251. 
Graham, Alexander, court martialed, 

12. 514. 
Graham, Alexander, petitions for Mc- 

Dugal, 8. 683-685. 
Graham, Alex., on regulation of Cross 

Creek, 16. 209-211. 
Graham, Alex., to be executed, 12. 

535. 
Graham, Arthur, army pay, 17. 215. 
army rank, 18. 1070. 



deposition on Toryism of Moore, 16. 
688-690. 

Graham, Daniel, petitions for McDu- 
gal. 8. 683-684. 

Graham, Dugald, on . regulation of 
Cross Creek, 16. 209-211. 

Graham, Edwin, thanked, 18. 447. 

Graham, F., on confiscation act, 16. 
203-205. 

Graham, Faithful, 18. 303, 305. 
on S. C. of Bladen, 18. 24; of Wil- 
mington, 18. 15. 

Graham, Francis, army rank, 18. 1070. 

Graham, Francis, army rank, 18. 1070. 

Graham, Geo., 18. 969. 
ensign, 18. 187. 
in militia, 17. 1042. 
money from, 21. 1065. 
movements, .18. 973, 975, 990. 
petition for rejected, 17. 722. 
sheriff, 21. 1075. 

Graham, Geo., exempted, 8. 819. 

Graham, James, (son of Gen. Jos), 18. 
991. 

Graham, James, agrees to restitution 
of fees in Rowan, 8. 521-522, 534. 

Graham, James, asks pardon for Hun- 
ter, 8. 86-87. 

Graham, James, on S. C. of Pitt, 8. 
1240. 

Graham, James, pensioner, 22. 66. 

Graham, James, referee on fees, 8. 
521, 535. 

Graham (Grimes), James, regulator, 
8. 519. 

Graham, James, to be att'y gen., 1. 
464. 

Graham, James, Jr., petition against 
marriage act, 8. 623-624. 

Graham, James, 8r., petition against 
marriage act, 8. 623-624. 

Graham, John, allowance to, 12. 609. 
allowance to as quarter master, 18. 
902, 903, 910, 994. 

Graham, John, army pay, 17. 213. 
army rank, 18. 1069. 

Graham, Jno., army rank, 18. 1070. 
captain, 18. 320, 949. 

Graham, John, captain, 22. 114, 115. 

Graham, John, in Conv. 1788, 22. 26. 

Graham, John, juror, 22. 508. 

Graham, John, owes state, 21. 1071. 

Graham, John, pensioner, 22. 67. 

Graham, John, petition, 18. 61, 107, 
147, 293, 300, 365. 

Graham, John, petition against mar- 
riage act, 8. 623-624. 



GRAHAM, JOHN 



129 



GRAHAM, WM. A 



Graham, John, stray master, 10. 589. 
Graham, Joseph, 22. 134. 
affidavit considered, 17. 403-404. 
army pay, 17. 213. 
correspondence with Murphey on 
revolution, 18. iii, vi, 956, 967, 
968-988, 992, 993. 
in Assembly, 20. 476, 477, 478, 480, 
489, 491, 500, 503, 510, 514, 515, 



516, 519, 620, 523, 525. 527 
538, 543, 546, 547, 550, 554 



536, 
555, 



567, 572, 577, 581, 587, 597; 21. 5, 8, 
37, 49, 81, 90. 93, 116, 154, 184, 
230, 233, 268, 274, 299, 311, 324, 
327, 397, 405, 585, 593. 596, 598, 
606, 618, 623, 627, 628, 629, 634, 
643, 646. 647, 652, 653, 661, 665, 
666, 667, 670, 671, 679, 680, 685, 
694, 696, 697. 701, 709, 710, 714, 
717, 726, 727. 730, 732, 733, 736, 
737, 738, 746, 743, 746, 753, 754. 
757, 773, 774, 775, 781, 782, 783, 
784. 792, 794, 802, 806, 810, 812, 
814, 815, 816, 819, 822, 826, 833, 
838, 839, 844, 845, 846. 848. 852. 
860, 867, 868, 875, 884, 886, 887, 
891, 930, 932, 944, 958. 979, 980, 
982, 983, 984, 991, 993, 1022. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 2, 6. 26(?), 27, 

30. 32, 35. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 37. 47. 48. 
in militia. 17. 1042. 
pensioner. 22. 66. 
revolutionary services of, 19. 955- 

967; 22. 121-126. 
sheriff, 21. 1075. 
to Conner on revolution, 19. 989- 

991. 
trustee Univ., 25. 22. 
Graham, Malcolm, petitions for Mc- 

Dugal, 9. 683-684. 
Graham, Michael, petitions for Mc- 

Dugal, 9. 683-685. 
Graham, Murdock, petitions for Mc- 

Dugal, 8. 683-685. 
Graham, Peter, army pay, 17. 213. 

army rank, 18. 1069. 
Graham, Richard, land grant to, 4. 
950, 964. 
payment to, 6. 982. 
Graham, Richard, horse stolen, 22. 

504. 
Graham, Richard, juror. 22. 509. 
Graham, Richard, lieut.. 10. 622. 
Graham, Robert, has factory in New- 

bem. 9. 270. 
Graham, Robert, juror, 22. 508. 



Graham, Thoa., 11. 829. 

Graham, Thomaa, receives clothing, 

18. 619. 
Graham, Thomaa, voter, 16. 237. 
Graham, Will, petition, 28. 577. 
Graham (Gray ham), Wm., a J. P., 28. 

994. 
account of, 18. 456. 478. 485. 799. 

801. 827. 
and Gilbert's accounts. 18. 703-704. 
and Mecklenburg Declaration. 8. 

1263-1268. 

army pay, 17. 215. 
army rank, 18. 1067. 
attacks S. C. Tories, 15. 179. 
chm. Tryon S. C, 10. 296. 297, 298. 

423. 424. 440. 661; and Moore 

case. 15. 689. 
colonel. 10. 206. 532. 
commissioner to settle for salt. 12. 

652. 763; to correct accounts of. 

12. 141. 161-162. 307, 323-324, 333. 
committee to reexamine accounts of, 

18. 574, 609-610, 674, 678, 711, 724. 
in Assembly. 12. 596. 601. 622. 633. 

764. 797; 18. 532. 533. 549. 553. 

656. 624. 735, 756. 825. 827. 858. 

859, 871, 873. . 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 89, 166, 173, 915. 

924, 960. 
joins other troops. 14. 782. 
makes charges against Epey. 18. 

827-828. 
McLean dissents from com. in set- 
tlement of accounts of. 12. 214. 
on com. of Assembly. 12. 772. 831; 

18. 616. 733. 867, 960. 
on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 938, 948. 
on Tryon S. C, 10. 120, 162, 423; 

com. of secrecy, Ac, 10. 424. 
pensioner, 22. 67. 
petition, 21. 154. 
refuses to act in purchase of arms, 

12. 146. 
resigns as colonel, 17. 751. 
revolutionary services of. 22. 126- 

128. 
signs Tryon Asso.. 10. 162-168. 
surety for pay of troops, 15. 687. 

688. 
to pay for salt, 10. 999. 
Graham (Grayham), Wm., takes bribe, 

17. 667, 672. 
to Rutherford on Indian troubles, 

22. 778. 
Graham, Wm. A., extract from lecture 

of on expedition against Scovil- 



2—9 



GRAHAM AND WIGHT 



130 



GRANBERRY, CAPT. 



ites, 10. 340. 
revolutionary services of N. C, 
729-31. 
Graham and Wight, petition on ex- 
change rate of bills, 8. 16-17. 
Graham, N. C, 8. 740. 
Grahams, Johnston A Co., to send 

ammunition to Stuart, 10. 794. 
Grahams, George, land grant to, 4. 

353. 
Graham's, 14. 662. 
Graham*s Cavalry, 19. 969, 990. 
Grain, act to prevent exportation of, 
6. 23; 25. 255-6; to limit exporta- 
tion of, 28. 388. 
bill to prevent exportation, 5. 45, 

47, 48, 53, 65, 66, 67, 68, 76.. 
Dartmouth on embargo on, 9. 361. 
embargo on exportation, 9. 323-324, 

327-328; discussed, 9. 621. 
exportation allowed, 2. 572; 18. 566- 
567; forbidden, 2. 64-65, 183. 250, 
297; 4. 283; 5. 32-33; 7. 226-227; 
18. 519, 597; 22. 524-5, 939-40. 
scarce, 14. 332-333. 
tax in to be collected, 14. 389-390. 
640, 720, 737. 742; paid in, 14. 396, 
408, 421-422, 443, 458, 466, 470, 
477, 485. 
Qrainge. See Grange. 
Gralnge, George, a J. P.. 8. 1070. 
Gralnge, John, a J. P., 8. 1070. 
Grainger. See Granger. 

Grainger, , 18. 944, 946, 952. 

Grainger, , candidate, 17. 130. 

Grainger, Mr., 10. 787. 
Grainger, Mr., 18. 94. 
Grainger, Mr., sends for flag, 22. 537. 
Grainger, Mrs., 22. 538. 
Grainger, Capt., 18. 211. 
Grainger, MaJ., 18. 533, 535. 
Grainger, C, candidate for Gen. As- 
sembly, 18. 980. 
Grainger (Graingers, Granger), Caleb, 
act for him to build bridge, 28. 
384-385; 24. 462-3. 
asks recruiting expenses from As- 
sembly, 6. 255, 256. 
bad conduct of. 8. 282-283, 284. 
bill to build bridge. 4. 1320. 1322, 
1323, 1329, 1334, 1335, 1336, 1338, 
1339, 1348; 18. 66. 68, 75, 83, 90; 
18. 38, 39, 44-45, 58. 
buys lottery tickets, 11. 742. 
commands troops, 6. 794. 
company sent to N. Y., 5. xxvii; to 
S. C, 8. xxix. 



coms'r on building, 24. 520; on 
Clark claims, 24. 457, 525, 526; 
on pilotage, 28. 650. 
in Assembly, 4. 841, 1175, 1176; 8. 

131. 
in militia, 22. 306, 311, 385. 
land grant to, 4. 596. 
lieut. col. in troops for French war, 

6. xi. 
memorial in favor of Smith, 8. 58- 

60. 
on S. C. of Wilmington, 10. 69, 72, 

89, 141, 158, 159, 160, 262. 
payment to, 6. 798, 807, 968, 973. 
reports on nis expenses in N. Y. 

and S. C, 6. 799-800. 
resurvey to, 8. 635, 1083. 
sheriff, 4. 947. 
Grainger, Caleb, army record, 18. 474. 
captain, 10. 187. 
in Assem., 18. 1, 2, 3, 11, 15, 20, 31, 

510, 528, 608, 616. 
nom. for C. C, 18. 582. 
on com. of Assembly, 18. 21, 32, 

35, 48. 
petition, 18. 78, 79; considered, 18. 

116. 
taxable, 16. 191. 
voter, 16. 238. 
Grainger, Caleb, in militia, 22. 383, 

386. 
Grainger, Jas., on council of State, 

16. 417, 418. 
Grainger, John, lieut, 10. 187. 
Grainger, Joshua, in militia, 22. 384. 
Grainger, Joshua, proposed as com- 
missioner, 4. 483. 
rights proved, 4. 598. 
Grainger, Mary, taxable, 16. 191. 
Gralor, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 641. 
Grames, Thomas, regulator, 7. 735. 
Grammer, John, In militia, 22. 416. 
Grammond Hill, Conn., 8. xxxvlii. 
Grampus, sloop, 8. 545. 
Granad, Gosper, in militia, 22. 318. 
Granada, 8. 1098. 
Granadas, captured, 8. 838. 
Granade, Daniel, exempted, 7. 942. 
Granade, Ernest, in militia, 22. 392. 
Granade, John, enters caveat, 8. 1066. 

petitions for lands, 4. 954-956. 
Granade, Jos., in militia, 22. 392. 
Granaries, act to sell, 24. 626. 
bill to sell, 18. 599,609,613,659,701. 

Gran berry, , 8. 257. 

Granberry (-bury), Capt., roster of co., 
18. 1003, 1011, 1027, 1041, 1068, 



GRANBERRY, JNO. 



131 



GRANDY, CHARLES 



1073, 1089, 1101, 1110, 1123, 1128, 
1133, 1154, 1195. 
Cranberry, Jno., army rank, 16. 1063. 
rank settled, 11. 716. 
recommended for promotion, 11. 

716. 
recommends Wilson, 11. 717. 
witness, 11. 716. 
Cranberry (Qranbury, Granbery), Jo- 
8lah, 10. 496, 792; 19. 886. 
a J. P., 28. 993. 

in Prov. Cong., 10. 165, 167, 172. 
owns the Joseph, 16. 667. 
recommends Earle, 6. 241. 
road inspector, 24. 299. 
Cranberry, Thos., army rank, 1 6. 1063. 
Cranbery, John, lieut., 10. 517. 
Granbery, Sam'll, in militia, 22. 322. 
Cranbery (Cranbury, Cranberry), 
Thos., captain, 10. 517. 
court martial of sent to Caswell, 

18. 130-131. 
commission as captain, 11. 291. 
Dixon's certificate to, 11. 828. 
rank settled, 11. 716. 
recommended for promotion, 11. 

716. 
recommends Wilson, 11. 717. 
report on court martial of, 11. 790- 

794. 
to command company, 12. 486. 
Cranbray, Wm., on 8. C. of Pitt, 10. 

62, 99. 
Cranbury, Ceorge, captain, 10. 520. 
Cranbury, John, rank settled and 

elects Q. M.,16. 700. 
Cranbury, Joaeph, pays money to 

Jones, 11. 792. 
Cranbury, Jcslah, in militia, 22. 355. 
Cranbury, Thos., rank settled, 16. 700. 
Cranbury, Thos., 8r., 11. 791, 792. 793. 
Cranby, 8. C, 22. 152, 153. 
Cranby Fort, taken, 16. 465. 
Grand. See Grandy. 
Grand (Grandee), , entertains run- 
aways, 1. 514, 515. 
Grand, Mr., gets part of loan in Hol- 
land, 16. 765. 
letter of considered, 17. 177, 179, 
180. 
CraiSd Assembly of Albemarle, 1. 
xxxiii; 28. 2, 12; 26. Hi, v, 119, 
120, 121, 137, 138. 
See also General Assembly. 
Grand Banks of New Foundland, fish- 
ing on allowed, 16. 750-751, 758; 
17. 6, 7. 
Grand Cairo, 6. 567. 



Grand Council, 26. 141. 
organization and powers, 1. 196-197, 

198. 
power to fill vacancies, 1. 192-193. 
superseded by Assembly, 1. 333. 
under Fund. Constns and duties, 26. 
126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 135, 136. 
Grand Deed, cited against Burrington, 
8. 144, 150. 
See also Great Deed of Grant. 
Grand Jury, address to Dobbs men- 
tioned 6. 483; to King on the 
transfer and Burrington, 8. 134- 
136. 
Assembly complains of its charac- 
ter, 2. 613-614, 620. 
congratulates Dobbs on his arrival, 

6. 334-335. 
duties under F. C, 1. 198, 199; 26. 

130, 131. 
ill treated by Smith, 4. 21-22. 
indictments by, 2. 398-402. 
irregularities charged, 2. 360. 
list of, 1. 588; 2. 80, 98, 115. 261, 
265, 358, 364, 398, 408, 433, 442. 
463, 473, 508, 543, 552, 556, 585, 
591, 596, 646, 655, 666, 686, 704, 
712, 821. 830; 8. 53; 6. 166, 335. 
on Burrington, 8^ 142. 
powers should be enlarged, 6. 298. 
provided for, 26. 21. 
See also Jury. 
Grand Model, the, see Fundamental 

Constitutions. 
Cranday. See Grandy. 
Cranday, Solomon, in militia, 22. 349. 
Grandon, Richard, land grant to, 4. 

642. 
Grandy. See Grand, Granday, Grandys. 
Grandy, Lieut., resigns, 18. 69. 
Grandy, Absalom, in militia, 22. 346. 
Grandy, Ammon, appointed to sell 
horses, 18. 115. 
commissioner, 19. 76. 
Grandy, Caleb, co. coms*r, 24. 27. 
in Assembly, 12. 353, 368, 380, 399, 
430, 442; 18. 784, 914, 925, 966, 
979, 1000; 19. 375. 
major of militia, 14. 333. 
money from, 21. 1065. 
on com. of Assem., 18. 867, 958. 
owes state, 21. 1073. 
to Burke on flag of truce, 16. 498- 
499. 
Grandy, Caleb, in militia, 22. 346. 
Grandy, Caleb, juror, 4. 518. 
Grandy, Charles, a J. P., 28. 995. 
com. on petition of, 10. 937, 942. 



GRANDY, CHARLES 



132 



GRANT, JOHN, Jr. 



in Assembly, 21. 768, 871, 918, 919, 
927, 930, 937, 941, 946, 965, 980, 
989, 999. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 2. 4, 25, 27, 29, 32. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 36, 47, 48. 
sheriff, 21. 1073. 
Grandy, Charles, juror, 4. 518. 
Grandy, Chas., quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Grandy, Davis, on recruiting service, 

11. 595, 684. 

Grandy, Obdh., army rank, 16. 1066. 
Qrandy, Thos., a J. P., 4. 895. 
Grandy, Thos., in militia, 22. 346. 
Grandy, Thomas, Juror, 4. 518. 
Grandy River, explored, 1. 122, 138. 

See also Gironde. 
Grandys,' Thos., quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Grange. See Grainge. 
Grange, Hugh, messenger to council, 

1. 825. 
to prepare Indian expedition, 1. 822, 

823. 
Grange, Jas., in militia, 22. 306. 
Grange, James, land grant to, 4. 759. 
Grange, James, road coms*r, 28. 221. 
Grange, Jane, lands to be surveyed, 4. 

53. 
Grange, John, 28. 622. 
Grange, John, a J. P., 4. 4, 46, 347, 

951, 1041, 1243. 
congratulates Dobbs, 6. 334-335. 
in Assembly, 8. 113, 145, 303. 
lands to be surveyed, 4. 53. 
on com. of Assem., 8. 118. 
petitions on roads and ferries, 5. 

164-166. 
Grange, John, a J. P., 28. 992. 
Grange, Jno., in militia, 22. 280. 
Grange, Jno., in militia, 22. 306. 
Grange, John, lieut, 10. 287. 
Grange, 2. 480, 481. 
Granger. See Grainger. 

Granger, , sculptor, 8. 8. 

Granger, Mr., 5. 1210. 

Granger, Col., member of Co. K., 8. 

149. 
Granger, John, ensign, 10. 284. 
Granger, John, 8r., 24. 148. 
Granger, Joshua, land grant to, 4. 336. 
Granger, Mary, to Martin on wives 

and children of Tories, 18. 467- 

469. 
Granger, Sherrod, army pay, 17. 215. 
Granger Co., Tenn., 22. 106. 
GranJIms, James, secretary of Senate, 

12. 3. 

Granny's Quarter Creek, 17. 1031. 



Grant, Mr., 8. 1065, 1069. 

Grant, Capt., troops under, 16. 73. 

Grant, Col., runs away and saved by 

Virginians, 10. 156. 
Grant, Gen., killed at Germantown, 11. 
650, 659. 
wounded, 18. 262. 
Grant, Gov., 7. 112. 
furnishes presents for Indians, 7. 

282. 
negotiates with Creeks, 7. 232. 
on behavior of Creeks, 7. 240. 
Grant, Lt., dead, 16. 757. 
Grant, Lt. Col., on court martial, 18. 

431. 
Grant, Ma J., sent against Cherokees, 

6. li-liii, liv. 
Grant, Alexander, a J. P., 6. 996. 
land grant to, 4. 273, 342. 
slave of tried and paid for, 22. 842. 
Grant, Alexr., in militia, 22. 338. 
Grant, Arandall, army pay, 17. 214. 
Grant (Grants), Christopher, claims 

allowed. 8. 129, 207, 213, 220. 
Grant, Daniel, 6. 1214. 
Grant, Daniel, refuses to take oath, 

22. 179. 
Grant, Daniel, to superintend printing 

of bills, 24. 255. 
Grant, David, army rank, 18. 514; 18. 
1063. 
army pay, 17. 215. 
Grant, Elijah, army rank, 18. 1067. 
Grant, Ellsha, army pay, 17. 213. 

in army, 18. 528. 
Grant, Ephraim, army pay, 17. 213. 

army rank, 18. 1068. 
Grant, Gilbert, army pay, 17. 214. 
Grant, James, claims paid, 8. 1266; 
10. 437, 438, 439. 
messenger and door keeper to Coun- 
cil of Safety, 10. 620; to Wilming- 
ton S. C, 8. 1112, 1151, 1154; 10. 
15. 
payment to, 10. 631. 
to call for signing of test, 10. 427. 
Grant, James, exempted, 8. 495. 
Grant, James, in militia, 22. 496. 
Grant, James, in militia, 22. 497. 
Grant, James, petition against mar- 
riage act, 8. 623-624. 
Grant, John, army pay, 17. 214. 

army rank, 18. 1068. 
Grant, Jno., army rank, 18. 1071. 
Grant, John, land grant to, 4. 592. 
Grant, John, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Grant, John, Jr., felon, 22. 860. 



GlRANT, Patience 



1S8 GRANTS, CHRISTOPHlDR 



Grant, Patience, inquest on, 22. 826. 
Grant, Reuben, a J. P., 12. 99; 22. 
918; 28. 996. 
coms'r on navigation, 24. 693; pn 

school, 24. 634. 
in Assembly, 17. 284, 387, 391, 394, 
396, 406, 426; 18. 263; 267, 284, 
297, 312, 317, 338, 344, 346, 346, 
361, 366, 367, 361, 376, 412, 440, 
446, 468, 469, 470, 471; 20. 21; 
21. 2, 4, 47, 62, 66, 68, 74, 77, 109, 
116, 121, 130, 133, 164, 160, 168, 
179, 190. 
negro of tried, 18. 34, 263, 268, 298, 

303. 
on com. of Assem., 17. 288; 18. 46, 

126, 176, 351. 
pensioned, 18. 70, 279. 
resigns as lieut., 10. 620. 
sheriff, 21. 1076. 
tax collector, 18. 707. 
Grant, Richard James, petitions on 

roads and ferries, 8. 164-166. 
Grant, Robert, ensign, 10. 618. 
Grant, Simon, tried and executed, 22. 

842. 
Gran*^ Solomon, court martialed, 12.4 65 
Grant, Solomon, in militia, 22. 310. 
Grant, Solomon, in militia, 22. 339. 
Grant, Solomon, land grant to, 4. 342, 

800. 
Grant, Squire, wounded, 18. 609. 
Grant, Stephen, a J. P., 22. 918; 28. 
996. 
to take care of boats, 22. 913-14. 
Grant, Thos., ensign, 10. 518. 
Grant, Thos., resigns as lieut., 10. 668. 
Grant, Thos., sells horse, 18. 928. 
Grant, Thos., takes oath, 22. 177. 
Grant, Wm., army rank, 18. 1068. 
claims paid, 10. 29. 
In Davidson's Co., 14. 294. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 213. 
resigns as J. P., 18. 204, 332. 
voter, 16. 237. 
Grant, Wm., army pay, 17. 213. 

army rank, 18. 1066. 
Grant from Parliament, bill to direct 
application of, 6. 1022, 1023, 1025, 
1026. 1028, 1032, 1041, 1068, 1064, 
1070, 1071, 1073, 1075, 1087, 1095; 
to draw on, 8. 1103, 1111, 1136, 
1137, 1141, 1144, 1146-1148. 1172, 
1174, 1186, 1207, 1213, 1214, 1216, 
1216, 1217. 
charges against Dobbs on use of and 
answer, 8. 286-288. 



disposition of, 8. 2, 3, 4-6, 18, 37, 
38, 41, 46, 64, 67, 76, 87, 90, 93, 
99, 102-103, 112, 234, 804-305, 323, 
347, 396, 410, 449, 462, 472, 477, 
500, 694, 698, 699, 712, 714, 724- 
726, 804, 885. 887-888, 890, 928, 
940. 941, 959-960, 961-962, 963, 988, 
998, 1006, 1007, 1037, 1090, 1164a, 
1219. 

for French war, 8. ix. 

Heron and Palmer to receive, 8. 
1246. 1304, 1306, 1306. 

quarrel over disposition of, 8. x-xii. 

report on, 8. 1263, 1277. 

suit to be brought for recovery of, 7. 
622, 666, 667, 670. 

should be used to redeem paper, 8. 
928-929. 

to N. C, S. C. and Va. by Parlia- 
ment, 6. 869, 870, 872, 891, 926, 
933, 934, 964, 986. 
Grantliam, Lord, at Privy Council, 8. 

707, 723. 
Grantham, Edward, land grant to, 4. 

960. 
Grants, act for, 28. 292-296, 339. 

attorneys for McCuUoh grants, 8. 
532-536. 

cannot depend on size of family, 8. 
148. 

commissioner appointed, 4. 340-341. 

copies of to be sent to England, 8. 
103. 

form, 10. 1011; considered, 17. 353. 

in proportion to ability to cultivate, 
8. 101-102. 

made without King's consent ex- 
plained, 8. 149. 

of Proprietors questioned, 8. 126, 
127, 128. 

to be registered, 8. 168. 

to Crymble & Huey, instructions on, 
8. 660. 

to McCulloh, attorneys for, 8. 569- 
673. 

to run in name of State, 28. 983-4. 
Grant's Fountain Tavern, 8. 1248. 
Grant's Plantation, 4. 273. 
Grants to King, act for, 28. 121, 122, 
151-7, 161, 268-72. 332-41. 868-64, 
371-76, 392-98, 400, 401-2, 422-24, 
440. 475, 476. 483. 485. 603. 616-18. 
539-41; for printing laws, 28. 268- 
272, 332-341, 339. 

bill for, 6. 44, 62-63, 64. 

See also Aids to King. 
Grantz, Christopher, army pay, 17. 213. 



GRANVILLE, LADY 



134 GRANVILLE, JOHN, EARL 



Granville, Lady, signs terms of surren- 
der, 2. 384. 
Granville (Grenville?), will not return 

to power, 7. 517. 
Granville, Bevll, Gale on work of, 8. 
340-341. 

labors in N. C, 8. 339, 342. 

to Bishop of London, on his mission 
in N. C, 8. 341-342. 
Granville, John, Earl, 4. 1104, 1220, 
1312; 6. 145, 355, 414, 423, 424, 
643, 827; 8. 6, 7, 246, 247, 248, 
300. 606, 610, 719, 733, 779, 784, 
785, 789, 972, 979; 7. 858, 1003; 
10. 294; 11. 395; 21. 58, 59, 72, 
80, 124, 128, 140; 28. 300, 301, 
302, 303, 310, 311, 383, 390, 810, 
844, 906; 24. 172, 219, 286, 423, 
472, 572, 972; 26. 501, 509. 

act for collection of quit rents dis- 
cussed, 8. 68; 8. 991-992; on pay- 
ment of quit rents to, 28. 401; 
85. 304-9; to considered by Board 
of Trade, 6. 484, 487, 488; on reg- 
istering deeds from, 84. 912, 967- 
968; 25. 304-9. 

agency for discussed by Martin, 8. 
642-644. 

agent for, 4. 1239; attends Board of 
Trade on quit rent law, 5. 484, 
486, 487; complained of, 5. 548; 
denounced by Assembly, 5. lix; 
gives orders on land surveys, 5. 
4; not suspended from council, 8. 
244. 

agreement with McCuUoh on grants, 
8. 573-578. 

aids Germans, 8. 632. 

all lands set ofT in N. C, 5. Iv, 383; 
8. 778. 

amount of lands and effect on quit 
rents, 5. 101; of lands falling 
within boundary of, 8. 370; of 
McCuUoh's land included, 5. 104. 

and land grante, 84. 47-8, 214, 812. 

Assembly asks King to buy share of, 
8. 580. 

appoints agent in N. C, 8. 374; 
Child as agent, att'y and commis- 
sioner, 8. 29-32; Child as auditor 
of his province in N. C, 8. 21-22. 

Bacon agent for, 8. 248-249. 

benefits of quit rent bill extended 
to, 8. 671, 672. 

bill for collection of quit rents pro- 
posed, 8. 1175; for payment of 
quit rents to, 8. 243, 263, 264, 265, 



268, 270, 279, 281, 283, 284, 290, 
291, 292, 309, 310; for rent roll for, 
4. 979, 984; to confirm grants 
made by Child, 18. 544, 549, 623, 
641, 648, 671. 

Board of Trade to on county sur- 
veys, 8. 395. 

Bodley, agent of, suspended, 8. 310- 
312. 

books and papers to be preserved, 
18. 368. 

boundary line discussed, 8. 1050. 

Child's letter to Pownall on resur- 
veys mentioned, 5. 484. 

commissions attorneys, 8. 541-545; 
Bodley and Jones, 8. 545-546, 546- 
549. 

commissioners for survey of line, 4. 
799-800. 

com. to consider settlement of lands 
of, 8. 530. 

complaints against agents of, 5. 
1016-1017, 1042-1043, 1044. 

conduct of agents investigated, 4. 
1050, 1057, 1088-1094. 

copies of patents sent to, 7. 514. 

Corbin agent, 5. xix;'not in serv4ce 
of, 8. 217. 

death f, 12. 224. 

desires changes in quit rent law, 4. 
1099. 

difficulties coming from proprietor- 
ship, 8. 358-359; of collecting quit 
rents from tenants, 5. 815. 

Dinwiddle to on aesertion of N. C. 
troops in French war, 11. 122; on 
N. C. afTairs, 5. 445. 

disapproves granting of McCulloh's 
lands to others. 5. 778-779. 

disposition of lands of, 5. 358. 

disputes with McCulloh, 7. 14. 

Dobbs charged with granting lands 
within limits of, 5. 996, 997-998. 

expected to have Dobbs and Snaight 
expelled, 8. 269. 

extension of line discussed, 5. 823. 

extent and value of grant not 
known, 5. 20-21. 

fears of holders of grants from, 4. 
1100. 

fees higher than King's, 5. 645. 

franchise in lands of, 10. 211. 

frauds of agents, 5. 299. 

grants by, 8. 299; to includes Mc- 
Culloh grants and action on same, 
8. 571; to McCulloh, 5. 772, 773; 
within lines of, 8. 780; to Morav- 



GRANVILLE, JOHN, EARL 135 GRANVILLE, JOHN, LORD 



ians, «. ill, X, 4, 1163; within 
bounds of made void, 8. 339. 

heir of claims land in N. C, 17. 43; 
19. 505. 

includes McCulloh's land in his 
grant, 6. 79-80. 

Indians on lands of, 6. 616, 989. 

injured by Transylvania, 10. 246. 

Innes agent for, 5. xiii. 

instructions in regard to lands of, 
6. 1106, 1134. 

King should buy out claims of, 6. 
1025. 

land office of, 22. 951; in Edenton, 
4. 1116. 

lands of, 28. 769, 776; and S. C. 
boundary, 8. 561, 562; belonging 
to McCulloh's not disturbed, 8. 
168; cause trouble to Rec. Qen., 
82. 876; claimed by to be dis- 
posed of, 12. 273; exchanged, 4. 
1103; lie next to Va., 8. 1243-1244; 
not to be claimed by U. S., 18. 
889; opened for entry, 11. 810; 
should be bought by King, 8. 261, 
263; records of to be preserved, 
18. 230, 231, 269, 274, 279; to be 
recovered, 20. 269, 449, 457, 464; 
south of to go to S. C, 6. 762. 

letter of Dobbs sent to, 6. 481; to 
against Dobbs, 8. 258, 298, 299; 
to be sent to, 8. 413. 

Une of, 5. 48, 69; 7. 277, 825; ex- 
tended West, 4. 1146. 

map of lands of, 7. 861. 

Martin agent for, 8. 683, 694, 1088, 
1097. 

misconduct of agents to be inquired 
into, 5. Ivi-lvii. 

Moravians buy lands of, 6. 1145- 
1146. 

Moseley and Halton agents for, 4. 
1115, 1116. 

no agent since 1766, 8. 263. 

objections to quit rents bill from dis- 
trict of, 8. 524. 

office of mentioned, 20. 523, 565, 
571. 

opposes quit rent law, 6. 448, 449, 
450, 451, 455, 456-461; and regis- 
tration laws, 6. 415. 

pay for running line of, 6. 828-829; 
8. 649. 

Person a surveyor for, 8. xxlx. 

proc. against Henderson in name of, 
8. 1124. 

proposals of McCulloh to on lands 



and concessions on same, 8. 624- 

626. 
proposed tax on lands of, 8. 848. 
purchase of share of discussed, 8. 

267, 276, 308. 
quit rents due to, 6. 238. 
records of land office to be gathered 

and inventoried, 12. 439-440; re- 
fuses to Join in resurvey, 6. 339. 
regulators within bounds ot and 

cause, 8. 292-296. 
relation of district of to S. C, 7. 

879. 
removal of Tuscaroras of advan« 

tage to, 7. 431. 
rent roll for, 4. 1188. 
representation of district of in As- 
sembly, 8. 227. 
reserves rights in land, 6. Iv. 
results of division of land with on 

people, 4. 1217. 
reward for information on riots on 

lands of, 8. 94, 105-107, 113. 
rights of a source of discontent and 

value of same, 8. 49; injured by 

Transylvania, 10. 274; to pur 

chase from Indians questioned, 1 

1176. 
riot against, 8. 234. 
Rutherford to on his suspension, 8 

958-959. 
schemes on quit rents against, 8 

307, 308. 
size of estate in N. C, 6. Iv; 7. 157 
settlement of boundary needed, 8 

588. 
settlers on, 8. 739, 743. 
support of expected by Child, ( 

250; considered, 8. 280. 
survey of boundary mentioned, 4 

1107, 1108. 
takes whole share out of N. C, 1 

785. 
tenants of wish to hold of the crown, 

7. 157. 
Transylvania within bounds of, 10. 

323. 
trouble from land office of, 8. 195. 
trouble from setting oft share of, 8. 

ix. 
Tuscarora lease submitted to, 7. 

986, 990. 
Granville, John, Lord, 4. vi, xiii, 924. 
agents of, 4. 924, 925. 
charges for survey of boundary line, 

4. 698-700. 
grant of one-eighth of C. to, 4. 655- 



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GRANVILLE CO. 



663, 674 ; and release of one-eighth 

of C. to. 11. 79. 
law for rent roll to, 4. 972, 9S6, 987. 
line surveyed, 4. 1074; pay for run- 
ning line, 4. 803. 
quit renta due to, 4. 792, 798, 922, 

1088. 
share of C. mentioned, 4. 792; set 

ofF to, 4. z-xl. 
Qrftnviile, John, Lord, acts run in name 

of, 2. 863, 867, 914. 
commissions and Instructions to Gov 

Johnson, 1. 554-555. 
petition to from S. C, 2. 901-909, 

910-911. 
reception to Boon, 2. 919. 
requests the Lords to act on S. C. 

acts, 1. 635. 
signs S. C. acts, 1. 636. 
Granville, frigate, 4. 1119. 
Granville, Tenn., 22. 715. 
Granville Co., 4. 924, 1255; 6. x, Ix. 

1, 2, 3, 4, 151, 424, 523, 698, 835, 

853, 981, 1093; 8. 144, 481, 482. 

807, 808; 7. 90, 372, 476, 575, 583, 

835, 841; 8. Ix, xxli, xxvi, xxvii, 
xxvlll, xxlx, XXX, 26, 45, 85, 86, 
144, 241, 258, 259, 260, 309, 687; 

9. 89, 298, 328, 356, 405, 458, 461, 
516, 592, 686, 809, 878, 1082, 1123; 

10. xxxUi, 256, 304, 503, 524, 558, 
659, 560, 577, 700, 796, 843, 873, 
874, 917, 999; 11. 342, 426, 430, 
500, 635, 687; 12. v, 626, 721, 730; 

13. 52, 254, 278, 674, 690, 734r, 754, 
755, 807, 808, 811, 831, 834, 922; 

14. 29, 115, 121, 139, 195, 264, 265, 
380, 381, 397, 398, 403, 415, 420. 
430, 433, 438, 447, 455, 456, 460. 
464, 620, 777, 836; 16. 77, 447, 
453, 457, 461, 486, 549, 550, 564. 
565, 582, 599, 608, 612, 621, 625, 
636, 664, 711; 18. 35, 37, 76, 137, 
299, 496, 502, 526, 637, 1200; 17. 
340, 356, 360, 366, 403, 404, 416. 
417, 664, 676, 757, 758, 759, 869. 
968, 969; 18. 23, 49, 497, 751; 18. 

15. 46, 95, 320, 321, 516, 521, 584. 
686, 669, 672, 679, 700, 753, 855, 
869, 884; 20. 9, 53, 59, 67, 70, 72, 
76, 101, 110, 194, 346; 21. 287, 527, 
633, 767, 783, 805, 887, 918, 922, 
939, 966, 1046, 1067, 1070; 22. 103, 
128, 129, 131, 132, 154, 169, 170. 
173, 287, 442. 458, 495, 535, 558, 565. 
569, 585, 736, 756, 816, 830. 831, 834. 

836, 842, 844, 867, 858, 859, 860, 



861, 871, 926; 28. 255, 271, 273, 
373, 490, 496, 547, 663, 564, 675, 
618, 620, 633, 685, 692, 705, 723, 
814, 820, 830, 855, 874, 904, 912. 
946, 952, 991; 24. 24, 109, 177, 
227, 263, 264, 286, 294, 296, 424, 
759, 863; 26. 2, 83, 110, 111, 256. 

act for court. 24. 37-9, 50, 64, 161; 
26. 274-87, 437; for parish In, 26. 
298-304 ; for sheriff to collect taxes, 
28. 469; 26. 342-3; for tax, 26. 
472; for tax for puh. huilding, 28. 
285, 339; 24. 177, 461, 693; 26. 
93-4, 238, 239; for town, 24. 878- 
80; on jurors, 24. 82-4, 273-5; 26. 
422; on roads, 28. 449-51; on 
strays, 28. 777-9, 972; on time of 
court, 28. 484, 780-1; to add part 
of to Warren, 24. 866; to create, 
26. 236; to destroy vermin, 28. 
784-5, 914; wild animals, 24. 749- 
50; 26. 476. 510-11. 516-17; to di- 
vide, 28. 383-384, 390-391, 445-7, 
470, 622-7; 26. 256, 271; to es- 
tablish, 28. 249-250, 272, 285, 338, 
445-7; to he repealed, 6. 93, 117; 
repealed and to be reenacted, 6. 
406-407; to exempt from tax, 
236, 237; to fix boundaries, 
248, 250; to fix C. H., 28. 297-298, 
340; court, 26. 239; to fix time of 
Co. Ct.,24 717-18; 26. 288, 364, 
406; to sell glebe. 24. 863. 

asks for minister, 7. 790. 

Baptists in, 6. 1184. 

bill for collection of taxes, 6. 668, 
669, 670, 671, 686, 695, 701, 704, 
705, 708, 709, 712, 735; for fixing 
place of courts, 6. 1020, 1021, 1022, 
1023, 1036, 1053, 1056, 1069, 1060, 
1061, 1062, 1065, 1097; for school 
in, 12. 704; 18. 576, 580, 588, 598, 
679, 686, 699, 703, 756, 809-810, 
813. 866. 876, 902, 957, 959, 993; 
for tax and public buildings, 4. 
903, 904, 905, 906, 916; for town 
in, 18. 18, 26-27, 55, 121, 248, 253, 
256, 297, 302; on strays, 8. 100, 
325; 8. 842, 848, 852, 861, 894, 895. 
907, 910, 913, 914, 928, 1014; to 
add part to Warren, 18. 74-75, 104, 
112, 302, 326, 338, 340; to alter 
time of court, 6. 875, 876, 899, 900, 
901, 1005, 1008, 1010, 1011; to 
amend act to divide, 6. 41, 43, 
45, 46, 53, 56, 57, 59, 60. 63. 65. 66, 
76; to appoint treasurer, 4w 1322, 



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137 



GRANVILLE CO. 



1323, 1324, 1328, 1338, 1339, 1340, 
1342, 1343, 1348; to change time 
of ct. common pleas, 4. 1064; to 
destroy vermin in, 6. 931, 936, 
941, 947, 948, 953, 963; to divide, 
4. 1322, 1323, 1324, 1329, 1336, 
1337, 1338, 1339, 1348; 6. 1026, 
1027, 1029, 1030, 1036, 1071. 1072, 
1073, 1074, 1077, 1078, 1079; 8. 124, 
125, 126, 152, 155, 200; 6. 644, 647, 
648, 649, «60, 672, 675, 676, 677, 
678, 684, 750, 815, 819, 824, 847, 
866, 856, 866, 869, 870, 891, 892, 
912, 914, 921, 937, 942, 943, 946, 
1096, 1098, 1106. 1119. 1146, 1157- 
1158, 1162, 1163, 1178, 1179, 1190, 
1191; defeated, 6. 972; to release 
from certain taxes, 9. 116, 146, 
168; to remove court, B. 229, 230, 
248, 258, 260-261; to sell glebe, 
18. 23, 30, 44, 254, 269, 266, 268, 
277, 292; to repeal part of act 
enacting, 4. 859, 860, 862. 

bond of Edwards as clerk of pleas, 
8. 196. 

Burke to com'rs on provisions, 18. 
602. 

cases of tried at Edgecombe C. H., 
88. 253. 

census records of 1790 lost, 88. iv, 
1248. 

clergy in, 8% 222. 

climate, Q. 3. 

clothing for troops due from, 18. 
639, 748. 

court days, 88. 703, 704, 874, 885, 
932, 946, 990. 

court to be petitioned, 6. Ivii. 

created, 4. 1171. 

debts due to, 8. 280-281. 

dues from sheriffs, 8. 672. 

elections in, 8. 303; riots in, 8. 364, 
366-367, 368. 

franchise in, 10. 211. 

frauds in election in, 5. 243, 244, 
245. 

grain tax to be collected, 14. 390. 

Husband's address to on regulation, 
7. 89-90. 

in Hillsboro dist., 16. 377. 

Indian commissary for, 6. 835, 853, 
864; in, 6. xli, 321. 

Jail burned, 7. 845, 846. 

jurors in, 8. 72. 

J. P.'s f6r, 4. 813, 966; 6. 32. 493; 8. 
343, 1068; 7. 702; 8. 201; 8. 71; 
L 993-4. 



Justices of discussed, 6. 690-692. 

land holders of to vote, 28. 987. 

members from misbehave, 8. 401, 
405, 406. 

members in Assembly, 4. 839, 1291, 
1329, 1331; 8. 56, 193, 232, 521, 
536, 1110; 8. 77, 136, 138, 662, 801, 
896, 897, 898, 910, 1150; 7. 283, 
342; 8. 106, 303; 8. 139, 448, 734, 
874, 1188; 12. 1, 272, 549, 655, 656, 
657, 735, 818, 823; 18. 702, 735, 
784; 18. 1; 17. 266, 794, 877; 18. 
2, 226, 229; 18. 1, 129, 234, 244, 
400, 414, 717, 720, 730; 28. 2, 119, 
127, 301; 20. 476; 21. 2, 4, 193, 
729, 871. 

members in Conv. 1788 and *89, 22. 
2, 37. 

members in Prov. Cong., 8. 1036, 
1042, 1179; 10. 165, 600, 914. 

militia, 5. 575, 603; afTairs of, 82. 
694-5; Regulator campaign, 7. 718, 
722, 740, 741, 826. 827, 832, 834, 
836, 859, 887, 888, 889; 8. 688, 697, 
702, 707; 18. 840; 22. 469, 478, 
871, 873, 874; in 1771, 22. 160-7; 
ordered out, 22. 580; paid, 10. 
570; paid for service at Hillsboro, 
22. 485-92; returns. 22. 306, 307, 
313, 314, 366-80. 394-6; report, 6. 
162, 424,426; Sallis on, 5. 666-667. 

missionary tour in, 4. 924. 

new county out of, 8. 1036. 

number members in Assembly, 6. 88. 

oath of allegiance taken in, 22. 168- 
179. 

officers. 8. 298. 

organization of troops. 10. 207. 531; 
18. 147-148. 

owes state. 21. 1067. 1074. 

parishes in. 7. 640. 

payment to Jones. 6. 969. 

petition from, 18. 133; as to who 
are tythables, 8. 97-98; against 
trading with negroes, 8. 929; for 
new county from, 21. 816, 986. 
993; for relief from church tax. 
8. 95-7; for repeal of tax on free 
negroes, 8. 982-983; on intermar- 
riage, 6. 295; on passage of fish, 
8. 473; on trouble about ware- 
houses, 4. 1276. 

population, 18. 433. 

Presbyterians in. 6. 1193, 1194, 1213- 
1217. 

proceedings of in revolutionary mat- 
ters, 8. 1034-1036. 



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138 



GRASSE, COUNT DE 



linivlMloim ImpresBed, 18. 263. 

rtitsulutori in. 6. 79-80, 292-293; be- 
Kln In, 7. XX. 

riots In, 5. lix. 

m. John's parish divided, 88. 497-8. 

salt sent to, 10. 686; to be distrib- 
uted. 10. 690. 

school in, 6. 1219; incorporated, 14. 
iv. 

Searcy tax collector, 8. 573. 

sends troops to Hillsboro, 7. xxlii. 

sheriff, 8. 895. 

special ct. of o. and t. for, 8. 539- 
540. 

supreme ct. of held in Enfield, 6. 
260. 

tax in, 18. 706; 28. 869; to be re- 
duced, 21. 937. 

taxables in, 6. 575, 630; 7. 145. 283, 
289, 539, 540; in 1754, 6. 320; in 
1788, 28. 1248. 1265-1285. 

threatened by Tories. 15. 778. 

time for inferior ct., 7. 609, 647. 

tobacco from, 22. 601. 

treasurer for, 28. 378-380. 400. 

troops called out, 16. 549; to be 
raised, 18. 411; 14. 29; 24. 154. 

visited by Martin, 8. 349. 

wagon report wanted, 14. 393. 
Granville C. H., 6. 1205; 16. 578; 28. 

391; 26. 64. 
Granville District, 6. 3. 

a hindrance to prosperity, 6. liv- 
1x1. 

act on place for courts, 28. 490-2. 

clergy in, 7. 285. 

petition from on grievances, 6. Ivi- 
Ivii. 

purchase of discussed and report on, 

7. 513-514. 

quit rents of, 8. 261. 

recruiting officer for, 22. 928. 

survey of line mentioned, 7. 290. 

troubles over, 8. xi. 
Granville Fort, 6. 949, 977, 994; 8. 
283, 307, 607, 612. 

accounts of, 6. 965-966, 968, 972. 

allowance to garrison, 8. 93-94, 113. 

artillery needed for, 6. 891. 

bill for garrison, 6. 1025, 1027, 1028, 
1030, 1031, 1034, 1035, 1040, 1063, 
1073, 1075, 1076, 1077, 1079, 1084- 
1085, 1086; to continue garrison, 

8. 904, 958, 959; to finish, 6. 878. 
880, 888, 904, 906, 907, 910, 912, 
923. 

care needed, 8. 1090, 1154. 



committee to examine, 8. 108. 

cost, 7. XX. 

emissions for, 8. 213, 214. 

finances, 6. 797, 798. 

garrison for, 8. xiii, 806; considered, 

8. 1217-1218; discontinued, 8. 

1254; to be raised for, 8. 830-831, 

833; to put down republicanism, 

8. vi. 
guns for paid for, 8. 741-742, 744. 
money to finish, 8. 690. 
never finished, 7. 203. 
pay for, 6. 793; for troops in, 8. 

1148-1149, 1178, 1181, 1200, 1217. 
report on, 8. 615; on finances of, 8. 

204, 207; of com. to examine, 8. 

158,159, 160-161, 166, 170. 
resolution to garrison considered, 

8. 762-764. 
should be finished, 8. 4. 
See also Fort Granville. 
Granville Hall, bill to charter school, 

18. 576, 580, 588. 598, 679, 686, 

699, 703, 756, 809-810, 813, 866, 

876, 902, 957, 959, 993. 
incorporated, 14. iv. 
Granville Hall Academy, act to estab- 
lish, 24. 296-7. 
Granville old C. H., 22. 103. 
Granville Parish, 28. 547. 
created, 28. 497-8. 
division of requested, 8. 152. 
incumbent, 8. 222. 
made same as Granville Co., 28. 625. 
petitions to be relieved from church 

tax, 8. 95-97. 
report on, 7. 540. 
Granville Store, the, 8. 1164. 
Granville Survey, mentioned, 6. 993. 
Granville's line, mentioned, 7. 159. 
Crymble and Huey grants south of 

to be seized, 7. 140-141. 
expenses of running, 4. 807-811. 
instructions on, 8. 1054. 
should be extended, 7. 862-863. 
surveyed, 7. 107-108. 
Tryon's report on survey of, 7. 156- 

157. 
Grappen, John, indicted as regulator, 

8. 531. 
Grassaway, Ensign, court martialed, 

12. 510-511. 
Grasse, Count de, 18. 881. 
a prisoner (?), 18. 335. 
action with Rodney, 18. 692. 
in Chesapeake, 14. 231. 
skill praised, 18. 296. 



GRASSETT, WM. 



Id9 



GRAVES THOS. 



Grassett, Wm.p land grant to» 4. 804. 
Grassy Creek, B. 1204. 

requisition from, 8. 716. 
Grassy Creek church, 6. 1184. 

history, 5. 1183. 
Grassy Creek Presbyterian church, 5. 

1214. 
Grassy Islands, f6. 267. 
Graton, Col., field officer, 12. 616. 

on court martial, 12. 642. 

position of regt. in army, 12. 608. 
Gratton, Conn., defenses of, 17. 118. 
Graubunden (Grisons), 6. 764. 
Grauss, John, allowance to, 19. 397. 
Grave, (Grove?), W. B., thanked, 18. 
483. 

See also Grove, W. B. 
Gravely Hill, 83. 630. 
Gravelly Run, 8. 1079. 

Graves, , excused from militia 

duty, 14. 464. 

Graves (Grove), , in Assem., 20. 

479, 620, 634. 

See also Grove, W. B. 
Graves, Mr., 2. 387. 
Graves, Mr., 16. 362. 
Graves, Mr., paid for surveys, 8. 167. 
Groves, Mr., payment to, 6. 974. 
Graves, Mr., receives free advice from 

Va. on Tuscarora war, 1. 836. 
Graves, Admiral, 10. 266. 

arrives at N. Y., 15. 67. 

blockades French fleet, 14. 634. 

commands English fleet, 10. 67, 68. 

location, 14. 618, 663. 
Graves, Lieut., 18. 617. 

in N. C. battalion, 18. 343. 

on board of rearrangement, 18. 676. 

rank, 18. 664. 
Graves, Conrad, payments to, 22. 441, 

462. 
Graves, Ellja, pay to, 22. 486. 
Graves, Elijah, in militia, 22. 394. 
Graves, Elijah, paid for executed slave, 

18. 666. 
Graves, Francis, army rank, 18. 1066. 
Graves, Francis, army rank, 18. 1068. 

(3ont. lieut., 22. 1049. 

in N. C. battalion, 18. 343. 

officer, 18. 486. 

promoted, 17. 142. 

rank 18. 73, 677, 609. 
Graves, Henry, takes oath, 22. 173. 
Graves, Her\ry, Jr., does not take oath, 

28. 173. 
Graves, Jacob, to be pardoned, 18. 
260, 263. 



Graves, James, a J. P., 4. 346. 
Graves, Jas., in militia, 22. 318. 
Graves, James, petitions for divisions 

of Orange co., 8. 809. 
Graves, Jas. Boomer, Caswell to on 
duties as consul, 17. 604, 666. 
consul from Holland, 17. 481-482, 
603, 604. 
Graves, John, in Assem., 21. 1, 3, 47, 
62, 66, 68, 74, 77, 116, 121, 130, 
133, 164, 160, 168, 179, 189, 279, 
871, 874. 927. 930, 937, 966, 969, 
970, 980, 997, 999, 1003, 1012, 1015, 
1021, 1031, 1032, 1060, .1065. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 2, 7, 26, 28, 30, 32. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 36, 46, 49. 
prisoner, 17. 1046. 
receives clothing, 18. 619. 
Graves, John, regulator, 7. 734. 
Graves, John, Jr., petitions for divis- 
ion of Orange co., 8. 809. 
Graves, John W., refuses to take oath, 

22. 177. 
Graves, John Wms., in militia, 22. 162. 
Graves, Jonathan, takes oath, 22. 176. 
Graves, Richard, a justice of general 
court, 2. 572. 
a J. P., 2. 626. 

asks for escheated lands, 2. 71. 
in Assem., 2. 611, 624; 25. 169. 
presents address, 2. 628. 
to make rent roll, 2. 36. 
town trustee, 25. 204. 
treasurer, 2. 275; 25. 164. 
vestryman, 2. 209; ^8. 8. 
Graves, Rich'd, bill to dock entails of, 
8. 333. 
land grants to, 4. 893; to be resur- 
veyed, 4. 221. 
Graves, Rich'd, pensioner 22. 67. 
Graves, Richard, to lay out road and 

overseer, 28. 98. 
Graves, Robert, ship master, 82. 262. 
Graves, Stephen, letter to laid before 

Assembly, 12. 4. 
Graves, Swift, executed, 18. 555, 558. 
Graves, Thos., a J. P., 4. 963. 
asks resurvey, 8. 811. 
in Assembly, 8. 352, 362, 382, 427, 
470, 476, 652, 663, 661, 662, 688, 
800, 801, 832. 
land grant to, 4. 335, 711, 862, 886; 

5. 657; 8. 342-343. 
on com. of Assem., 8. 805, 817. 
recommends Read, 8. 230. 
Graves, Thos., resurvey granted, 4. 
360, 602, 893. 



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140 



GRAY, JObN 



Graves, Thos., building coms'r, 

401. 

Graves, Thos., in militia, 22. 316, 317. 

Graves, Thos., land of should be 

bought, 10. 994-995; to be bought, 

11. 387. 

Graves, Thos., report on company of, 

22. 323-5. 
Graves, Wm., asks relief from church 
tax. 9. 95-96. 
claim, 9. 486. 

in Assembly, 9. 447, 448, 481. 587. 
in Indian war, 10. 753. 
land of should be bought, 10. 994- 

995; to be' bought, 11. 387. 
on com. of Assembly, 9. 451. 
on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 38, 62. 
Graves, Wm., does not take oath. 22. 

173. 
Graves, Wm., juror. 7. 842. 
Graves (Greaves), Wm., petition of. 
18. 18, 108, 128, 187, 247, 248, 349- 
350, 414. 427. 
Graves, William, prisoner, 17. 1045. 
Graves (Greff) family, 8. 734. 
Graves Lutheran Church, 8. 776. 
Gravesend, 1. 975. 
Graw, J no. M., in militia, 22. 323. 
Gray. See Grey. 
Gray, Mr., 2. 273. 
Gray, Mr., 10. 468, 1031. 
Gray, Mr., 14. 26, 27, 81, 159. 
Gray, Col., escapes regulators, 8. 242. 

payment to, 9. 649. 
Gray, Coi., (Br.), 18. 326; 14. 733; 

22. 229. 
Gray, Gen., makes successful raid, 18. 
236. 
wounded, 18. 262. 
Gray, Lt. Col., boldness of, 14. 652. 
Gray, Maj., 12. 523. 
Gray, Alexander, buys at Martin sale, 

22. 882, 885, 888, 889. 
Gray, Alex., witness, 8. 981. 
Gray, Andrew, exempted, 8. 453. 
Gray, Archibald, army pay, 17. 213. 

in army, 16. 735; 18. 1196. 
Gray, Caleb, in militia, 22. 346. 
Gray, Cocks, army rank, 18. 1068. 
Gray, Cox, army rank, 18. 1070. 
Gray, Daniel, 8. 1232. 
Gray. Donald, parole of, 14. 718. 
Gray, Ethelred, in Assem., 18. 383, 
389; 22. 475, 476, 514, 516. 523, 
536, 543, 544, 546, 547, 550, 554. 
555, 587; 21. 198, 216, 255, 582, 
583, 615. 



in Conv. 1788, 22. 2. 5, 7, 25, 28, 30, 

31. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 37. 
on com. of Assembly, 17. 727, 765. 
Gray, G., in Assem., 28. 567. 
Gray, George, 8. 59. 
Gray, Geo., warrant to, 18. 641. 
Gray, Griffin, in mUitla, 22. 346, 347. 
Gray, Griffith, juror, 4. 518. 
Gray, Henry, army rank, 18. 1068. 
Gray, Henry, army rank, 18. 1069. 
Gray, Henry, juror, 4. 525. 
Gray, Hugh, in militia, 22. 340. 
Gray, 1., letter mentioned, 17. 274. 
Gray, Isom, army rank, 18. 1068. 
Gray, Jacob, exempted, 8. 110. 
Gray, James, enlists, 22. 445. 
Gray, James, in army, 15. 722; 18. 

1067. 
Gray, Jas., major, 28. 273, 461. 
Gray, James, memorial as guardian, 
18. 37, 98, 177-178, 270, 276, 323, 
• 333, 396-397, 411. 
Gray, James, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Gray, John, 7. 718. 
Gray, John, a J. P., 2. 526. 
asks for land, 2. 282, 772. 
buys, 1. 626. 

lapse patent to, 2. 564, 675. 
law suit, 1. 610. 
Gray. John, a J. P., 4. 46. 
claims, 4. 809, 810. 
Indian commissioner, 4. 224. 
land grant to, 4. 75, 221, 694, 601, 

628. 
makes survey, 4. 69. 
rights proved, 4. 598. 
Gray, John, a J. P., 5. 813. 
at council of war, 7. 842. 
captain of militia, 8. 365. 
Fanning to on regulators, 7. 706- 

707. 
in Assembly, 6. 877, 880, 883, 894, 
901, 902, 911, 912, 913, 915, 921, 
1020, 1025, 1028, 1034, 1047, 1054, 
1069, 1075, 1084, 1086; 8. 122, 126, 
127, 132, 136, 146, 157, 158, 160, 
163, 170. 171, 175, 181, 188, 195, 
196. 
letters to and from mentioned, 7. 

721. 
on com. of Assem., 5. 1043. 
pay to for work on Granville boun- 
dary survey, 6. 828. 
petitions on need of money, 7. 866- 

867. 
quoted on regulators, 7. 710, 714. 



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141 



GRAY THOS. 



sells land to Lithgow, 4. 1111. 
-to be colonel, 6. 163. 
to Fanning on regulators in Hills- 
boro, 7. 705-706. 
Gray, John, and Martinique debt, 21. 
146. 
arrears of salary due to, 9. 654. 
Caswell to on Bridgen, 18. 661-662. 
in Assembly, 8. 448. 449, 457, 493, 
588; 12. 185. 192, 193. 201. 219. 
252; 18. 624. 735, 736. 8^. 858, 
883. 894. 898; 17. 635, 653. 715; 
21. 193. 
on com. of Assem., 8. 450. 451; 18. 

742, 795. 
major. 14. 333; 22. 927. 
petition. 21. 244. 249, 298, 639. 
promoted to major, 11. 580. 
rank settled, 11. 716; and elects. 
16. 700. 
Gray, John, captain. 10. 517, 520, 626, 

facing 680. - 
Gray, John, court to be held at house 
of and building coms'r. 26. 271. 
Gray, John, imported. 1. 395. 
Gray, John, imported. 1. 568. 
Gray, Jno., in militia. 22. 311. 
Gray, Jno.. in militia. 22. 340. 
Gray, Jno., in militia, 22. 348, 349. 
Gray, John, juror, 4. 522. 
Gray, John, juror, 8. 72. 
Gray, John, quit rents of. 22. 241. 
Gray, John, quit rents of. 22. 241. 
Gray, John, quit rents of. 22. 249. 
Gray, John, recommended for col.. 22. 

334. 
Gray, John, vestryman. 28. 384. 
Gray, Jonathan, army pay, 17. 214. 
Gray, Joaeph, horseman. 16. 507. 
Gray, Joshua, in militia, 22. 346. 
Gray, M. Wm., army rank, 18. 1067. 
Gray, Nathan, deserter, 11. 742. 
Gray, Nath., in militia. 22. 352. 
Gray, Peter, account against. 1. 573. 
at court. 1. 389. 
imports persons. 1. 394. 
witness. 1. 399, 404, 563. 
Gray, Peter, juror. 26. 188. 
Gray, Peter, prisoner, 18. 672. 
Gray, Richard, juror, 4. 519. 
Gray, Rich., juror. 26. 187. 
Gray, Roger, sells land, 4. 1122. 
Gray, Samuel, army pay, 17. 213. 

army rank, 18. 1067. 
Gray (Grey), Sarah, petitions for land, 

1. 618. 
Gray, Scott, nom. for colonel. 21. 390, 
704. 



Gray, Simon, lieut. col.. 10. 531. 
Gray, Stephen, in militia. 22. 349. 
Gray, Stevens, executor of Liee and 

sued. 22. 627-9. 
Gray, Stevens, money from, 21. 1065; 

owes state, 21. 1068. 
Gray, Sylvanus. army pay, 17. 213. 
Gray, Tabitha, imported, 1. 395. 
Gray (Grey), Thos., and Martinique 
debt, 21. 252. 
building coms'r, 28. 925. 
Caswell to on provisions. 18. 322. 
commissioner on capital, 18. 752. 
in Assembly. 8. 106, 107, 288. 291, 
294. 298, 314. 321, 326, 336, 337. 
369. 424, 432. 442. 444, 454. 463; 
8. 108, 109, 114, 121. 123, 127, 128, 
136, 139. 143. 145. 149, 151, 152. 
167, 168, 169. 186. 188, 195, 205, 
207, 223, 385, 387, 391, 395, 402, 
407, 412, 417, 420, 422, 423, 424. 
437. 440. 442, 448. 449, 457. 465, 
466, 469, 491. 492, 509, 517. 518, 
519. 525, 530, 539, 540. 543. 556. 
580. 588. 734. 736. 744, 770, 852. 
902, 913, 952, 1188; 18. 753, 784. 
786, 801. 812, 813. 824. 923; 18. 
818; 18. 53. 65. 75. 79. 82. 87. 115. 
382, 489. 491. 500. 502. 516. 550. 
613, 622. 640. 643. 797. 816. 827. 
835. 
in Prov. Cong.. 8. 1042, 1049, 1178; 
10. 165, 167. 173. 500. 502. 523. 
914. 915. 960, 961. 
nom. as member of C. of S.. 18. 

853, 947, 949. 

on claims com., 22. 855. 862. 878, 879. 

on com. of Assem., 8. 288. 308, 309; 

8. 106, 141, 381, 450, 451. 493, 

711, 739. 740, 742; 18. 740. 742. 

790, 791; 18. 1J)1. 119. 123, 132. 

on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 168. 

174. 504. 917. 935, 948, 950. 951. 
payment to for bridges. 10. 950. 
petition on C. H., 8. 806-807. 
recommends McCartney. 8. 61-62. 
surety, 8. 592, 593. 
Gray, Thos., building coms'r. 24. 290- 

291. 
Gray, Thos., cornet of horse, 16. 509. 
Gray, Thomas, imported. 1. 395. 
Gray, Thos., juror. 8. 282, 319. 
Gray, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Gray, Thos., school trustee. 24. 752. 
Gray, Thos., tried for felony, 2. 666- 

667, 668. 
Gray, Thos., widow petitions for land 



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142 GREAT ALAMACE CREEK 



of. 1, 618. 
Gray, Thos., witness, 18. 252. 
Gray, Thornton, in militia. 22. 346. 

347. 
Gray, Will., address to King. 8. 134- 

135. 
Gray, Wm., a Justice. 2. 94. 
appraiser, 1. 866. 
asks for lapse patent. 2. 452. 
encroaches on Indian lands. 2. 643. 
juror. 2. 543. 
land lapses, 2. 564. 772. 
lapse patent to, 2. 523. 771. 
petition, 2. 259. 
Gray, Wm., a J. P.. 28. 992. 
Gray, Wm., a J. P.. 28. 994. 
Gray, Wm., a J. P.. 28. 995. 
Gray, Wm., act for town on lands of. 
28. 755-6. 958-9; 24. 19. 
arrears of salary due to. 8. 654. 
bill for town on lands of. 7. 586, 
595, 597. 599, 603, 607, 623, 625, 
630. 634. 637. 639-640, 645. 669. 
contests election from Bertie. 8. 

366. 
in Assembly. 8. 406. 662. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 1, 7. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 164, 166, 172, 

913. 915. 
on com. of Assembly. 8. 1282. 
on com. of Prov. Cong.. 10. 174. 

185. 
on S. C. of Edenton Dist.. 10. 215. 
pay for services on Granville boun- 
dary. 8. 828-829. 
signs oath as member of Council 

of State, 1 1 . 363-365. 
summoned to council, 11. 683. 
town coms'r. 28. 958-9. 
Gray, Wm.. allowance to. 22. 848. 
Gray, Wm., army .pay. 17. 213. 
Gray, Wm., army pay. 17. 213. 
Gray, Wm., army rank. 18. 1067. 
Gray, Wm., army rank. 18. 1068. 
Gray, Wm., building coms'r. 24. 470. 
Gray, Wm., claims. 4. 809. 
claims for work on S. C. survey, 4 

282, 283. 
in Assem., 8. 856. 893. 900&, 917, 
922. 940. 1152, 1239. 1246, 1247, 
1268, 1297, 1308; 7. 343. 
land grants to, 4 57. 59, 72, 75, 

221, 217, 803, 887. 
surveys land. 4 685, 886. 897. 
to return warrants that have been 
executed to secretary. 4. 216. 
Gray, Wm., in army, 16. 726. 



Gray, Wm., in army, 15. 740. 

Gray, Wm., in Cherokee campaign. 10. 

882. 
Gray, Wm.. in militia. 22. 387. 
Gray, William, in militia. 22. 496. 
Gray, Wm., juror. 25. 189. 
Gray, Wm.. lieut.. 10. 937. 
Gray, Wm., suit against for slaves. 

22. 625-9. 
Gray, Wm. (of Onslow), in Assembly. 

7, 343. 
Gray, Wm. Gilbert, bill to vest land 

in, 18. 591. 594, 597, 683. 
Gray, Willis, army pay. 17. 214. 
Gray and Blount, 17. 507. 
Gray and French, land grant to. 4. 217. 
Graydon, Alexander, asks pardon for 

Fruit, 8. 93-94. 
Grayham. See Graham. 
Qrayham, George, army record. 18. 

474. 
Grayham, Wm., army rank. 18. 1069. 
Grayne, Thos., juror. 25. 189. 
Gray's Inn, 8. 40; 4 655. 656. 
Gray's Inn, Middlesex, 11. 89. 
Gray's Landing, act for town at, 28. 

755. 
petition for town at, 7. 369-370. 
tobacco inspection at, 28. 641. 
Grayson, Col., extract from letter to 

Carrington, 14 527. 528. 
field officer, 12. 533. 
on court martial, 12. 542. 
position of regt. in army. 12. 508. 
Grayson, Thomas, prisoner. 17. 1045. 
Grayson, Wm., Daves to on pay of N. 

C. officers. 17. 1051-1053. 
in C. C. 17. 556, 557; 18. 552, 557. 

640, 641, 671. 709. 726, 754; 28. 

603. 632. 
president of C. C. 17. 1051. 
Grea, Wm., in militia. 22. 398. 
Qready, John, land grant to. 4 805. 
petitions on roads and ferries. 5. 

164-166. 
Grear, Andrew, a J. P.. 28. 995. 
Grear, John, allowed to resign as J. 

P.. 18. 845, 935, 939. 
Grear, Thos.. pensioner, 22. 67. 
Great Alamance, 8. xxiv; 22. 434. 
battle of, 8. 653; 22. 481. 
See also Alamance, Regulation. 
Great Alamance Camp, 8. 582, 584, 

585, 609. 633, 668, 669. 
battle near. 8. 584. 
Great Alamance Creek, battle on, 7. 



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GREAT BRITAIN 



Great Alamance River, 18. 841, 842. 
battle with regulators on, 8. BOS- 
BIO. 

Great Bear, 2. 799. 

Great Bridge (near Newbem), Br. 
move to, 22. 593. 

Great Bridge, Va., 16. 130. 
batUe of, 18. 366, 367; 14. vii, 95; 

16. 112-113; 21. vi. 
British at, 16. xiii, 143; 17. 985; 

account of battle, 18. 394-395. 
Mansan at, 16. 569. 
reinforcements sent to, 17. 890. 
Senf retreats from, 14. 728. 

Great Bridge on Cape Fear, 21. 829. 

Great Britain, 1. 986; 2. 56, 136, 143, 
146, 155, 177, 207, 213, 224, 232, 
237, 265, 268, 280, 333, 359, 396, 
419, 420, 421, 423, 424, 425, 481, 
448, 533, 537, 538. 603, 628, 629, 
631, 633, 634, 635, 685, 744, 766, 
774, 827, 883, 886; 3. 12, 14, 32, 
71, 72, 79, 80, 90, 94, 107, 109, 113, 
116, 119, 129, 130, 136, 155, 180, 
196, 211, 237, 264, 266, 270, 300, 
306, 338, 369, 379, 381, 384, 389, 
399, 441, 447, 449, 451. 456. 475, 
483, 484, 489, 490, 492, 494, 541, 
565, 572, 598, 633; 4. 6, 24, 54, 57, 
78, 79. 82, 84, 96, 112, 120, 138, 
162. 163, 167, 171, 178, 180, 228. 
292, 383, 408, 414, 421, 422, 429. 
434, 439, 456, 463, 464, 466, 470, 
473, 479, 492, 552, 580, 620, 623, 
651, 655, 719, 733, 770, 814, 838, 
855, 860, 861, 863, 871, 918, 919, 
936, 954, 984, 987, 1010, 1051, 1064, 
1166, 1179, 1182, 1184, 1199, 1201, 
1256, 1317, 1329; 6. lii. x, xx, xl, 
xliii, xlvl, 38, 110, 115, 125, 160. 
177, 191, 195, 212, 215, 221, 224, 
231, 251, 323, 328. 329, 436, 437, 
441, 442, 444, 474, 487, 493, 495, 
520, 567, 569, 574, 585, 588, 614, 
617, 620, 658, 660, 688. 746, 756, 
758, 759, 760, 767, 770. 774, 775, 
777, 778, 810. 829. 843, 868. 869, 
889, 891, 930, 962, 963. 998, 1013, 
1022, 1033, 1039, 1094, 1095, 1107, 
1108, 1116, 1117, 1124, 1134, 1138, 
1139, 1145, 1155; 8. 7, 15, 21, 23, 28, 
29, 38, 42, 48, 50, 51, 52, 53, 65, 
66, 83, 85, 95, 115. 132, 246, 254, 
278, 285, 310, 345, 362, 402, 420. 
427. 439, 447, 449, 462, 469, 473, 
478, 500, 511, 513, 522, 524, 527, 
530, 531, 533. 536. 541. 545. 546. 



549, 564, 566, 568, 569, 572, 573, 
578, 581, 592, 611, 623, 629, 638, 
639, 661, 666, 705, 707, 708, 711, 
718, 723, 731, 755. 756. 800, 804, 
813, 822, 836, 887, 888, 893, 961, 
968, 969, 970, 987, 1042, 1043, 1089, 
1090, 1128, 1150, 1218, 1219, 1220, 
1257, 1291; 7. viii, 1, 41. 42. 61. 
121, 122, 128, 129, 131, 137. 138. 
156, 168c, 182, 193, 201, 222, 223, 
231, 232, 234, 265, 266, 270, 273, 
292, 293, 342, 349. 429. 430. 436, 
441, 469, 533, 549, 565, 620, 661, 
671, 677, 678, 679, 681, 682 683, 
687, 701, 726, 730, 742, 746. 747. 
748. 749, 785, 795, 851, 854, 868, 
877, 890, 916, 924, 971. 982; 8. xlvi, 
xlvii, 38, 40, 41, 84. 87, 88, 89, 
92, 105, 122, 124, 135, 165. 169, 
188, 189, 190, 198, 199, 215, 225. 
267. 285, 302, 475, 513, 514, 544, 
558, 571, 616, 685, 740; 8. xxiii, 
XXXV, 29, 30. 80, 93, 136, 213, 236, 
252, 283, 284, 303, 341, 361, 377, 
379, 406, 417, 426, 436, 447, 516, 
533, 539, 559, 581, 591, 592, 593, 
621, 626, 629, 631, 639, 673, 674, 
675, 692, 733, 786, 817, 874, 891, 
925, 931, 967, 985, 1001, 1018, 1024, 
1025, 1028, 1029, 1031, 1035, 1036. 
1039, 1043, 1044, 1045, 1049, 1067, 
1072, 1085, 1088, 1093, 1102, 1134, 
1142, 1149, 1156, 1161, 1162, 1163, 
1170, 1171, 1184, 1187, 1194, 1199, 
1200, 1201, 1202, 1239, 1241, 1251, 
1253, 1264, 1267, 1269, 1272, 1282, 
1284; 18. xix, xxi, xxv, 1, 10, 12, 
17, 23, 26, 27, 30, 49, 51. 69, 81, 
130, 131, 132, 133, 138, 162, 171, 
174, 176, 178, 179, 202, 212, 216, 
217, 218, 221, 227, 228, 229, 234, 
238, 249, 262. 296, 300, 306, 308, 
322, 324, 338, 370. 378, 391, 400, 
435, 436, 458, 476. 512, 513, 547, 
577, 608, 612, 642, 676, 677, 684. 
702, 708, 722, 764, 775. 797, 830, 
864, 875, 901, 948, 976, 984, 985, 
1006, 1015, 1026, 1036; 11. vii, 1, 
4, 5, 31, 80, 106, 107, 110, 117, 134, 
142, 146, 199, 200, 214. 219. 225. 
236, 246, 247, 248, 256, 364, 452, 
502, 722, 758, 769, 770, 771, 803, 
804, 819; 12. 16, 149, 174. 179, 
203, 214, 223, 230, 255, 278, 284, 
342, 345, 349, 379, 394, 401, 402, 
577, 582, 591. 594, 617, 653, 681, 
683. 693, 696, 704, 733, 781, 798, 



GREAT BRITAIN 



144 



GREAT BRITAIN 



804, 811. 837, 857, 873; 13. 21, 
99, 195. 234, 235, 236, 264, 299, 
356, 358, 417, 418, 433, 434, 435, 
439. 465, 545. 561, 563, 607, 648, 791; 
14. V, 72, 205, 250, 268, 589, 820; 
16. iv, 11, 54. 147, 158, 178, 203, 
243, 250, 279, 281, 323. 339, 397, 
452, 462, 519, 543, 596, 621, 653, 
690, 692, 764; 18. 5, 6, 256, 266, 
267, 307, 332. 419, 421, 423, 440, 
452, 454, 546, 567, 677, 799, 850, 
851, 888, 889, 937, 978; 17. 4, 30, 
48, 103. 159, 430, 567. 571, 1016; 
18. 138, 512, 513, 516, 600, 662, 
733, 800; 19. 179. 198, 215, 241, 
300, 303, 344, 350, 502, 515, 673, 
678, 901, 952, 953. 979; 20. 204, 
391, 736, 789; 21. 245, 737, 854, 
883, 906, 920; 22. 118, 168, 172, 
180, 203, 302, 362, 516, 743, 773, 
868, 892, 894, 896, 897, 898, 899, 
906. 1027, 1028; 28. 6, 11, 12, 13, 
14, 15, 16, 19, 23, 26, 39, 50, 51, 
55, 80, 81, 132, 183, 195, 196. 237, 
269, 285, 303, 327, 349. 359, 371, 
372, 378, 396. 505, 510, 515, 516, 
523, 539, 541, 550, 556, 568, 596, 
614, 618. 632, 638, 660, 664, 665. 
688, 693, 696, 724, 759, 784, 787, 
834, 850. 872. 875, 879. 881. 889, 
904, 931, 960, 980, 985, 997, 998, 
999; 24. 9, 10, 11, 19. 43. 45, 59, 
62, 72, 79, 85, 86, 88, 103, 113, 
119, 120. 121, 134, 145, 147, 162, 
219, 292, 294, 394, 449, 450, 458, 
488, 489, 490, 502, 573, 626, 661, 
684. 801, 888, 911; 26. 152, 153, 
197, 198, 242, 276, 280, 291, 362, 
378, 397, 405, 433, 438, 441, 450, 
457, 468, 483, 486, 491, 494, 506, 
510, 514, 518, 519e, 520, 524. 

act to make treaty of 1783 part of 
law, 24. 885; to restrain trade of 
colonies to, 10. 109-112, 113. 

Adams demands of N. W. posts, 17. 
588. 

advantages - to from trade of colo- 
nies, 2. 626, 627-628. 

agreement against imports from and 
exports to. 0. xxx. 

and debts due merchants, 26. 498. 

and W. I. trade, 18. 559. 

answer to Amer. memorial on 
forces in U. S., 18. 549-550. 

Association not to trade with, 0. 
1101, 1102, 1103, 1113. 1144, 1185. 

authority over colonies not to be 



derogated from. 8. 39. 

bill on treaty, 20. 144, 145, 170, 204. 
209-210, 217, 242, 300, 325-326, 345, 
387; to make treaty with part of 
law, 18. 199, 260, 399; to put 
laws of in force in N. C, 4. 975- 
976, 978, 979, 989, 993, 1003, 1004. 
1006. 1013, 1014, 1015, 1016, 1017. 
1020; to repeal acts contrary to 
treaty, 18. 210. 332. 340. 350, 420, 
421, 545-546, 582, 674-675, 715-716; 
to make void acts contrary to 
treaty. 19. 725, 746, 747, 754, 798, 
800. 

cited on confiscation, 16. 203. 

colonies cut off from trade with. 10. 

XV. 

commercial hostility to. 17. 571-576. 

592-593. 
compared with the decline of Rome. 

9. 985-986. 
conduct, 17. 187. 

Cont. Cong to on public affairs, 10. 

75-83. 
court proceedings followed in N. C, 

26. 409. 
declines intervention of powers, 18. 

307-310. 
emigration discouraged, 8. 622. 
fears of. 17. Hi. 
France declares war against. 18. 

238. 
grievances against U. S.. 18. 560- 

566. 
History of Church in. 2. 583. 
imports from. 6. xliii. 
influence of struggle with, 9. vli, 

viii. ix. 
laws of to be put in force In N. C. 

10. 983, 989; supreme over colo- 
nies, 2. 629-630. 

merchants of not included under act 
on executions, 26. 515. 

New England trade limited to. 9. 
1186. 

North Carolina not interested in 
movements against, 9. xxxvii. 

offers independence, 14. 309. 

peace with France, 6. xxxi. 

present state of colonies with re- 
spect to, 2. 626-635. 

proposition to increase trade with, 
4. 172; to stop trade with, 9. 1034, 
1035, 1038, 1040, 1045-1046, 1048. 

refuses mediation of Russia, 16. 
588. 

resolve of C. C. on interpretation of 



GREAT BRITAIN 



145 



GREAT ISLAND. 



treaty, 20. 649-650, 661. 

supreme legislative authority of, 8. 
24-25. 

trade of colonies to be confined to, 
8. 1208; resolution against sus- 
pended, 18. 151; restricted to, 18. 
67; trade with, 8. 611-612; colo- 
nies prohibited, 11. 288; not al- 
lowed. 18. 20, 369; with U. S. 
encouraged and restrained, 18. 
811-813, 837-838, 882-885, 840-841, 
851, 857-858, 861-863, 866, 895. 900- 
906, 915-916, 919, 925-926; 17. 20, 
25, 30, 35, 44, 48, 51, 64, 125. 

treaty of peace with, 18. 747-753, 
758-759, 764-765, 773-774, 781, 783, 
810, 836, 845, 848, 856, 857, 861, 
865, 867-877. 880-881, 882-885, 895, 
897, 900-906, 910. 913-916, 918, 920, 
932, 955, 957, 963, 965, 977, 980, 
985, 992, 1000-1001; 17. v-vi, 4-9, 
17-18, 19, 20, 22-25, 34-35, 49, 51, 
90, 92-93, 109, 125, 144, 187, 188, 
551, 588, 606; 18. 494; violated, 
28. 668-673, 677-678, 716, 718. ' 

views on power of Parliament in 
America, 7. ix. 

war with France, 22. 985. 
Great Chamberlain, Lord, at council, 

1. 74. 
Great Charter, provisions of in force 
in N. C, 23. 319. 

See also Great Deed of Grant. 
Great Contentney, 28. 967. 
Great Contentney Creek, 8. 770; 28. 
222, 469; 24. 826. 

act on bridge, 24. 310; to vest 
bridge in Peacock, 28. 367-368; 
on hedges and fish in, 28. 909-10. 

bill to vest bridge over in Ruffln, 
18. 846, 851, 859, 939, 950, 954. 

See also Contentnea, Contentney. 
Great Creek, 2. 777, 785, 811. 
Great Deed of Grant, 1. xiv, xxxii, 
xxxiii, 302; 8. 295; 4. 294, 302, 
392; 6. 97; 28. 31, 32. 

account of, 8. 479-481, 488. 

Assembly calls for, 8. 289. 

cited, 4. 246; against Burrington, 8. 
144, 150; and said to be revokable, 
6. 94. 

character. 8. ix; 11. 37. 

delivered to Assembly and put on 
record. 8. 292-293; to Pollock, 4. 
652, 654; to speaker of Assembly, 
4. 123. 

directed to Stephens, 4. 1200. 



discussed, 4. 20, 21. 

efforts to repeal, 1. xvii. 

governs land tenure in Albemarle, 

1. xvii; 4. 182, 184. 
history of reviewed, 8. 550-551, 566, 

569-570, 599, 600-602, 608. 621. 
information on wanted, 3. 396. 
issued. 1. 175-176; 4. 286-287. 
McCuUoh on quit rents on lands 

claimed under, 11. 66-69, 73. 
made valid, 26. 216-17. 
not revoked by instructions to Sayle. 

4. 289-290. 
opinion of Board of Trade on, 3. 

354. 
quoted, 4. 109, 147. 
rate, 8. 183. 
records of carefully preserved, 1. 

xvii. 
reviewed by Johnston, 4. 110-111. 
revokable, 4. 287. 
Shelton's interpretation, 3. 632. 
to be included In Revisal, 24. 888. 
way it was understood by Proprie- 
tors, 4. 325. 
Great Dismal Swamp, 24. 230, 251, 

532, 647. 
See also Dismal Swamp. 
Great Elk, the, an Indian, 6. 613. 
Great Falls of Roanoke river, road 

around proposed, 24. 600, 601. 
Great Fishing Creek, bill to prevent 

stopping of fish in, 13. 853, 944. 
lead in, 18. 698. 
Great George Street, London, 8. 578. 
Great Iron Mountain, 18. 115; 21. 257, 

271, 302. 397, 626; 24. 141, 160, 

482; 26. 4. 
Great Island, 18. 466; for Inspector 

for, 7. 600, 604, 607, 623, 635-636. 

637, 640-641, 642, 644, 646, 669; 28. 

356, 382. 
Great Island (Cape Fear), 24. 126, 

218. 
act for bridge and causeway, 24. 

636-7; for road through, 28. 657, 

662, 663; 26. 487-9. 
bill for causeway over, 18. 373; to 

build bridge, 18. 611, 612, 615, 

653, 678. 
inspection at, 24. 581; for naval 

stores, 23. 748. 
Great Island of Holston, 14. 244; 18. 

944. 950. 
encroachments on, 14. 221, 227, 234- 

235. 
Great Island of Holston River, not to 



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GREAT ISLAND TOWN 146 



GREEN, ELIJAH 



be entered, 18. 569, 589; not to be 

surveyed, 24. 480, 571. 
treaty at, 14. 236. 
See also Long Island of Holston 

River. 
Great Island Town, 10. 884. 
Great Kanawha River, 10. 374; 17. 

461; 24. 301. 
Great Lakes, 20. vil. 
Great Limestone, 24. 160. 
Great Meadows, 6. xvli 

battle at, 6. xv. 
Great Miami River, 17. 161; 18. 513, 

514; 20. 746. 
Great Pee Dee River, 4. xi, 888, 889; 

6. 770, 1187; 8. 609, 611; 8. 263; 

10. 648; 10. 966; 28. 344. 
and S. C. line, 8. 776; 7. 155. 
land grant on surrendered, 7. 533- 

534. 
McCulloh's lands on, 6. 622, 779, 

780. 
Great Peter, testimony of on Va. boun- 
dary, 1 740. 
Great Road from the Yadkin to Phlla., 

4. xxi. 
Great Savannah, prisoners taken at, 

14. 666. 
Great Seal of North Carolina, provis- 
ion for, 28. 982, 988. 
Great Shockoe creek, 24. 294. 
Great Sound, divides Chowan Co., 1. 

712. 
Great Swamp, 16. 144, 149; 18. 756, 

791; 28. 213. 
Gregory commands in, 22. 556. 
Great Swamp, Bladen Co., 18. 80, 81; 

24. 838, 988, 989. 
act for road over, 28. 592 ; 26. 474-5. 
skirmish at, 16. 149. 
Great Telllco, French fort wanted at, 

6. 613. 
Great Tennessee River, T., 22. 727. 
Great Turk, arrests Charles XII, 2. 53. 
Great Warrior, the Indian, 7. 207, 210, 

211; 11. 176; asks goods, 11. 654- 

655; to escort Thomas, 10. 770. 
to make talk, 11. 187. 
to settle question of peace or war, 

10. 783. 
Great Wolf of North Carolina, Chero- 
kee name for Tryon, 7. 508; 8. 

720. 
Greaves. See Graves, Greeves. 
Greaves, Mrs., asks leave to go on 

board Br. vessel, 13. 387. 
Greaves Jacob, petition for, 18. 147. 



Greaves, James, Juror, 4. 519. 
Greaves, Thomas, regulator, 7. 736. 
Greaves, Wm., regulator, 7. 736. 
Greear. See Grear, Greer, Grier. 
Greear, Andrew, Jr., Watauga to be 

annexed, 10. 708-711. 
Greear, Ellexander, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 
Greear, Jos., Watauga to be annexed, 

10. 708-711. 
Greece, Thoplus, army rank, 18. 1070. 
Greece, 17. 36; 18. 496. 
Greek, taught in Newborn, 18. 335. 
Greek Grammar, 2. 584. 
Greek language, 8. 487; 22. 519d. 
Greeman, Caleb, army rank, 18. 1069. 
Green. See Greene. 

Green, ^ 10. 614. 

Green, , 22. 427. 

Green, , Nash to on magazine, &c., 

16. 68. 
Green, Mr., 10. 825. 
Green, Mr., 18. 143; 14. 141. 
Green, Mr., 22. 620. 
Green, Mr., and Journal of council of 

state, 17. 731. 
Green, Mr., has money for supply of 

army, 14. 513, 514. 
Green, Mr., reports arrival of French 

ship, 18. 149. 
Green, Capt., 6. 604, 605. 
Green, Capt., 24. 947. 
Green, Col., defeats Donop, 18. 262- 

263. 
regiment of consolidated, 12. 508. 
Green, Dr., 17. 167. 

houses of to be valued, 10. 390. 
Green, Lieut. Col., commands Fort 

Mercer, 11. 797. 
Green, Abel, claim, 8. 488. 
Green, Abraham, army pay, 17. 214. 

army rank, 18. 1066. 
Green, Abm., army rank, 18. 1066. 
Green, Abraham, in militia, 22. 376. 
Green, Abraham, land grant to, 4. 619, 

628. 
Green, Andrew, a J. P., 11. 653. 

in Conv. 1789, 22. 39, 47. 
Green, Anthony, court martialed, 12. 

489. 
Green, Barrll, petitions, 18. 935. 
Green, Bartley, takes oath, 22. 178. 
Green, Chrlsto., land grant to, 4. 618. 
Green, David, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Green, Dempsey, army pay, 17. 214. 
Green, Ed., in militia, 22. 374. 
Green, Elijah, in Indian war, 10. 759. 



GREEN, FARNEFOLD, SR. 147 



GREEN, JAMES, JR. 



Green, Farnefold, 8r., in militia, 22. 

315. 
Green, Farnifold, appraiser, 2. 105. 
. asks help of Va., 1. 819-820. 
commissary, 1. 879; 2. 22. 
gives power of atty., 1. 521. 
on Tuscarora war, 1. 815. 
sells land, 1. 521. 
to make rent roll, 2. 35. 
Green, .Farnif old, buys at Martin sale, 

22. 883. 
Green, Farnifold, land grant to, 4. 

970, 1044; patent to, 8. 1072. 
Green, Farnifold, law suit over land, 
4. 1044. 
petitions for resurvey, 6. 653-654; 
rejected, 8. 1072. 
Green, Farnifold, on S. C. of Craven, 
8. 1144. 
nom. as member C. of S., 13. 853, 947. 
reports on militia, 22. 325. 
Green, Farnifold, Jr., land grant to, 4. 

962. 
Green, Forrls, in militia, 22. 387. 
Green, Fredk., army rank, 18. 1068. 

in common council, 18. 792. 
Green, Furnefold, in militia, 22. 315. 
Green, Furnefold, Jr., in militia, 22. 

315. 
Green, Furnlfold, 8r., killed by In- 
dians, 6. 653. 
Green, Geo., pensioner, 22. 66. 
Green, Hobart, army rank, 18. 1070. 
Green, James (Jammey), 10. 787. 
Green, James, 10. 526. 
Green, James, 22. 890. 
Green, James, a J. P., 8. 537; 4. 970. 
Green, Jas., army rank, 10. 1067. 
Green, Jas., army rank, 10. 1071. 
Green, James, brother made asst. com 

missary, 13. 43. 
Green, James, buys at Martin sale, 22 

882, 883, 885, 888. 
Green, James, delivers books to Heron 

7. 524. 
Green, James, goods seized, 10. 474 
Green, Jas., in Assem., 10. 387. 
Green, Jas., in militia, 22. 387. 
Green, James, in regulator campaign 

O. 586. 
Green, James, issues indented certifi 

•cates, 17. 782-783. 
Green, Jas., in militia, 22. 285. 
Green, James, land grant to, 4. 63 
221, 764, 968, 970, 1035; to be re 
surveyed, 4. 273. 
law suit over land, 4. 1044. 



Green, James, petitions for McDugal^ 

0. 683-685. 
Green, James, petitions for resurvey, 

6. 653-654; rejected, O. 1072. 
Green, Jas., property confiscated, 10. 

672; 24. 263, 424. 
Green, James, reports on company, 

22. 323. 
Green, James, shipmaster 0. 873, 949. 
Green, James, to surrender note, 10. 

576. 
Green, James, warrant to, 22. 923-4. 
Green (Greer), James, Jr., 10. 521. 

admiralty judge, 17. 960, 962. 

allowance to, 10. 369, 376; as clerk 
discussed, 12. 110, 111; for revis- 
ing journals, 12. 216. 

and cont. loan office affairs, 22. 810. 

announces himself a candidate for 
Assembly, 16. 354. 

asst. clerk to Prov. Cong., 10. 181, 
219. 

6eef coms'r, 22. 915. 

charges for clerical work in regu- 
lation, 0. 50. 

claims, 0. 591; allowed, O. 147; 0. 
223, 224, 225, 371, 589, 590, 591, 
953; as asst. sec'y, 10. 220. 

clerk of Assembly, O. 108, 143, 
147, 148, 269, 287, 288, 299, 305, 
351, 355, 357, 358, 365, 369, 370, 
371, 373, 374, 375, 377, 378, 379, 
382; 0. 106, 108, 109, 110, 116, 
121, 125, 133. 226, 371, 381, 383, 
390, 391, 392, 394, 397, 398, 403, 
408, 409, 412, 415, 418, 421, 422, 
423, 426, 429. 430, 431, 432, 433, 
434, 437. 438, 439, 440, 441, 442, 
450, 453, 711, 715, 718, 724, 725, 
727, 838, 841, 846, 854, 857, 858,. 
859, 865, 866, 867, 868, 869. 872, 
873, 952, 1196; 22. 424, 482, 483, 
498, 430, 459, 476, 477, 479, 480; 
com. on claims, 22. 863; of Prov. 
Council, 10. 283, 294, 362, 414, 477. 

commissary general, 14. 545; ineffi- 
cient as commissary, 14. 535. 

commissioner to settle accounts of 
N. C. and U. S., 10. 1002; 12. 619. 

dead, 22. 805, 810. 

drafts on Cont. Treas. in favor of, 
11. 712. 

journal of, 12. 612. 

letter of submitted to Assem., 13. 
833-834, 917, 923, 926. 

loan office certificates delivered to, 
13. 72. 



^pw^wv^np^^vn 



GREEN, JAMES, JR, 



148 



GREEN, JNO. 



marries Miss Cogdell, 11. 787. 
navigation coms'r, 24. 403, 502. 
nom. as treasurer of loan offlce, 12. 

232, 235, 414, 416. 
opens loan office, 18. 362. 
ordered to deliver records and para- 
phernalia to Sec. of State, 12. 

428, 430. 
owns goods, 14. 731. 
payment to, 18. 348, 349. 351. 
petition in favor of heirs, 17. 386- 

388, 393. 
recommends McCartney, 8. 61-62. 
resolve in favor of, 12. 398, 794, 

795, 851, 854. 
revises Leg. journals, 18. 399. 
seat in Assembly vacated, 17. 715. 
sec. Council of Safety, 10. 619; 11. 

336; of Halifax Prov. Cong., 10. 

502, 523, 590, 601, 603, 916, 1003, 

1006, 1013; of Prov. Cong., 11. 

291, 358; 28. 984. 
sells imported supplies to army, 14. 

706-707. 
settlement of accounts of, 22. 805-6. 
signs credentials of Burke, 11. 705; 

journals of Senate, 12. 113. 
superintends sale of Tory horses, 

11. 348. 
to attend Assembly and pay in cer- 
tificates, 18. 835, 836. 927. 
to buy. provisions, 11. 408. 
to Caswell on clothing for troops, 

18. 14-15, 34-35; on loans, 16. 

345-346; on provisions for troops. 

11. 697-698; to Caswell on pro- 
tested bill of exchange, 22. 775; 

on seizure of French goods for 

public, 18. 47-48. 
to deliver all papers, &c., to Secy. 

of State, 12. 245, 246. 
to Qates on supplies for army, 14. 

642-643, 644, 645. 
to Jones on correction of journals, 

1 8.* 463. 
to keep books of treasurer, 8. 460. 
to Nash on payment for services, 

14. 841. 
to pay over public moneys, 18. 598, 

707, 708. 
to prepare copy of journal of Prov. 

Cong., 10. 204. 
to revise and correct journal of 

Prov. Cong., 10. 589. 
to sign bills, 24. 320, 333. 
treas. of loan office, 12. 752; 14. 

193. 



witness, 0. 72, 75. 
Green, Mrs. James, Jr., 18. 521. 
Green, Jas., Jr., in militia, 22. 324. 
Green (Greene), James W., bill to vest 
lands in, 18. 532, 536, 554, 564. 
565, 577, 598, 660. 
Cont. Surgeon, 22. 1049. 
officer, 18. 486. 
rank, 18. 72, 576, 608. 
Green, Jeremiah, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Green, Jesse, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Green, Joab, army pay, 17. 214. 
Green, Job, takes oath, 22. 179. 
Green, John, 13. 172, 381. 
affidavit against Davis in matter of 

Frenchmen, 18. 425. 
buys at Martin sale, 22. 882, 887. 
Caswell to on provisions, 13. 322. 
fits out privateer, 10. 638. 
in Assembly, 12. 265, 328, 329, 330, 

331, 349, 368, 405. 
memorial on school, 7. 35-36. 
nominated as marshal of Admiralty 

ct., 12. 43, 44. 
on com. of Assem., 12. 147, 311. 
on S. C. of Craven, 8. 1237. 
petitions on county bounds, 8. 633- 

635. 
salt coms'r, 22. 907. 
signs Craven address to friends of 

liberty, 8. 1026-1027. 
surety, 8. 592-593. 
to arm vessels, 10. 352. 
to buy arms, &c., 10. 647. 
to Caswell on letter of McAustan 
and purchase of provisions, 18. 
318; on pilots and provisions, 18. 
495. 
to Council of Safety on purchases 

for public, 10. 821. 
to deliver stores, 10. 577. 
to furnish provisions, 14. 96. 
to receive aid for Boston, 8. xxxviii. 
to receive subscriptions to aid Bos- 
ton, 8. 1116. 
to receive goods from Stanly, 10. 

510. 
to seize vessel, 10. 508. 
vessel seized, 10. 948. 
Green, John, 18. 478. 
Green, John, 26. 463. 
Green, John, allowance to, 18. 524. 
Green, Jno., anny rank, 18. 1064. 
Green, John, C. of S. to appointing 
him a com. of Edenton, 11. 314. 
on S. C. of Edenton, 8. 1134, 1236. 
Green, Jno., in Assem., 18. 373, 374. 



(iREEN, JOHN 



149 



GRfiEN, SOLM. 



Green, John, buys patent, 8. 219. 
Green, J no., in militia, 22. 359. 
Green, J no., in militia, 22. 367. 
Green, Jno., in militia, 22. 371. 
Green, Jno., in militia, 22. 374. 
Green, Jno., in militia, 22. 376. 
Green, John, juror, 26. 189. 
Green, John, land grant to, 4. 56, 447. 
Green, John, land case of, 6. 1091. 
Green, John, navigation coms'r, 24. 

125. 
Green, John, payment to for negro 

executed, 18. 77. .■©> 

Green, John, pensioner, 22. 66. "^ 
Green, John, road coms*r, 28. 221. 
Green, John, road coms'r, 28. 448. 
Green, Jno., Jr., in militia, 22. 369. 
Green, John, Sr., land grant to, 4. 

894. 
Green, John A., testimony on case of 

John Davis, 16. 377-378. 
Green, Jos., accounts, 22. 1018. 
and supplies for army, 14. 806. 
asks leave to resign as commissary, 

12. 406. 
asst commissary in N. C, IS. 41, 

43. 
buys provisions for troops, IS. 318, 

495. 
Caswell to on council of state, 20. 
609-610; on Fed. Com., 20. 634; 
on U. S. accounts, 17; 564. 
commissary, 10. 966; 16. 362. 
estimates needs of commissary de- 
partment, 16. 5. 
express to, 18. 961. 
in Assem., 18. 391, 393. 
nom. for C. of State, 17. 337; 18. 

114, 117, 340, 342; 20. 49. 
petition. 21. 303, 425, 636, 650, 722, 

845, 847, 1022, 1027. 
recommends Bradley, 16. 528. 
reports on purchase of guns, 10. 

635-636. 
ships leather and skins north, 18. 

66. 
to Caswell on aid to S. C. and want 
of cash, 16. 363-364; on purchase 
and transportation of provisions, 
18. 51-52; on supplies for Hogun's 
brigade, 16. 325. 
to procure arms, 10. 525. 
to remove public stores, 18. 818. 
to ship pork, 18. 94. 
visits Aylett for money, 18. 60. 
Green, Joseph, captain, 10. 625, facing 
680. 



Green, Jos., in militia, 22. 281. 

Green, Jos., in militia, 22. 374. 

Green, Jos., tobacco inspection at 
house of, 24. 861. 

Green, Jos., town coms'r, 24. 875. 

Green, Joseph, witness, 2. 148. 

Green, Mrs. Joseph, 18. 52. 

Green, Joslah, army rank, 18. 1063. 

Green, Lewis, petitions, 10. 935. 

Green, Lovet, refuses to take oath, 18. 
446. 

Green, Margaret, land grant to, 4. 
970. 

Green, Malachi, in militia, 22. 357. 

Green, Moses, in militia, 22. 318. 

Green, Peter, in militia, 22. 374. 

Green, Petter, in militia, 22. 367. 

Green, Randall, army pay, 17. 214. 

Green, Randolph, army rank, 18. 1071. 

Green, Robert, vestryman, 2. 209; 28. 
8. 

Green, Robert, land grant to, 4. 635- 
636. 

Green, Robert, helps Clarke to wound 
Pollock, 0. 54. 

Green, Robert, horse thief, 8. 481. 

Green, Roger, clergyman and not a re- 
ligious refugee, 1. xxi. 
grant of Va. to, 1. 17; discussed, 

1. ix. 
probably does not settle in Albe- 
marle, 1. xxi. 

Green, Samuel, administrators of ap- 
pointed, 0. 227-228. 

Green, Samuel, allowance to, 22. 825, 
834. 
bill for attending Spanish prisoners, 
22. iii-iv, 271-272. 

Green, Sam'i, in militia, 22. 338. 

Green, SamM, in militia, 22. 355. 

Green, SamM, in militia, 22. 374. 

Green, Sam'i, in militia, 22. 385. 

Green, Samuel, juror, 4. 518. 
land grant to, 4. 602, 639, 1249; 

patent altered, 8. 637. 
rights proved. 4. 596. 

Green, Samuel, petitions on county 
bounds, 0. 633-634. 

Green, Samuel, resurvey to, 8. 1087. 

Green, Samuel, to Dry on seizure of 
vessels. 7. 177-178. 

Green, Samuel, Sr., refuses to take 
oath. 18. 446. 

Green, Solm., army rank, 18. 1067. 
in Conv. 1789. 22. 39, 47. 48, 50. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 251. 
resigns as J. P., 20. 245, 435. 



dREEN, SOLOMON 



150 GREENE, NAtfiANAfeL 



Green, Solomon, in militia, 22. 359. 

Green, Sutton, army rank, 18. 1069. 

Green, Sylas, subscribes to test, 7. 
522. 

Green, Thomas, army pay, 17. 214. 

Green, Thomas, army pay, 17. 214. 

Green, Thomas, army pay, 17. 215. 

Green, Thos., army rank, 18. 1068. 

Green, Thos., in Assem., 18. 382. 

Green, Thos., in militia, 22. 359. 

Green, .Thos., in militia, 22. 368. 

Green, Thos., in militia, 22. 374. 

Green, Thomas, juror, 4. 521. 

Green, Thomas, quit rents of, 22. 241. 

Green, Thomas, regulator, 7. 736. 

Green, Thos. A., tax collector, 18. 706. 

Green, Titus, in militia, 22. 315. 

Green, W., returns of, 18. 469-470. 

Green, Wm., 8. 70. 

Green, Wm., act for land to, 24. 629- 
630. 
land grant to, 18. 572. 

Green, Wm., allowance to, 22. 816. 

Green, Wm., army pay, 17. 215. 

Green, Wm., army rank, 18. 1062. 

Green, Wm., army rank, 18. 1065. 

Green, Wm., army rank, 18. 1067. 

Green, Wm., army record, 13. 474. 

Green, Wm., bounty money paid to, 
18. 293. 

Green, Wm., coms'r on certificates, 
18. 451, 459; on N. C. Line frauds, 
28. 630. 
dist. auditor, 24. 387, 422. 
in Assembly, 18. 1; 17.* 877, 878, 
904, 936, 947, 948, 950, 953, 963; 
18. 393, 399. 
Johnston to on army accounts and 

answer, 21. ^51-552. 
petitions, 18. 935. 
tax action wrong, 18. 177. 
to Caswell on claims of N. C. Line 

and answer, 28. 614, 615-616. 
to Sumner on expenditure of sup- 
plies, 18. 885-886. 

Green, Wm., captain, 18. 187. 

Green, Wm., commands troops, 6. 140. 

Green, Wm., ensign, 18. 620. 

Green, Wm., helps Fallon publish pa- 
per hostile to America, 18. 410. 

Green, Wm., in army, 13. 525. 

Green, Wm., Juror, 26. 189. 

Green, Wm., paymaster, 18. 584. 

Green, Wm., pensioner, 22. 67. 

Green, Wm., regulator, 7. 734. 

Green, Wm., school trustee, 24. 863, 
876. 



Green, Wm., taxable, 16. 191. 

Green, Wm., town coms*r, 24. 303. 

Green, Wm., voter, 16. 238. 

Green, WMson, army rank, 18. 1068. 

Green, Zachrl, asks for new county, 
8. 89-90. 

Green and Stanly, memorial, 28. 70, 
88-89. 
pay Hooper, 18. 941-942. 

Green Bay, 6. 464, 465. 

Green Briar, Va., Indian outrages on, 
8. 545. 
^^een Bryer, Va., 18. 838. 

^een Co., Baptists in, 6. 1181. 

Green Ponds, 21. 707. 
sale of delayed, 18. 57, 289. 

Green River, 7. 470, 853; 11. facing 80. 
lands for soldiers on, 18. 892. 
troops on, 18. 773. 

Green River Baptist Association, his- 
tory, 6. 1185, 1187. 

Green River settlement, Fanning goes 
to, 22 185. 

Green Spring, Va., 1. 307; 18. 836. 
council held at, 1. 343. 
skirmish at, 16. 522, 523. 

Green Swamp, 6. 1197. 

Greenade, John, land grant to, 4. 767. 

Greenage, Joshua, army pay, 17. 213. 

Greene. See Green. 

Greene, -^— , a rebel, 1 . 261. 

Greene, Surgeon, supplies to, 18. 241. 

Greene, Benjamin, in militia, 17. 1061. 

Greene, Charles, petition, 18. 130, 146, 
364, 453-454, 461. 

Greene, James, Martin to on illicit 
trade, 18. 681-682. 

Greene, James, witness, 8. 511. 

Greene, James, Sr., juror, 8. 528. 

Greene, James Ni., prisoner, 18. 674. 

Greene, James West, act to vest land 
in, 24. 639-40. 

Greene, John, allowed to ship naval 
stores, 18. 415. 

Greene, John, Juror, 8. 508, 509. 

Greene, Jos., in Assembly, 17. 879, 
947, 948, 950, 953; on com. of 
Assembly, 17. 799, 818, 823, 831, 
843. 886, 904, 922, 935, 970. 

Greene, Joseph, juror, 8. 528. 

Greene (Green), Nathanaei, 6. 1200; 
8. xxxii, 770; 12. 460, 462, 464, 
466, 470, 474, 475, 476, 478, 479, 
481, 483, 495; 16. xii, xiii, xiv, 
151, 176, 229, 231, 232, 241, 395, 
396, 419, 422, 424, 425, 428, 438, 
439, 445, 447. 451, 452, 454, 457, 



GREENE, NATHANAEL l6l GREENE, NATHANAEL 



458, 460 

476, 482 

519, 521 

551, 553 

574, 578 

616, 647 

782; 18 

164, 172 

222, 224 

259, 263 

321, 325 

463, 471 

518, 533 

585, 592 

615, 624 

647, 648 

668, 676 

708, 716 

743, 778 

966; 17 

399, 668 

719, 769 

784, 785 

857, 909 

990, 995 

18. 100; 

195, 199 

336, 351 

871, 876 

928, 931 
993; 



463, 464, 468, 469, 470, 

491, 496, 500, 501, 508, 

522, 527, 537, 541, 542, 

562, 567, 568, 572, 573, 

585, 589, 592, 603, 608, 

649, 656, 661, 662, 664, 
Iv, ix, 8, 9, 12, 16, 17, 

175, 199, 200, 202, 209, 

235, 243, 249, 250, 251. 

271, 272, 285, 299, 320, 

342, 451, 456, 457, 462, 

493, 494, 500, 508, 515, 

537, 538, 551, 678, 683, 

593, 595, 600, 607, 614, 

633, 635, 637, 638, 641, 

663, 655, 659, 661, 662, 

685, 686, 692, 693, 700, 

721, 728, 729, 732, 739,. 

779, 788, 881, 882, 942, 

10, 43, 82, 97, 169. 290, 

689, 691, 699, 705, 706, 

770, 771, 772, 773, 781, 

786, 791,* 824, 825, 829, 

953, 955, 958, 959, 984, 
1011, 1016, 1039, 1048; 

18. 28, 99, 105, 118, 120, 

218, 252, 253, 306, 326, 

505, 534, 621, 770, 869, 

881, 882, 884, 909, 910, 

948, 959, 962, 969, 990, 
. 73, 381, 396, 432; 22. 95, 



96, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 109, 
111, 112, 116, 119, 120, 612, 1029. 

act for militia for, 24. 404-5; to de- 
scribe lands granted to, 24. 569- 
570. 

aid to, 22. 730. 

and effects of Guilford C. H. on Br., 

17. vlli-x. 

and exchange of prisoners, 18. 25. 
and support of So. army from N. C, 

18. 702-705, 711, 712, 725, 788-789. 
appointed to succeed Gates, 14. 709. 
at battle of Germantown, 11. 661. 
bill to grant land to, 18. 575, 590, 

597, 683, 703. 

Board of War to on condition and 
movement of troops, 14. 484-486; 
on salt, provisions, &c., 14. 494; 
on commissary dept. and Br. in- 
vasion of Va., 14. 486-487. 

Burke to on breaking his parole 
and answer, 18. 184-186, 214-216; 
on Br. in Va., 16. 550; on Camp- 
bell, 18. 600-601; on exchange of 
prisoners, 18. 312-319; and Tories, 
18. 565-569; on his escape, sup- 



plies and exchange of prisoners, 
18. 278-283; on public affairs, ex- 
change, supplies and Lytle, 18. 
492-493; on supplies and Tory re- 
cruits,* 18. 510-511; on W. I. af- 
fairs, 18. 546-546. 

captures Ninety-Six, 16. 481. 

Caswell and Butler ordered to sup- 
port of, 18. vii. 

comes South, 14. 792. 

correspondence of mentioned, 11. 
v; on prisoners, 18. 114. 

defeated, 17. 1013; at Guilford C. 
H., 17. 1023; at Hobkirk's Hill, 

17. 1028-1029; by Cornwallis, 17. 
1002. 

drafts in favor of, 18. 405. 
draws supplies from N. C, 18. 341. 
driven out of N. C, 17. 986. 
Emmet to on movements of Br., 

&c.. 16. 780-781, 782-783. 
extracts from letters of, 13. 427, 

531; from life of, 16. 182-183. 
fights British in N. J., 11. 814; 

Guilford C. H. battle, 22. 147-9. 
friend of Carrington, 14. 761. 
general orders after Guilford C. H., 

16. 430-431. 
Graham's address on condensed, 22. 

729-31. 
horses for, 16. 587, 634; 18. 120- 

121, 124, 128; impressed for, 17. 

939-940, 943; paid for, 18. 109, 

110. 
in battle of Brandy wine, 11. 621. 
in critical situation, 16. 496-497, 

499-500. 
introduced to Nash by Howe, 22. 

527-8. 
joined by allies and offers battle, 

18. viii. 

joins Morgan, 18. iv. 

lands to from N. C, 18. 688, 713; 
24. 421. 

leads battle at Grermantown, 11. 
643, 644. 

Leslie to on Burke's breaking pa- 
role and answer, 18. 179-180. 

letter from, 14. 483, 484, 493, 769; 
considered, 18. 164, 171; from 
correspondence of, 17. 1038-1041. 

location and purpose, 14. 481. 

losses at Eutaw Springs, 16. 637- 
638. 

makes Davie com. general, 18. v. 

Martin to on Bladen riot and an- 
swer, 18. 720, 723; on exchange 



GREENE, NATHANAEL 152 GREENE, NATHANAEL 



of prisoners and supplies, 18. 403- 
404, 683-4, 699; on flag for Char- 
leston, 18. 319-320; on Montague, 
riot and supplies, 18. 740-742; on 
prisoners and drafts, 18. 694-695; 
on supplies, &c., 18. 707-708, 718- 
719, 725, 742; on supplies, drafts 
bnd lands, 18. 687-688. 

Ikloore and Barnwell to on Amer. 
prisoners, 17. 1044-1046. 

movements^ 16. 433-434,440; 18.981, 
987, 988, 996. 998, 999, 1000, 1001, 
1010. 1011, 1017, 1018, 1019, 1020, 
1022, 1028, 1030, 1031, 1032, 1034, 
1035; 22. 123, 125, 128, 131, 140, 
141, 142, 147, 148, 150, 151, 158. 
159, 191, 192, 193, 208, 210, 220. 
527, 533, 534, 635, 537, 547, 559, 
560. 562. 570, 584; of Comwallls 
against, 16. 522, 523; traced, 18. 
111-vi, vil, vlU. 

moves troop to supplies, 18. lii. 

on left at Germantown, 11. 784. 

on movements of British, 10. 903, 
909-910. 

opinion of on Burke's escape, 18. 
252, 254. 

organizes So. army and its condi- 
tion, 18. ill. 

orders baggage to camp, 16. 468; 
drafts to the Southward, 16. 468; 
from on provisions, 16. 539; salt 
moved inland, 14. 474, 478; Sum- 
ner to S. C, 16. 500; to, 11. 757, 
758; treaty with Cherokees, 18. 
306. 

present to by S. C, 18. 499. 

provides provisions, 16. 481. 

pursues Comwallls and goes to S. 
C, 18. viii; Rawdon, 18. 631. 

quoted on Burke's breaking parole, 
10. 202. 

raises selge of Ninety-Six, 16. 504. 

reduces British positions in S. C, 
16. 471. 

reinforcements for. 16. 533; 17. 
690. 

resigns as Q. M. Q., 16. 56, 57. 

sends aid to Caswell, 18. vl; for 
horses, 16. 624. 

situation and needs of, 17. 919-921, 
933, 939. 

skill praised, 18. 296, 302. 

Sumner to on Br. movements, 16. 
456-457; on drafts, movement of 
troops, &c., 16. 494-495; on mili- 
tia commands, 16. 426; on move- 



ment of troops, &c., 16. 444, 448- 
450, 530-531; on rendezvous of 
troops, 16. 433. 
Sumner (?) to on recruiting troops, 

16. 421. 

supersedes Gates in command, 14. 

721; 16. xiv. 
support of N. 0. to, 18. 994. 996. 

998. 
takes command of So. army. 16. 

170. 
to Armstrong on supplies, 1 6. 650. 
to ask exchange of Tory prisoners, 

17. 788-789, 792. 

to Burke on conduct of campaign, 
&c., 16. 603-607; on his escape, 

18. 330-332; and supplies, 18. 238- 
240; and short enlistments, 18. 
273-276; on his (B's) exchange, 
&c., 18. 444-445. 

to Burke (?), on movements of Br., 
&c., 16. 435-436. 

to discharge cowards at Guilford 
C. H., 17. 840, 930-931, 975-976. 

to Gates on court of inquiry and an- 
swer, 14. 765-768; on reports from 
army, 14. 768. 

to Marberry on condition of So. 
army, 16. 181. 

to Martin on Montague, 18. 768; on 
public affairs, 18. 348-350; on sup- 
plies for army, 18. 448-449; on 
provisions for army, 16. 179. 

to Raiford on Bladen riots and an- 
swer, 18. 723-724. 

to Rawdon on prisoners and execu- 
tion of Hayne, 18. 915-916. 

to relieve Gates, 16. 307. 

to reorganize So. army, 18. 392-393. 

to Rowan on clothing for troops, 1 6. 
182. 

to Stewart on needs of So. army, 18. 
677-680. 

to Sumner on arms and drafts, 18. 
628-629; on arrangement and res- 
ignation of omcers. 18. 930-931; 
on capture of Burke, 16. 644; on 
clothing, supplies, &c., 18. 497- 
498; on movements of Br., &c., 
16. 455-456, 566; on movements 
of troops, &c., 16. 465; on N. C. 
Line, drafts, &c., 18. 666-667; on 
organization of militia, 16. 434- 
435; on reorganization of N. C. 
troops, 14. 792; on supplies and 
public affairs, 18. 574-575; to 
Washington on condition of army. 



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(jREiENLteE, JAMteS 



prisoners, &c., 16. 173-175; on 
movements and condition of army, 
16. 184-186; on recruits, 16. 442. 

tries to secure exchange of Burke, 
18. 17. 

turns on Rawdon^ 16. 536. 

urges Ross to build iron works, 22. 
574. 

wants horses, 22. 583; supplies, 18. 
494-495. 

work of commended, 18. 5. 

Greene, Mrs. Nathanaei, 18. 493. 
Greene, Samuel, in militia, 22. 383. 

Greene, Thos., deserter, 16. 510. 

Greene, Wm., errs in assessment, 18. 
302. 

Greene, Wm., in Assem., 18. 391. 

Greene, Wm., to Sumner on supplies, 
16. 666. 

Greene (Green) Co., Tenn., 8. 782; 17. 
110, 114, 115, 428; 18. 497; 18. 
682, 944; 28. 130, 323, 401, 646, 
680; 21. 144, 183, 236, 497; 22. 
105, 648, 671, 697, 701; 24. 566; 
28. 1251, 1269, 1275, 1277. 
act for station, 24. 974-5; 26. 63; 
for tax for rub. buildings, 24. 810- 
811; on elections to Assembly, 24. 
765-6; to change time of co. ct, 
24. 688-9; to create, 24. 539-40; 
to pardon Franklinites, 24. 820, 
915, 955; 26. 10. 
bill for fort, 21. 123; 128, 129, 173; 
for C. H., &c., 21. 265, 329, 375, 
619, 688; for pardon, &c., of Frank- 
lin leaders, 18. 89, 112, 130, 200, 
322, 354, 355, 416, 440; 20. 169, 
171, 223, 235, 273, 277, 284, 346, 
409. 444-445, 459-460, 465, 5U3, 512. 
553-554; 21. 42. 43, 56, 64, 73, 77, 
110, 114-115, 218, 221, 222, 230, 231- 
232, 239, 256, 285-286, 586, 588. 594, 
598-599; for station in, 20. 569, 
585-586, 593; 22. 728-9; on elec- 
tion of members of Assembly, 20. 
96, 101, 112; on suits in. 20. 577; 
to change lorm of election in, 17. 
402, 404, 407, 419; to create, 18. 
959, 960; 18. 146, 152, 260, 261. 
265; to divide, 18. 526, 536, 538, 
541, 549, 683; 21. 41, 248, 258, 610; 
and on militia, 20. 508, 513-514. 
boundary to be extended, 21. 635. 
Caswell to officers of on Franklin 
State, 20. 707-709, 712; on Frank- 
lin, 22. 685-7, 688. 
certificates of Indian service good 



for taxes, 21. 722. 
complaints of people, 17. 270, 274. 
forms Franklin State, 17. 435-436, 

439-445. 464, 472; 18. 940; 20. 690. 
Franklin State feeling in, 20. 656. 
land entries in, 20. 97-98, 108. 
Martin's proc. to on Franklin State, 

22. 642-7. 
members in Assem., 17. 265; 18. 2, 

226, 243; 18. 1, 129, 231, 366. 400, 

717, 752; 20. 2, 119, 301, 360. 475; 

21. 2. 44, 193. 

members in Conv. 1788 and '89, 22. 
2. 12. 37. 

militia fines remitted, 20. 598. 599. 

officers for, 22. 702; go with Frank- 
lin. 22. 682. 

owes State, 21. 1068, 1074. 

paid for Indian service, 21. 184-185. 

people divided on Franklin State, 

22. 678. 

petition from 18. 4, 32-33, 51, 85-86, 
96, 236. 262, 284, 324; 18. 521, 523, 
524, 585; 20. 529; 21. 73, 77; 
report on. 22. 653-5. 

report on service against Indians, 

20. 535; on N. G. Assem., 22. 722. 
resolve on land entries in, 17. 409. 
surveyor for, 24. 565. 566. 

tax in. 18. 706. 

time for sheriffs to settle. 20. 591. 595 
to go into Wash. Dist. and jurors. 
24. 689-90. 
Greene C. H., Tenn., 22. 725. 
Greene Lick, bill for road to 18. 576, 

592. 
Greenefield, Sir Richard, heirs of claim 
G. under Heath patent. 1. 35-36, 
53. 
Greenesmith, John, settler, 1. 76. 
Greenesville (Greensville), 22. 105. 
act for acadefny in, 24. 867-9; to 
change name of Martinboro to, 24. 
867-9; for free ferry at, 24. 940. 
bill to change name of Martin- 
borough to. 18. 90. 143, 259. 275, 
318, 327. 340. 
See also Greenville. 
Greeneviiie, Tenn., 18. 497. 
Greenland trade, encouragement of. 

1. 500. 
Greenlaw, James, army pay. 17. 215. 
Greenieaf (Greenlee), James, petition, 

21. 231, 234. 367-368. 395, 597, 704. 
Greenlee. See Lee, Green. 
Greenlee, James, coms'r on capitol. 18. 

752. 



GRfiENLiEE, JOHN 



164 



GREGG, FREDERICK 



in Assem., 18. 397. 

in Conv. 1788, 22. 1. 4. 25, 27, 30, 

31, 35. 
memorial. 20. 172, 176, 189, 215, 

350, 361, 364, 368, 393, 401. 
petition, 18. 29, 201-202, 258, 261. 
Greenlee, John, clerk of elections, 10. 

252. 
Greenlees, John, & Co., petition on ex- 
change rate of bills, 8. 16-17. 
Greenlee's Ford, 10. 882. 
Greenlefe's, British at, 14. 775. 
Greenlie, James, school trustee, 24. 

535. 
Green's, J as., 22. 1005. 
Green's, Jos., bill to inspect tobacco 
at, 18. 96, 97, 157, 170, .323, 378, 
379, 392. 
Green's Creek, 2. 172; 6. 653. 
Green's Landing, (Jno.), quit rents 

paid at, 26. 217. 
Green's River, explored, 1. 69, 70. 
Greensborough, N. C, 6. 1218; 8. 743; 
10. xiii; 22. 729. 
on 36th parallel, 1. xxlii. 
Greenville (countersign), 8. 584. 
Greenville, 16. 379, facing 380, 382. 
bill for ferry, 20. 165, 170, 179, 181, 

186, 344, 356-357, 367. 
British near, 16. 456. 
See also Greenesville. 
Greenwich, 1. 975. 
Greenwich, Conn., 8. 1232. 

defense of, 17. 81, 118, 119. 
Greenwich Manor, model for C, 2. 895. 
Greenwood, Capt., stationed at Cape 

Fear, 8. 1028. 
Greenwood, George, army pay, 17. 214. 
Greenwood, Jno., army rank, 18. 1066. 
Greenwood, Richard, land grant to, 4. 

759. 
Greenwood, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 

805. 
Greenwood, Wm., Tory, 22. 229. 
Greer. See Grear, Greear, Grier. 

Greer, , in Conv. 1789, 22. 48. 

Greer, Absalom, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-8. 
Greer, Andrew, building coms'r, 24. 
142. 
claims allowed, 12. 37. 
com. to examine accounts of, 12. 
202, 206, 214, 215, 216; and report 
on, 12. 381, 391-393, 397. 
money to be advanced to for militia, 
12. 37, 39. 
Greer, Andrew, Watayga to be annex- 



ed, 10. 708-711. 
Greer, David, petition, 18. 519, 522. 
Greer, Jno., army rank. 18. 1071. 
Greer, John, petition on separation, 

22. 705-8. 
Greer, Joseph, signs Cumberland Co. 

Ass'n, 10. 29-30. 
Greer, Robert, army pay, 17. 215. 
army rank, 18. 1066. 
court martialed, 12. 491. 
lieut, 10. 943. 

signs Cumberland Co. Ass'n, 10. 
29-30. 
Greerson, Moses, army pay, 17. 214. 
Greever, Rev. John J., sketch of, 8. 

794. 
Greeves. See Graves, Greaves. 
Greeves, Jas., juror, 26. 187. 
Greeves, Jas., quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Greff, John, 8. 735. 
Greganus, Jamea, land grant to, 4. 219. 
Greganus, James, rights proved, 4. 

596. 
Greganus, John, land grant to, 4. 635. 

Gregg, , 8. 43. 

Gregg, Mr., 18. 991. 
Gregg, Mr., claims, 8. 182, 183, 199. 
Gregg, Miss Estelle B., assists on cen- 
sus index, 28. 239c. 
Gregg, Frederialc, account of, 22. 405- 
406. 
allowance to, 22. 826, 829, 834, 837, 

859. 
bill to for services, 22. 474. 
bond as guardian of R. Spaight, 8. 

1042-1043. 
church coms'r, 28. 803. 
claims allowed, 8. 214, 739; not al- 
lowed, 8. 1248, 1250, 1313, 1315. 
congratulates Dobbs, 6. 334-335. 
debts to be collected from, 8. 717. 
gifts to and executor, 22. 298, 299, 

300. 
holds papers of Burrington, 8. 277. 
impresses horse, 22. 819. 
in militia, 22. 283, 306. 
memorial in favor of Smith, 8. 58- 

60. 
petitions on roads and ferries, 6. 

164-166. 
property confiscated, 18. 672; 24. 

263, 424. 
report on company of, 6. 162; on 

militia, 22. 330. 
road coms'r, 28. 910. 
to Dry on seizure of vessels, 7. 177- 
178. 



GREGG, JACOB 



156 



GREGORY, ISAAC 



to Tryon on stamp act proceedings, 

7. 242-243. 
town corns' r, 23. 461. 
tries negro, 7. 685-686. 
Gregg, Jacob, deposition pn illegal 

fees, 7. 782. 
Gregg, John, a J. P., 3. 252. 
Gregg, Quamee, outlawed and drown- 
ed, 22. 859. 
Greggers, Johnston, land grant to, 4. 

1240. 
Greggs, Charles, army pay, 17. 215. 

army rank, 18. 1067. 
Greggs, Minos, in militia, 22. 380. 
Gregor, Christian, visits N. C, 6. 1151. 
Gregorg, Thomas, army pay, 17. 215. 
Gregorle. See Gregory. 
Gregorie, James, claims allowed, 8. 

210. 
Gregorle, Priscilla, resolve in favor of, 

18. 507. 
Gregorie, Thomas, petitions on county 

bounds, 8. 633-634. 
Gregory. See Gregorie, Grigeory, Grig- 

ory. 
Gregory, Mr., Caswell to on adminis- 
tration, 11. 721. 
Gregory, Mr., provisions impressed 

from, 16. 521. 
Gregory, Mr., school trustee, 24. 454. 
Gregory, Mrs., to be administratrix 

of Veal, 11. 721. 
Gregory, Abigail, declines to act as 
administratrix, 11. 797. 
taxable, 16. 191. 
Gregory, Abraham, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Gregory, Adam, army pay, 17. 213. 
Gregory, Alexander, furnishes cattle, 
18. 208; 22. 613. 
on regulation of Cross Creek, 16. 

209-210. 
resigns as J. P., 21. 304, 642. 
Gregory, Asa II, reward to for desert- 
ers, 18. 980. 
Gregory, Caleb, in militia, 17. 1054. 
Gregory, Cornelius, in militia, 17. 

1054. 
Gregory, Dem'y, army pay, 17. 213. 
Gregory, Dempy, army rank, 18. 1067. 
Gregory, Dempsey, commission to as 
Captain in 10th regt., 11. 718- 
719. 
nominated as- major, 18. 617-618t 
on clothes for 10th regt., 11. 670- 

671. 
reward to for deserters, 18. 980. 
resigns command. 13. 419. 



to seize slaves, 18. 529-530. 
Gregory, Francis, claims, 4. 150. 
Gregory, Francis, in militia, 22. 342. 
Gregory, Frederick, quit rents of, 

249. 
Gregory, Grifoth, in militia, 22. 334. 
Gregory, H., witnesses affidavit of 

Hudson, 1. 290. 
Gregory, Hosea, army pay, 17. 213. 
Gregory, Gen. Isaac, 14. 187, 523, 680; 
16. 143, 515; 17. 82; 18. 693; 21. 
844 ; 22. 529. 
a J. P., 23. 995. 
act for him to collect tax arrears, 

24. 626-7. 
aid sent to, 17. 806-807, 808. 
allowance to, 13. 910; 22. 859. 
army rank, 18. 1067. 
at Camden, 18. 995. 
at North West Bridge, 17. 992. 
behaviour of brigade at Camden, 

14. XV. 
bill to collect arrears of taxes, 18. 

573, 588-589, 591, 658, 695. 
Blount resigns regiment into hands 

of, 16. 142. 
Brig. Gen.. 13. 765; 14. x; 18. 804, 

824. 
Burke to on charges against Perqui- 
mons commandant, 18. 237-238; 
on invasion of N. C, 18. 595; on 
privateers and insults, 18. 557. 
church trustee, 8. 638; 28. 960. 
collects supplies, 18. 494; troops, 

14. 728. 
commands in Great Swamp, 22. 556. 
coms'r on Co., 24. 27; on estate of 
Macknlght, 12. 57-58, 59; on navi- 
gation, 24. 931, 966; on school, 26. 
18; to sell loyalists' estates, 18. 
961-962, 976. 
debts due by, 8. 280-281. 
defeated, 22. 1032. 
drafts sent to, 16. 562. 
dues from as sheriff, 8. 573. 
horse furnished to, 16. 207. 
in Assembly, 8. 1189; 18. 1. 3. 24, 
25, 30, 57, 69, 90, 134, 136, 164, 156, 
161, 171, 185; 18. 1, 2, 3, 11, 12, 
87, 89, 103, 129, 130, 132, 151, 168, 
184, 215, 239, 387, 400, 401, 411, 
494, 510, 527, 528, 552, 578, 650; 
28. 1, 3, 5, 18, 25, 26, 27, 37, 
39, 46, 68, 72, 76, 79, 81. 82, 83, 
89, 102, 112, 254, 301, 302, 304, 
519, 322, 324, 326, 328, 370, 347, 
372. 378, 380, 390. 416. 426, 427, 



Gregory, isaac 



166 



GREGORY, LUKE 



431, 432, 434, 438, 475. 476, 478, 
479. 480. 483, 494, 508. 514. 516, 
519, 520, 523, 526. 527, 536, 543, 
544, 545. 546, 547, 550, 555, 567, 
587; 21. 8, 16, 203, 207, 235, 241, 
281, 577. 578, 582, 595, 598, 601, 
612, 627, 634, 641, 648, 660. 

In Conv. 1788, 22. 2, 4, 7. 10. 11, 13, 
25, 27, 29, 32. 

In Conv. 1789, 22. 36. 47, 48. 

in Prov. Cong., 8. 1179, 1180, 1181; 
10. 915. 

killed (reported) at Camden, 16. 
271. 

letter mentioned. 16. 508, 514; 16. 
115; 17. 700, 816, 884; considered. 
17. 902. 975. 

lieut. col. and colonel. 10. 205, 532. 

location. 16. 469. 

looks after Macknight's effects, 1 1 . 
263. 

Martin to on Hritish threats in Eden- 
ton, 16. 706-707; on court martial 
of Blount. 16. 797-798. 

may fail. 16. 536. 

memorial, 20. 70; considered, 17. 
360-361. 388. 393. 

militia sent to aid of. 17. 683. 690, 
692, 761, 765; serve under, 17. 97. 

money and arms to. 14. 378. 

nom. for C. of S.. 21. 251. 611. 

number of militia under. 14. 407, 
410; of troops with, 14. 424. 

on com. of Assem., 0. 1197; 18. 32; 
17. 277, 297, 316; 18. 4, 12, 14, 
32, 36, 37. 39, 40, 56, 74, 76, 98, 
121. 150. 163, 200, 206. 237, 243. 
270, 271. 272. 274, 283, 334. 346. 
371, 386. 

on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 917, 952, 
961. 

on S. C. of Edenton Dist., 10. 215. 

only one surgeon in camp of, 16. 
507. 

opposes Leslie in Va., 16. xiii. 

orders draft. 16. 364. 

paper to. 18. 470. 

payment and gun powder to. 17. 
707. 710. 713, 786, 787, 791, 792. 

payments to for public, 12. 611. 

promoted, 14. 333. 

provisions not collected for, 17. 806- 
807. 808, 890. 

receives pay for soldiers, 17. 209, 
228, 234, 260. 

recruiting officer. 22. 928. 

reinforcements to. 17. 890. 



reports on frauds. 18. v. 

roster of Co., 18. 1006, 1017, 1033, 

1045, 1052. 1067, 1078-79, 1092. 

1116, 1137, 1147, 1159. 1187. 
sheriff. 8. 459. 
slow, 14. 829. 
to be commissioned as Brig. Qen.. 

13. 782-783. 

to Burke on British evacuation of 
Portsmouth, Va., 16. 618-619; on 
his escape, &c., 18. 228-229; on 
capture of Tories, 18. 260-261. 

to Caswell on militia of first brigade, 
16. 353; on promotions, &c.. 11. 
580; on recruiting and answer, 

14. 149-150, 174. 

to collect brigade, 14. 771. 
to court martial Harvey, 17. 808. 
to deliver bills, 18. 432. 437. 
to Nash on British invasion of Va., 
16. 149; on condition of troops. 
14. 842; on British in Va., 16. 
156-157. 
to obey Smallwood. 14. 402. 
to procure arms, 10. 525. 
to receive letters, 21. 173. 
to seize goods, 10. 474. 
to take charge of loyalists' property, 

10. 565. 
troops for, 22. 1030, 1031. 
troops of in Continental service. 21. 
461. 
Gregory, isascl. in army. 18. 514. 
Gregory. Jacob, in militia. 17. 1054. 
Gregory, Jacob, juror, 4. 518. 
Gregory. James, army pay, 17. 215. 
army rank. 18. 1069. 
in Assem., 18. 393. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 2, 6, 25. 28, 29, 
32. 
Gregory. James, imported, 2. 3. 
Gregory. James, juror. 4. 519. 
Gregory. James, petitions on roads 

and ferries. 6. 164-166. 
Gregory, James, petitions on county 

bounds, 8. 633-634. 
Gregory. Jas.. quit rents of. 22. 249. 
Gregory. Job. juror, 4. 519. 
Gregory. Job. quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Gregory. John, goods of impressed. 16. 

524. 
Gregory. Jno.. in militia, 22. 343. 
Gregory. Jno.. in militia. 22. 346. 
Gregory. John, land grant to. 4. 1251. 
Gregory, John, quit rents of. 22. 249. 
Gregory. Luke, Juror, 2. 699. 
Gregory, Luke, juror, 4. 616. 



GREGORY, M. 



157 



GREY, JOHN 



land grant to, 4. 703. 
quit rents of. 22. 256. 
road coms'r, 28. 214. 
Gregory, M., prisoner, 22. 551. 
Gregory, Richard, juror, 4. 518. 
Gregory, Richard, juror, 4. 521. 
Gregory, Rich., juror, 26. 187. 
Gregory, Richd., quit rents of, 22. 247. 
Gregory, Robt., army rank, 16. 1068. 
Gregory, Sampson, juror, 4. 518. 
Gregory, Samuei, in militia, 17. 1054. 
Gregory, Samuei, in militia, 22. 327. 
Gregory, SamM, in militia, 22. 356. 
Gregory, Samuei, juror, 4. 517. 

land grant to, 4. 448, 631. 
Gregory, Thos., army rank, 16. 1063. 
Gregory, Thos., army rank, 16. 1071. 
Gregory, Thos., in militia, 22. 347. 
Gregory, Thos., pensioner, 22. 66. 
Gregory, Thos., Jr., juror, 26. 187. 
Gregory, Thos., Sr., juror, 26. 187. 
Gregory, W., witnesses Brockwell's 

affidavit, 1. 300. 
Gregory, Wm., a J. P., 4. 895. 
juror, 4. 518. 
land grant to, 4. 590. 
petitions on roads and ferries, 6. 

164-166. 
to Dry on seizure of vessels, 7. 177- 

178. 
Gregory, Wm., army rank, 16. 1062. 
Gregory, Wm., in militia, 22. 384. 
Gregory, Wm., pensioner, 22. 67. 
Gregory, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Gregory, Wm., to Caswell on adminis- 
tration, 11. 797-798. 
Gregory, Wm. M., resigns as J. P., 18. 

31, 262, 264. 
Gregory, Wiliis, army pay, 17. 215. 

in army, 16. 730; 16. 797. 
Grenada, 16. 409. 
Grenada, battle off, 14. 190. 
Grenade, John, land grants to, 4. 703. 

762. 
Grenades, instructions to gov., 11. 242- 

243. 
Grenadiers, at Guilford C. H., 17. 1003, 

1004. 
Grenock, Scot., ship from captured, 

16. 71. 
Grenville (Grevllle), Mr., Secretary, 

6. 1015. 
at Board of Trade meeting. 4. 883. 

936-945, 1030-1031, 1225-1235, 1315- 

1317; 6. 26-29, 166-172; 6. 275- 

277, 628-629; 8. 811-812; 16. 377- 

379. 



Grenviiie, Mr., peace commissioner, 
16. 386. 

relieved as peace commissioner, 16. 
440-441. 
Grenviiie, George, will not return to 

power, 7. 517. 
Grenviiie (Geville), J., to Bedford on 
charges against Johnston. 4. 930- 
935. 

to Dobbs on public affairs, 6. 412- 
417. 

to Johnston on indigo, &c., 4. 870- 
872. 

to King on debts law, 4.' 847; on de- 
fenceless state of North Carolina, 
6. 395-396; on McCulloh's quit 
rent petition, 6. 122-123; on Mc- 
Culloh's offsetting quit rents with 

5. C. debts, 11. 119-120; on N. C 
acts, 8. 248-252; on Queen's Col- 
lege act, 8. 596; on repeal of laws 
and enactment of new ones, 6. 
397-399; on representation act, 
land grant and quit rent acts., &c., 

6. 81-108; on size of land grants, 
6. 396-397. 

to Martin on laws to be disallowed, 

8. 597-598. 
to Privy Council on complaint of 
Palatines vs. Pollock, 4. 873-875; 
on S. C. boundary, 8. 573-574. 
to Tryon on laws of 1768 and 1769, 
6. 264-267. 

Gresham, John, property of to be seiz- 
ed, 16. 293. 

Gresham Coliege, 1. 155. 

Gressets, George, land grant to, 4. 968. 

Gressett, Wm., 6. 1190. 

Grest, Henry, petitions for lands, 4. 
954-956. 

Gretten, Nathaniel, petitions on land 
grants, 8. 1260-1263. 

Grevllle, Dodington, trustee for a Pro- 
prietor, 8. 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 
42, 43, 44, 45, 46; 4. 656, 657, 662. 
owns and sells share of C, 11. 86- 
91, 99. 

Grevinchorlj, 2. 584. 

Grey. See Gray. 

Grey, , Q. M., dead 16. 757. 

Grey, Mr., sells land. 4. 934, 941. 

Grey, Lieut., dead, 16. 757. 

Grey, Frederick, a J. P., 4. 1039. 

Grey, John, complaint of land entry 
by, 2. 428-429. 
juror, 2. 548. 
law suit, 1. 609. 



GREY, JOHN 



158 



GRIEVANCES COM. 



reports action of Va. on disputed 
lands, 2. 375. 

witness, 2. 554. 
Grey, John, recommended, 22. 314. 
Grey, Jos., in militia, 22. 371. 
Grey, Lodwick, quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Grey, Mathew, settler, 1. 76. 
Grey (Gray), Peter, deputy marshal, 

1. 417. 

seizes tools, 1. 579. 

sells land, 1. 578. 

witness, 1. 421, 422. 
Grey, Richard, asks for lapsed land, 2. 

378. 
Grey, Samuel in army, 18. 512. 
Grey, Thos., buys land, 1. 573. 
Grey, Wm., asks for lapse patent, 2. 390. 
Grey, Wm., in army, 18. 513. 
Grey, Wm., in militia, 22. 387. 
Grey, Wm., juror, 2. 556. 

loses farm, 8. 364. 
Grey, Wm., land grant to, 4. 221. 
Grey, Wm., ordered to attend council, 

2. 500. 

Greys, John, 23. 383. 

Grible, Thos., in militia, 22. 396. 

Grice. See Grist. 

Grice, Mr., 11. 780. 

GrIce, Francis, land grant to, 4. 350, 
353. 

Grice, Gabl., army rank, 16. 1070. 

Grice, Richard, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 
• 62. 
See also Grist, Richard. 

Grice, Wm., pensioner, 22i 67. 

Qrider, Job, pensioner, 22. 67. 

Grier. See Grear, Greear, Greer. 

Grier, Andrew, officer, 22. 702. 

Grier (Greer), John, memorial, 21. 
253, 288-289, 297, 605, 616, 641. 

Grier, Robert, claims allowed, 10. 830. 

Grier, Wm., petitions for pardon, 19. 
525, 527. 

Grieson, Rev. Jacob, work of, 8. 782. 

Grievances, act for redress of, 26. 154- 
156. 
action of committee on, 6. 245. 
committee and report on, 4. 744-746, 
817, 823-825; 6. 55, 240, 247, 297, 
298, 299, 300, 523, 547-9, 690, 1043, 
1052; 8. 364, 365, 405, 805, 812, 
817, 896, 1153, 1263, 1269. 1279; 

7. 345, 571; 8. Ill, 118, 309, 313, 
339, 388, 453; 9. 740, 1197, 1198; 
passes resolves against Dobbs 
and Spaight and answer to same, 

8. 269-276. 



petition on from Anson Co., 8. 75-80. 

presented by Assembly, 8. xviii-xz, 
xxi. 

redress of, remedies for, 28. 978. 
Grievances and Propositions Commit- 
tee, and reports on, 18. 21, 22, 24, 
25, 36, 52, 53, 67, 69, 70, 80, 82, 
84, 87, 92, 100, 104, 105, 106-108, 
112, 132, 162, 163; 17. 277, 278, 
283, 284, 287, 288, 290, 291, 292- 
294, 298, 304, 305, 315, 319, 322, 
332, 333, 340, ^44, 346, 347, 797, 
798, 807. 817, 849, 884, 885, 901, 
903, 908, 938, 944, 945; 18. 9, 10, 
11 13, 14, 15, 26, 28, 29, 34, 46, 
58, 61, 66, 68, 69, 77, 108, 128, 145, 
148, 183, 207, 237, 239, 241, 242, 
246, 256, 268, 260, 275, 277, 287, 
288, 289, 293, 295, 299. 303. 330. 

349, 350, 354-355, 364, 365, 369, 370, 
396, 402, 403, 405, 407, 413-414, 473, 
474, 475; 19. 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 13, 14, 
15, 16. 23, 24, 26. 40, 41, 49, 50, 
56, 63, 71, 72, 87, 92, 121, 406, 407, 
409, 411, 412, 413, 416, 418, 423, 
425, 429, 433, 436, 437-439, 440, 441, 
442, 445, 447, 451. 455, 456, 476, 
502, 504, 507, 511, 513, 514, 516, 
518, 519, 520, 521, 523, 524, 525, 
527, 530, 534. 551, 552-553, 554, 555, 
556, 559, 563, 566, 567. 568, 570, 
574, 577, 579-580, 582, 584, 588, 591, 
592, 594, 595, 596, 599, 600, 604, 
608, 609, 610, 618, 622, 623, 627, 
628, 629, 630, 636, 637, 638, 641, 
649, 652, 654, 655, 662, 663, 665, 
668, 669, 670, 671, 674, 677, 692, 
703-705, 730, 732, 733, 735, 736, 742. 
743, 747, 748, 749, 750, 752, 756, 
757, 769, 770, 773, 775, 776, 777, 
778, 782, 787, 788, 797, 798, 799, 
825, 827; 20. 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 14, 16, 
17, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 36, 
38, 47, 52, 55, 56, 57, 59, 63, 84, 
105, 123, 124, 127, 128, 130, 131, 
133, 137, 138, 141, 143, 145, 148, 
150, 151, 152, 154, .157, 158, 159, 
167, 168, 173, 174, 186, 192, 193, 
200, 204, 214, 216, 217, 224, 231, 
232, 236, 269, 306, 309, 310, 311, 
313, 314, 315, 322, 324, 325, 327, 
328, 332, 334, 335. 338, 341, 347, 

350, 351, 357. 368, 369, 375, 376, 
377, 383, 385, 389, 394. 399, 401, 
408, 418, 421. 426, 428, 429, 433, 
435, 436, 449, 450, 471, 478, 479, 
483, 486, 487, 489, 490, 491, 495, 



GRIEVANCES COM. 



159 



GRIFFIN, HARDY 



496, 501. 502. 503, 504. 508, 509 

510. 517, 520, 522, 524. 525, 529 

530. 537, 539, 546, 548, 550, 551 

552, 553, 555, 559, 562, 565, 566 
571, 572, 578, 589; 21. 6, 8, 13, 14 
15, 17, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 33. 40 
43, 46. 48, 49, 53, 56, 60, 62. 67 
68, 71, 72. 73, 81, 83, 89, 90. 94 

98. 99, 100, 101, 102, 104, 105, 107 

108, 112. 118, 119, 120, 123, 130 

131, 135, 136, 137. 139, 141, 150 

151, 152, 158, 159, 167, 168, 169 

170, 171, 174, 179. 181, 198, 199 

202, 204, 207, 208, 209, 216, 219 

220, 221, 227, 229. 230, 231, 234 

235, 236, 238, 243, 244, 245, 247 

248. 252, 253, 254, 256, 260, 261 

264, 266, 267, 268, 269, 270, 271 

272, 273, 274, 275, 276, 283, 284 

285, 289, 290, 291, 292, 293, 297 

298, 300, 301, 303, 308. 310, 314 

316, 323, 324, 330. 331, 333, 334 

336. 337, 338, 341, 342, 343, 351 

354, 355, 357, 358, 361, 362. 363 

367. 385, 397, 402, 417, 418, 577 

579, 582, 586, 587, 591, 594, 595 

597, 606, 607, 608, 609, 610, 616 

617, 619. 621, 622, 627, 631, 633 

636, 638, 641. 645, 648, 650, 653 

657, 658, 667, 671. 677, 679, 681 

682, 687, 707, 732, 737, 738, 739 

740, 741. 743, 744, 745, 746, 747 

748, 749, 750, 751. 752. 753, 754 

755, 757, 758, 760, 761. 764, 765 

767, 769. 770, 771, 773. 778, 779 

781, 782, 785, 791, 792, 793, 795 

802, 807, 808, 810, 811, 812, 813 

814, 820. 824. 825. 827, 828, 829 

830, 831, 834, 843, 847, 848, 849 

875. 876, 879, 880, 883, 884, 885 

888, 890, 891, 892, 894, 895, 898 

899, 900, 901, 902, 904. 905. 909 

913, 914, 915, 919, 920. 921, 922 

924, 925, 926, 928, 930, 931, 932 

933, 936, 939, 943, 945. 949, 950 

951, 952, 953, 956. 959. 960, 961 

964. 969. 976. 977, 978, 983, 984 

988, 989, 990. 994, 995, 996, 998 
1000, 1002. 1005, 1006, 1007, 1012 
1016. 1019. 1020, 1028, 1034, 1038 
1039. 1040. 

Grifen, , law suit. 1. 480. 

Grifen, Owen, In militia, SS. 163. 

Griffen, Ben J., land grant to, 4. 1238. 

Griffen, Geo., juror. 26. 187. 

Griffen, Jno., in militia, 22. 319. 

Griffen, John, Juror, 4. 523. 



Griffen, John, juror, 4. 525. 

Griffen, Jonae, in militia, 22. 319. 

Griffen, Martin, juror, 4. 525. 

Griffen, Wm., quit rents of. 22. 241. 

Griffin, , law suit. 1. 587. 

Griffin, , dies of small pox, 11. 836. 

Griffin, Capt. petition, 1A. 634, 635. 

Griffin, Col., witness. 20.. 234. 

Griffin, i^laj., commands Whigs on Cape 
Fear, 22. 585. 
ordered out and inquiry on, 22. 544, 

545. 
quoted, 22. 553. 

Griffin, IMaj., owes state, 21. 1069. 

Griffin, Andrew, regulator, 8. 79. 

Griffin, BenJ., in militia, 22. 323. 

Griffin, BenJ., in militia, 22. 323. 

Griffin, Benjamin, juror, 8. 529. 

Griffin, Benjamin, juror, 8. 529. 

Griffin, Charles, account of, 1. 702. 
employed as reader, 1. 684. 
establishes school in Pasquotank 

Co., 1. 714. 
good work of, 1. 689. 
sins and turns Quaker. 1. 721. 

Griffin, Cyrus, coms'r to treat with So. 
Indians, 21. 562, 663. 
Johnston to on C. C. and answer, 21. 

457, 464, 471. 
president C. C, 21. 441. 

Griffin, Daniel, army rank, 18. 1067. 

Griffin, David, petitions for division of 
Orange Co., 9. 809. 

Griffin, Dempsy, army rank, 18. 1069. 

Griffin, Edmund, army rank, 18. 1062. 

Griffin, Edmund, in army, 13. 520. 

Griffin, Edwd., army rank, 18. 1070. 

Griffin, Edward, juror, 4. 525. 

Griffin, Ephnets., juror, 4. 525. 

GrifTin, Ezekl., army rank, 18. 1067. 

Griffin, Ezkl., army rank, 16. 1069. 

Griffin, George, army pay, 17. 214. 

Griffin, George, bound over to court. 2. 
446. 448. 471. 

GrifTin, Hardy, in Assembly, 12. 816. 
872, 879; 13. 630, 697, 708, 709, 
712, 717, 721; 17. 722, 826; 18. 
2, 3. 18, 24, 59, 61. 69. 90. 134; 
19. 1, 2. 6. 11, 82. 87, 89, 115, 116, 
129, 130, 168, 184, 215, 378, 383, 
388. 389, 610; 20. 2, 3. 39, 68. 72, 
302, 303, 328. 347 369, 372, 378, 
380, 390, 426, 427. 431, 434. 437, 
455, 473; 21. 581, 670, 680. 694, 
696, 697, 726, 730, 781, 801, 806, 
815, 839. 845. 852, 860, 862, 867. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 38, 47. 48. 



GRIFFIN. HENRY 



160 



GRIFFITH, EDWARD 



on com. of Assembly, 18. 24, 32, 
132; 17. 727, 755; 18. 15, 47, 98, 
245, 285. 

petitions for Wheatfield, 18. 660. 
Griffin, Henry, army pay, 17. 213. 
Griffin, isaac, army rank, 16. 1066. 
Griffin, Jacob, army pay, 17. 214. 
Griffin, Jacob, in militia, 22. 324. 
Griffin, Jaa., army rank, 18. 1064. 
Griffin, Jas., army rank, 18. 1065. 
Griffin, Jaa., army rank, 18. 1069. 
Griffin, Jas., army rank, 16. 1070. 
Griffin, Jannes, asks for new county, 8. 

89-90. 
Griffin, James, asks for new county, 8. 

89-90. 
Griffin, James, in army, 18. 518. 
Griffin, Jas., in militia, 22. 358. 
Griffin, Jas., quit rents of, 22. 256. 
Griffin, James, patroler, 10. 63. 
Griffin, James, regulator, 8. 79. 
Griffin, Jesse, army rank, 16. 1068. 
Griffin, John, 22. 292. 
Griffin, John, a J. P., 16. 693. 
Griffin, John, a J. P., 28. 994. 
Griffin, John, army pay, 17. 216. 
Griffin, John, in army, 16. 731. 
Griffin, John, in militia, 17. 1059. 
Griffin, Jno., in militia, 22. 323. 
Griffin, John, land grant to, 4. 631. 
Griffin, John, memorial, 18. 560, 562. 
Griffin, John, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Griffin, John, quit rents of, 22. 245. 
Griffin, John, town coms'r, 24. 308. 
Griffin, Jones, juror, 7. 846. 
Griffin, Jos., Jr., in militia, 22. 358. 
Griffin, Jos., 8r., in militia, 22. 358. 
Griffin, Josh., army rank, 16. 1062. 
Griffin, Lawrence, army pay, 17. 215. 
Griffin, Martin, appraiser 2. 42. 
Griffin, i^artin, army pay, 17. 215. 

army rank, 16. 1068. 
Griffin, i^artin, quit rents of, 22. 245. 
Griffin, i^oses, memorial, 8. 64-65; 20. 
86. 

pensioned, 8. 131, 206, 213, 214, 220; 

17. 382, 389; 18. 441, 480, 775, 
824. 

wounded and pensioned, 22. 431-2, 
482. 
Grffiin, Ned, act to set free, 24. 639. 
memorial and bill to enfranchise, 

18. 502, 507, 552, 603, 609. 612, 
641, 661. 

Griffin, Owen, takes oath, 22. 177. 
Griffin, Rich'd, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Griffin, Robt., army rank, 16. 1065. 



Griffin, SamM, in militia, 22. 324. 
Griffin, Soiomon, army pay, 17. 214. 
Griffin, Thos., in militia, 22. 453. 
Griffin, Thos., pensioner, 22. 67. 
Griffin, Wm., army rank, 18. 1063. 
Griffin, Wm., army rank, 16. 1066. 
Griffin, Wm., army rank, 16. 1069. 
Griffin, Wm., in army, 18. 509. 
Griffin, Wm., in militia, 22. 345. 
Griffin, Wm., juror, 26. 188. 
Griffin, Wm., petition, 21. 324, 400, 

424. 658, 681, 721. 
slave enfranchised, 18. 603, 609, 

612, 641, 661. 
Griffin, William, whipped, 1. 732. 
Griffins, Edward, land grant to, 4. 

1246. 
Griffins, Epenetus, land grant to, 4. 

348. 
Griffins, John, land grants asked, 4. 

454. 
Griffins, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 1251. 
Griffis, Ma}., keeps men together, 22. 

571. 
Griffis, Allen, army rank, 16. 1062. 
Griffis, John, army j>ay, 17. 215. 
Griffis, John, army pay, 17. 215. 
Griffis, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 325. 
Griffis, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 1241. 
Griffis, Wm., receives pay for soldiers, 

17. 189. 202, 215. 
Griffith, Mr., does not furnish neces- 
saries, 11. 713. 
fails in his duties, 16. 698; to fur- 
nish medicines. 11. 445. 
Griffith, IMr., in Md. Leg., 16. 794. 
Griffith (Griffin?), IMaj., 22. 585. 
Griffith, Edward, 22. 288. 
Griffith (Griffiths), Edward, a J. P., 4. 

953. 
coms'r on capitol, 28. 348; on 

buildings, 28. 365. 
deposition on land warrants, 4. 

1091-1092, 1100; examined, 4. 1138. 
has blank patents in office, 4. 1104, 

1119, 1121. 
land grant proved, 4. 701; land 

grant to, 4. 643, 710, 1033, 1250; 

changed and surrendered, 4. 885. 
method of issuing lana warrants, 4. 

1077-1078. 
petition on trade, 6. 321-324. 
takes fees, 4. 1126, 1127. 
Griffith, Edwd., army rank, 16. 1066. 
Griffith, Edward, col. of militia, 

316. 
report on regt. of, 22. 320-2. 



GRIFFITH, EDWARD 



161 



(IRIMKE. 



Griffith, Edward, in militia, 17. 1056. 
Griffith, Edward, lot of vested in 

school trustees, 24. 608. 
Griffith, Gray, quit rents of, S2. 249. 
Griffith, Henry, army pay, 17. 214. 
Griffith, Isaac, army pay, 17. 218. 

army rank, 16. 726; 16. 1067. 
Griffith, Isaac, in army, 16. 727. 
Griffith, Isaac, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Griffith, Jeremiah, in militia, 22. 276. 
Griffith, John, petition, 19. 63; con- 
sidered, 18. 96-97. 
Griffith, Peter, land grants to, 4. 970. 
Griffith, Maj. Roger, 22. 215. 

commands in Chatham, 18. 236. 

in Assembly, 17. 264, 266, 293, 298, 
304, 354, 364, 365, 366, 368. 387, 
391, 395, 406, 409. 425. 

letter of considered, 16. 217. 

major, 19. 855. * 

resigns as colonel, 21. 798, 959, 964. 

Rosser to on Tories, 18. 210-211. 

sheriff, 21. 1073. 

tax collector, 16. 706. 

to Butler on Tories, 16. 212-213. 

to Fanning on peace. 22. 222-3, 239. 

town coms'r, 24. 882. 
Griffith, Samuel, land warrant to, 18. 

164. 
Griffith, Stephen, quit rents of, 22. 

249. 
Griffith, Willis, army pay, 17. 214. 
Griffith, Zaddock, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Griffiths, J no., army rank, 18. 1062. 
Griffiths, Samuel, land grant asked, 

4. 706. 
Griffiths, Susanna, estate to, 8. 534. 
Griffs, Reuben, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Griffy, Capt., president court martial. 

16. 736. 
Griff y, John, in Indian war, 10. 759. 
Griften, BenJ., land grant to, 4. 759. 
Grig, Will, peUtion from, 1. 145-149. 
Grigeory. See Gregory. 
Grigeory, Chas., in militia, 22. 349. 
Grigeory, Theos., in militia. 22. 349. 
Grigeory, Thos., in militia, 22. 349. 
Grigg. See Griggs. 
Grigg, Jacob, regulator. 7. 734. 
Grigg, Jacob, regulator, 7. 734. 
Grigg, John, land grant to, 4. 891.. 
Griggers, Johnston, rights proved, 4. 

1239. 
Griggs, Charles, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Griggs, Francis, land grant to, 4. 1249. 
Griggs, Leonard, in militia, 22. 373. 
Qrigory. See Gregory. 
Qrigory. Caleb, in militia, 22. 347. 



509. 



66. 



Grigory, Charles, juror, 4. 524. 

Grigory, Cornelius, in militia, 22. 334. 

Grigory, Jacob, in militia, 22. 349. 

Grigory, Jas., in militia, 22. 349. 

Grigory, Jas., in militia, 22. 349. 

Grigory, Job, in militia, 22. 349. 

Grigory, John, juror, 4. 524. 

Grigory, Nathan, in militia, 22. 349. 

Grigory, Theopheius, in militia, 
347. 

Grigory, Thos., in army. 18. 

Grigsby, Moses, pensioner. 

Grikin, Zacha, juror 4. 525. 

GrII, Mr., Council meets at house of, 
2. 313. 

Grills, Richard, 2. 400. 

Grimbaii, Paul, receiver, 1. 383. 
to be restored, 1. 382. 

Grimes. See Grymes. 

Grimes, Mr., 14. 621. 

Grimes, Col., troops of on Catawba 
River, 14. 778. 

Grimes, Absalom, 8. 742. 

Grimes, Absalom, in militia, 22. 345. 

Grimes, Barnabas, asks for new coun- 
ty, 9. 89-90. 

Grimes, Dempsey, coroner, 9. 298. 
on S. C. of Pitt, 16. 37, 62. 

Grimes, Dempsy, a J. P., 6. 1007. 

Grimes, Ed^ in militia, 22. 417. 

Grimes, Eilsha, army rank, 18. 1062. 

Grimes, John, receives pay for sol- 
diers, 17. 193, 214, 238. 239. 

Grimes, Joseph, Watauga to be an- 
nexed. 10. 708-711. 

Grimes, Joslah, army pay, 17. 214. 

Grimes, Nathan, claim, 6. 489. 

Grimes, Nathan, in militia, 22. 372. 

Grimes, Richard, com'r to impress 
horses, 17. 939-940. 

Grimes, Robert, in militia, 10. 99. 

Grimes, Robert, on S. C. of Pitt. 16. 
99, 243. 
patroler, 10. 63. 

Grimes, Samuel, petitions for Windsor 
as C. H., 6. 804-806. 

Grimes, Wm., army pay, 17. 214. 

Grimes, Wm., army pay. 17. 214. 

Grimes, Wm., army rank, 16. 1071. 

Grimes, Wm^ building coms'r, 24. 238. 

Grimes, Wm., in miliUa. 22. 416. 

Grimes, Wm., juror, 7. 843. 

Grimes, Wm., to procure arms, 16. 
525. 

Grimes (Grimm) family, 8. 742. 

Grimke, , 17. 127. 

Grimke, , collection of. 2. 883; 

extract from. 2. 836. 



11 



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162 



GROVE, WM. BARRY 



16. 



Grimke, Lt. Col., dispute over, 16. 

675. 
Grimke, J., prisoner. 18. 671. 
Grimke, Judge J. F., to Harrington 

on Fed. Const'n in N. C, 21. 521- 

522; on gin, 21. 557, 565-566. 
Grimkie, Col., to Kean on battle of 

Stono. 14. 311-313. 
Qrimkie, MaJ., 14. 271. 

takes artillery to town. 14. 324. 
Grimmer, Robert, in militia, 9. 696. 
Grimmer, Robert, on S. C. of Pitt. 16. 

37, 61. 
Grimsley, Charles, army pay. 17. 215. 
Grinage, J no., army rank, 18. 1071. 
Grindal (Grindel) Creek, 4. 68, 69; 

24. 826. 
Grindal Swamp, 8. 333. 
Grinder, Jacob, in militia, 22. 315. 
Grinder, Jno., army rank, 16. 1067. 
Grinder, John, to attend on Prov. 

Cong., 10. 927. 
Grindle. John, .petitions on land 

grants. 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-252. 
Grindstaff, Michs, army rank, 16. 

1069. 
Grindstaff, Michl., army rank, 

1070. 
Grindstaff, Nicholas, army pay, 17. 

213. 
Grindy, Thos., pay to, ^«. 500. 
Gring, Fagan, Regulator, 8. 79. 
Grisham, Major, army rank, 16. 1071. 
Grisham, James, 8r., pensioner, 22. 

67. 
Griss, Anthony, army pay, 17. 214. 
Grissel, Willy, army rank, 16. 1070. 
Grissom, Robt., army rank, 16. 1065. 
Grissom, Wm., in militia, 22. 419. 
Grissum, Robert, army pay, 17. 215. 
Grist. See Grice. 
Grist, Benjamin, patroler, 10. 63. 
Grist, John, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 38. 
Grist, Moses, Capt. of light horse, 18. 

734fir. 
Grist (Grice), Richard, in Assembly, 
21. 193. 195, 233, 264, 294, 305, 
344, 345, 367, 372, 379, 382, 402, 
411, 431. 846, 871, 872, 965, 1017, 
1024, 1052. 
in cony. 1789, 22. 36, 47, 48. 
on Pitt S. C, 10.' 37, 295. 670. 
patroler, 10. 63. 
Grist, Wm., 21. 765. 
Grist Mill, act to encourage building 
of, 2. 206-207; 28. 485-7; 24. 
131-3. 
Grists, inspection at, 25. 313. 379. 



Griswit, Thos., army rank. 18. 1064. 
Gritz of Chicamaga, signs treaty, 17. 

585. 
Grizzard, Thos., gun impressed, 22. 

414. 
Gro, J as., army rank, 16. 1068. 
Grogan, Jno., army rank, 18. 1068. 
Grogan, Jas., army rank. 16. 1067. 
Groom, Catharine, murdered, 2. 640, 

664, 665. 
Groom, John, land grant to, 4. 964. 
Groom, Thos., wife murdered, 2. 640, 

664, 665. 
Groom, Wm., payment to, 22. 442. 
Grooms, John, land grant to, 4. 894. 
Groon, Samuel, petitions on roads 

and ferries, 6. 164-166. 
Gros, Christian, petitions, 19.- 927. 
Groseclose, Rev. Levi C, sketch, 8. 

796. 
Grosnendeyk, Corn., memorial on 

school, 7. 35-36. 
Gross, Sol., in assem., 19. 381. 
Gross, Solomon, in militia, 22. 453. 
exempted from pardon. 7. 851. 
In assembly, 13. 785, 786, 812, 813. 

823. 
juror, 10. 2, 4, 5, 6, 8. 
regulator, 7. 813. 
Grosvenor, MaJ., 12. 515. 

field officer, 12. 530. 547. 
Grosvenor Square, 18. 536, 560. 

20. 661, 662. 
Grotius (Gertius), Hugo, Defensio 

Fides Catholicae. 2. 584. 
Groton, Conn., defense of, 17. 81. 
Grott, Francis, prisoner. 17. 1045. 
Grove, Billy, 16. 1001. 
Grove, Richard, dead. 7. 390. 

surety, 6. 992-993. 

Grove, Wm., in assem., 21. 729, 730. 

740. 760, 775, 776, 782, 801, 815, 

846, 852, 860, 862, 867. 887. 

Grove (Grave). Wm. Barry, 22. 812, 

com'r on public buildings, 21. 163, 

177, 192. 

in assem., 20. 119, 121, 125, 146, 
149, 167, 179, 202, 239, 285, 287, 
308, 330, 337; 21. 1, 3, 7, 38, 42, 
47. 52, 57, 61. 66, 67. 68, 73, 74, 77. 
81, 94. 109, 110, 115, 130, 154, 160, 

178, 179, 189, 193, 195, 198. 199, 
207, 210, 214, 234, 248, 264. 268. 
271. 285, 288, 290. 294, 298. 305. 
325, 332, 344, 353, 372. 411. 431, 
578, 584. 630, 634, 646. 737, 779, 
781. 797. 818. 871, 874. 875, 882, 
907, 911, 914. 930, 931. 936, 937. 



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163 



(iUILFORD, ISAAC; 



956, 958, 965, 970. 974, 976, 980, 
985, 1003, 1004. 1006, 1012, 1013. 
1015, 1016, 1031, 1032, 1050, 1055, 
1082. 
In conv. 1788. 22. 1. 4. 7, 25, 27, 

29. 34. 
in conv. 1789. 22. 36. 39, 42, 47. 

48. 
navigation com'r, 26. 98. 
petition on Martinique debt, 21. I 

252. 
trustee univ., 26. 22. 
Grove Academy, act to charter, 24. 

752-3. 
Grove Church, 5. 1199. 
G rover, James, Swinhow in militia, 

16. 399. 
Grover, Peter, army pay, 17. 215. 
Grover, Richard, summon to, 22. 868. 
Groves, Ensign, payment to for troops. 

6. 206. 
Groves, Arthur, army pay. 17. 215. 
Groves, Richard, in assembly, 2. 611, 

624. 
Groves, Sara, land grant. 4. 50. 
Groves, Wm., army rank, 16. 1064. 
lieut.. 10. 518. 
N. P., 20. 700. 
Grovy, Wm., patroler. 10. 64. 
Growth of Colony, retarded by John- 
ston, 4. V. 
slow, reasons, 2. xi-xiv. 
Groxan, James, in army, 16. 727. 
Grubbs, Benjamin, regulator, 7. 733. 
Grubbs, John, Regulator, 7. 733. 
Grubs, Rev. B. A., settles in N. C, 5. 

1147m. 
Grum. See Croom. 
Grum, Herman, petitions for lands, 

4. 954-956. 
Grundy, Thos., in militia, 22. 422. 
Grymes. See Grimes. 
Grymes, Andrew, exempted, 0. 173. 
Grymes, Charles, takes oath, 22. 179. 
Grymes, M., deputy auditor, 2. 338. 
340. 

Guadeloupe, Imports from. 22. 744-5. 

prize taken into, 11. 813. 
Gualtney, Thomas, on S. C. of Pitt, 

10. 62. 99. 
Guardians, act on, 28. 432, 26. 319-1 
25, 415-22. I 

bill to give power of sale to, 19. | 
158, 188, 195. 275, 277, 311. 314, | 
322. 
chosen by ward, 2. 84. 
duties, 28. 577-83. 
Eng. act on in force in N. C, 



318. 
ordinance on law of, 28. 992-6. 
Guards, at Guilford C. H.. 17. 1003. 
1004. 1006. 1024. 
report on. 17. 1009, 1027. 
to governor. 16. 1057. 1062, 1100, 
1144. 
Gubbins, Wm., killed, 18. 609. 
Gudemis, Juan, jailed, 22. 262. 
Gudger, Wm., pensioner, 22. 67. 

Guerard, , collector of S. C. 1. 

467. 
Guerard (Girard), Benj., admits Hoop- 
er as citizen of S. C, 18. 695. 
Martin to on trade, 17. 30, 43- 

48, 67. 
to Martin asking for list of ban- 
ished Tories and answer, 16. 858, 
878. 
Guerard, Benj., prisoner, 17. 1045. 
Guerard, Jacob, petition considered, 1. 

242. 
Guerard, John, allowance to for fer- 
riage. 10. 637. 
Guerard, Peter, prisoner. 17. 1045. 
Guernsey, Lord, 1. 802. 
Guernsey, ships of to do Eng. trade, 
1. 498. 
trade to not allowed, 10. 369. 
vessel from, 4. 170. 
Guert, John, in militia. 22. 165. 

Guess, , claims, 4. 809. 

Guess, John, asks for resurvey, 4. 
27. 
brought before Leg. of Transylva- 
nia. 8. 1273. 1274. 
land grant to, 4. 277, 329. 332. 
Guess, Nathaniel, brings letters to 

Cherokees, 11. 458. 
Guest, Capt., 10. 765, 784, 845. 846. 

escapes, 14. 727. 
Guest, Gen., comes South. 16. 607. 
Guest, Benj., a J. P.. 11. 653. 
Guest, Nathaniel, to lead Cherokees, 

10. 660. 
Guest, Robert, army pay, 17. 213. 
Gulguetan, 1. 968. 

Guilford, Instructs that no prisoners 
be sent to Eng. without evidence. 

1. 868. 

on temporary laws in the colonies. 

2. 142-143. 

Guilford, Collin, Burke to on Tories, 
16. 540. 

Guilford, Issac, a J. P.. 28. 995. 
act to vest land in, 24. 529-30. 
bill to vest land in. 18. 147, 155, 
161, 263, 272, 274, 279, 281, 308. 



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164 



GUILFORD COUNTY 



346. 



Guiifordf Jacob, juror, 4. 519. 
Guilford, John, juror, 4. 519. 

land lapses, 2. 502. 
Guilford, Jos., in militia, 22 

juror, 4. 519; 26. 187. 
pensioner, 22. 66. 
quit rents of, 22. 249. 

Guilford, 17. 427, 995, 999, 1001. 1002; 
19. 629, 969; 22. 93. 

Guilford Charge, 8. 757. 

Guilford Charge (Gerrrflsin Reformed), 
history. 8. 734-736. 

Guilford County, 6. 1167. 8. xxv, xzx, 
730, 735, 736; 9. 25, 26, 
29, 37, 86, 89, 111, 114, 120, 158, 
159, 164, 169, 184, 193, 298, 352, 
405, 458, 490, 515, 593, 809; 10. 
xxxiii, 1. 524, 546, 599, 568, 579, 589, 
598. 599, 600. 625, 668, 706, 731, 
745; 761, 796, 826, 917, 937, 950, 
958, 999; 11. xviii. 410,548,635; 
13. 27, 192, 446, 911; 14. 124, 391, 
394, 399, 409, 423, 427, 428, 443, 
449, 521, 655, 872; 16. 123, 421. 
501; 16. 116, 161, 163. 395, 416, 
500, 627, 637, 643, 645, 676, 687, 
702, 714, 732; 17. 393. 655, 722, 
735, 738, 866, 967; 18. 52, 54. 209, 
348, 497; 19. 116,171,221.223,358. 
433, 672, 687; 20. 8, 10, 224, 414, 
571, 574; 21. 141, 207, 236, 237, 
256, 263, 269, 273, 277, 299, 302, 
308, 311, 314, 328, 334, 359, 386, 
393, 431, 603, 615, 621, 625, 627, 
641, 647, 653, 687, 688, 690, 703, 
750, 898, 1051; 22. 95, 100, 112, 
131. 144, 145. 146, 147, 151, 152, 
179, 505, 507, 510, 557, 568; 28. 
828, 844, 856, 874, 904, 906, 912, 
946, 991; 24. 24, 263, 286. 424, 
466, 467. 521, 837, 846, 847, 874. 
972, 986; 26. 44. 48; 26. 1275, 
1276. 
act against hunting in, 24. 
862-3; for court, 24. 36-9, 50, 
64, 161; for public buildings, 23. 
972; 24. 20-1, 137-9; for road 
through, 23. 918-9; for tax for 
public building, 24. 149, 523, 692- 
4, 810-11, 844; 26. 12, 62; on jur- 
ors, 24. 82-4, 273-5. 452; on mill 
dams, 24. 743; on strays in, 
23. 856; on making roads, 28. 
851-2; to destroy vermin, 23. 
914; to dissolve vestry, 23. 928; 
to divide. 24. 234-6, 260, 745-6, 
798; to erect, 23. 823-6; to fix 



time of CO. cts., 24. 717-18; 26. 15- 
16. 

allowance for salt, 17. 767, 769. 

Baptists in, 6. 1186. 

bill for C. H. in, 18. 554, 577, 595, 
662, 681, 700; and prison in, 9.844. 
850, 858, 862. 898, 899, 900. 907, 
908, 911. 919, 921, 928, 1014;. 12. 
51, 56, 57, 68, .88, 111, 172, 178, 
186, 197, 207, 256, 343, 345. 362, 
369-370, 391, 404, 452; 18. 357; 
and to alter place for prison in, 
9. Ill, 113, 156, 157, 162, 175, 180; 
for road through, 9. 396, 399, 404, 
406, 415r 444, 492, 502, 513, 516, 
529, 532, 584, 659, 715, 726, 728, 
753, 760, 774, 776, 783; for tax in, 
21. 343, 671, 698; on mill dams. 
17. 361, 366, 403, 406; 20. 75, 101; 
to add part to Randolph, and to 
divide, 19. 558-559, 565, 577; to 
alter place for C. H.. 9. 386, 466- 
467, 468, 479; to change C. H., 
19. 561, 676, 683; to dissolve ves- 
try of Unity parish, 9. 387, 388. 
394, 396, 443, 467. 470. 472, 485, 
493, 497, 583. 622-623, 661. 682; 
to divide, 18. 556, 564, 578, 581. 
657, 665, 682, 844, 858, 934, 941; 

17. 285, 288, 297, 302, 339, 340; 

18. 45, 88, 101-102, 275, 314, 322, 
328; 19. 195, 322-323, 425, 740, 
758, 760, 806; 20. 15, 57. 540, 557, 
569; 21. 73, 79, 106; to erect, 8. 
353, 402, 527; to facilitate passage 
of fish in Deep River, 9. 'ii6, 
757, 759, 783; to suspend land 
grants in, 18. 205, 221, 393, 435, 
441. 

boundary. 19. 850; surveyed, 8. 
673. 

census of 1790, 28. 569-591. 

charter to elect members to assem- 
bly to, 8. 543. 

clothing for troops due from, 12. 
639, 747. 

commissioners to inventory proper- 
ty of loyalists, 10. 554-555. 

complaints from against Martin 
and Hunter, 10. 541-542. 

conduct of prisoners inquired into, 
12. 778, 832. 

contested election in, 10. 917, 921- 
922. 

C. of S. to S. C. of on prisoners 
and Light Horse, 10. 348-349. 

court days, 23. 874, 885, 932. 946, 
990. 



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165 



(H'lMENE. PRINCE 



disaffected to be disarmed in, 18. 

644, 647. 
discontent in, 11. 527, 530. 
dissenters discontented, 9. 467, 662. 
drafts from, 14. 874. 
dues from sheriffs, 9. 574. 
erected, 6. 1213. 
franchise in, 10. 211. 
German Reformed Churches in, 8. 

734-736, 738, 739, 740, 744, 757. 
Germans in, 8. 729, 734, 737. 
Hunter returns to. 9. 268. 
in Salisbury dist., 16. 377. 
iron works in, 10. 540, 608. 
J. P's in, 8. 543; 9. 71; 23. 994. 
jurors for, 22. 502; from, 10. 2. 
land holders to vote, 23. 987. 
line with Orange to be run, 8. 538. 
loyal address to Martin from, 8. 

1160-1161. 
Lutherans in, 8. 765, 772, 774, 776, 

782. 792. 
Martin meets regulators In, 9. 329. 
members in assembly, 9. 137, 448, 

734. 1188,, 1196; 12. 2, 12, 286. 
568, 588, 655, 770, 813; 13. 668, 

735. 784, 825; 16. 1, 45; 17. 264. 
269, 722, 794, 877, 944; 13. 2. 226; 
19. 1. 41. 129, 144, 234. 275, 400, 
520, 530, 717; 20.. 2, 119, 301, 475; 
21. 2, 193, 204, 729, 871, 1052. 

members in conv. 1778-1789, 22. 

2, 37, 46,49. 
members in Prov. Cong., 9. 1042, 

1179, 1180; 10. 165, 500, 505, 914, 

916, 927. 
memorial from, 19. 88; considered, 

18. 128, 129, 131. 
militia In regulator war, 22. 478; 

reviewed, 8. 349. 
Nuessman preaches in, 8. 763. 
officers, 0. 293; 14. 264. 
organization of troops, 10. 206, 207, 

531. 
owes State, 21. 1068. 1074. 
petition from, 17. 908; 18. 348; 21. 

278, 282; for Fields, 16. 803-804; 

18. 424; for release of Tories 

from, 10. 841; on C. H.. 9. 763, 

806-809; on catching fish, 0. 87- 

88. 
poll tax for, 28. 866. 
Presbyterians in. 5. 1194, 1217-1220. 
regulations of militia. 13. 415. 
regulators in, 0. 313; still active in. 

9. 36. 
riots in, 10. 935. 



Safety Committee to Council of 

Safety on Tories, 10. 761-762. 
sends troops against Chorokees, 8. 

730. 
tax in, 19. 706. 
threatens to mob Cross Creek for 

salt, 11. 560. 
to remain Salisbury Dist., 24. 451. 
Tories in, 9. 1241; 10. 146, 444. 

727; 17. xvii, 335; active, 10. 

444; 16. v; arrested in, 10. 

706; disarmed, 14. iii; embody, 

22. 923; refuse to pay taxes in, 

12. 811-812, 832. 838-839, 877. 
treatment of outlaws considered, 

0. 362. 
troops organized in, 13. 159; troops 

from with Br. at Moore's Creek, 

10. xxvi; to be raised in, 13. 411; 

14. 28; 24. 154, 156. 
trouble on balloting for soldiers in, 

13. 446-447; over recruiting, 12. 
48. 49. 

wagon report wanted, 14. 393. 
Guilford Court House, 8. 737; 14. xv. 
395, 409, 423, 473, 580, 581, 587, 
648, 657, 698. 711, 713, 722, 735, 
779; 16. V, xii, 66, 117. 460, 500; 
16. 618. 

act for public buildings, 28. 972; 
for town at, 24. 779-80. 

bill for town at, 17. 297. 301, 312, 
339. 342; 20. 30. 57. 

supplies sent in from, 18. 272. 
Guilford Court House battle, 9. Iv; 16 
241. 486. 553; 16. viii; 17. 
vii; 18. 497; 10. 98. 597. 990, 996, 
997; 22. 106, 114, 148. 192, 
572; 19. 962, 974; 22. 103, 104, 
106, 109. 114, 121, 125, 131, 147. 
148, 150, 152, 156, 192, 730. 

Cornwailis on. 17. 995-1008, 1010- 
1012, 1014, 1021. 1023-1026. 

cowards at, to be discharged, 17. 
840. 930-931, 975-976. 

effects on Br. considered, 17. vlil-x. 

N. C. militia runs from, 22. 106. 

proclamation after, 17. 1007-1008. 

reports on, 16. 395. 396; on esti- 
mates of. 16. 430-431. 434. 

return of N. C. militia at, 17. 1038. 

soldiers run from, 18. 488; 22. 148, 
156. 
Guilford District, recruiting officer 

for 22. 928. 
Gullliam, Harris, in militia. 22. 376. 
Gull I lams, Geo., quit rents of, 22. 256. 
Guimene, Prince of, fees to, 17. 623. 



GUIN 



166 



GUN FACTORY 



Guln. See Guinn, Gwin, Gwinn, 

Gwyn. 
Guin, Christopher, in assembly, 4. 

720. 
land grant asked for, 4. 440. 
Guin, Edward, treats with Farming 

on peace, 22. 224, 239. 
Guin, Hugh, petitions on land grants, 

8. 1260-1262. 
Guin, 8am'l, army rank, 16. 1070. 
Guinea, negroes imported from. 1. 

546; 2. 260-261, 279. 
no negroes from come direct to N. 

C, 8. 430. 
ship from captured, 18. 149; wreck- 
ed on Currituck coast, 8. 225. 
story of resident in, 6. 3. 
Guinea-man, a, taken by the Nancy, 

11. 778. 
Guinn. See Gwin, Gwyn. etc. 
Guinn, Christopher, land grant asked, 

4. 707. 
land grant to 4. 761. 
rights proved, 4. 761. 
Guin's Ferry, 4. 809. 
Guion (Guyon), Dr. Isaao, a prisoner, 

14. 818. 
army pay, 17. 213. 
army record, 18. 475. 
at council meeting. 14. 317-323, 332- 

334. 
brings in stores, 16. viii. 
case of ment'd, 18. 31. 
church warden, 26. 35. 
fails to settle accounts, 18. 3. 
in assem., 18. 12, 16, 21, 42, 69, 71, 

78, 82, 87; 21. 195, 199, 203. 

207. 208. 210. 227. 228. 234, 238, 243. 

264, 280, 294, 305, 332, 344, 346, 

347, 432, 578, 584, 634. 738, 747. 

779. 789, 797, 799, 842, 872, 873, 

876, 888. 890, 893. 894, 898. 900. 

930, 932, 933. 937, 941, 944, 946, 

952, 958, 962. 965. 970, 980, 982, 

994. 999, 1003, 1004, 1012, 1013. 

1015. 1016, 1021, 1050, 1055. 
in conv. 1789. 22. 39, 47, 49. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 165, 167, 173. 
member of Council of State, 18. 

738, 788, 789; 16. 417, 418. 
neglects duty, 10. 353. 
nom. for C. of State, 17. 310; 16. 

114, 121, 340, 347. 
on com. of assem., 16. 35, 51. 105, 

161. 
owns schooner, 16. 70, 71. 
paymaster, 10. 966. 
payments to be made to. 11. 748. 



recommends Mrs. Glover for pen- 
sion, 16. 188. 
surety, 20. 52. 
surgeon, 10. 188, 643. 
to Caswell on efforts to borrow 
money, etc., 14. 229-230; on 
movement north, 11. 498; on Vir- 
ginia boundary, 14. 191. 
to charter vessels for prisoners, 22. 
960. 

Guion, J., to Caswell on iron, 16. 345. 

Guion, J no., in Council of State, 22. 
.910, 956. 957, 959, 962, 964, 965, 
966, 967. 

Guion, Jo., to Caswell on salt, 18. 330. 

Guirard, David, asks aid for S. C, 2. 
196-199. 

Guise, . 16. 410. 

Guiae, Gen., 8. 697. 

Guise, John, sells Burrington lands, 
6. 578-580. 

Guivilianna, Geo., juror, 26. 186. 

Gulf. See following word. 

Guif of Florida, 2. 232; 8. 9, 11, 50. 

Gulf of Mexico, 8. 50. 
English territory on wanted by 
Spanish, 8. 9. 

Guif Streann, 6. 597. 

Guileridges Land, 2. 683. 

Gullet, John, land grant to, 4. 1047. 

Gullet, Richard, In military, 22. 429. 

Gullett, Jonathan, boundary coms'r, 
24. 236. 

Gulley, J., clerk and moderator, 6. 
1182. 

Gulley, John, pensioner, 22. 66. 

Guiley'8 Creek Bridge (Tuil's?), in- 
spection at, 26. 380. 

Gu I lifer, Henry, petitions on naviga- 
tion law. 4. 506-507. 

Gunn Log Ford, 7. 1005, 1007. 

Gum Swamp, 2. 540; 26. 439. 

Gumbos, Mathew, quit rents of, 22. 
256. 

Gumbs, Abraham, in militia, 22. 358. 

Gum ley, J as., land grant to, 4. 761, 
804. 
rights proved, 4. 765. 

Gummary, Wm. M., in militia, 22. 
419. 

Gums, Isaac, army rank, 16. 1068. 

Gums, lyiatt., juror. 2. 443. 

Gun. See Gunn, Gunns. 

Gun, Christo, land grant asked for. 
4. 440. 

Gun factory, com. to inquire into state 
of. 10. 929. 958. 
in New Hanover, 16.. 785. 788. 



CiUN ROD OF SITIGO 



167 



(frTIlRIE. HENRY 



memorial of Ramsay, Rochester 
and Johnston on with items, 18. 
345. 347. 
Porter petitions on, 22. 895-6. 
remains of to be sold, 17. 673, 674, 

753. 754. 
resolutions on, 18. 556-557. 
Gun Rod of Sitigo, signs treaty, 17. 
586. 

Gunby, . reported k. at Camden, 

16. 65. 
Gunby, John, 14. 475; 16. 615. 
field officer, 12. 541. 
leather to, 14. 431. 

needs clothing, 14. 682. 
on Council of War, 14. 719. 
position of regt. in army, 12. 508. 
relieved, 16. 422. 

to Burke on movement of Dr. and 
removal of stores, 16. 578-579. 

Gundy (Gandy), Edward, court mar- 

tialed, 18. 433, 765-766. 
Gunn. See Gun, Gunns. 
Gunn, Mr., 14. 702. 
Gunn, Lleute, clothing to, 14. 715. 
Gunn, Alexander, army pay» 17. 214. 

petition, 21. 128. 

rank, 18. 1065. 

receives pay for soldiers, 17. 213. 
Gunn, Daniel, army pay, 17. 215. 
Gunn, Elijah, 18. 1070. 
Gunn, James, army pay, 17. 215. 

army rank, 16. 1068. 
Gunn, Jas., army rank, 16. 1070. 
Gunn, John, army pay, 17. 213. 
Gunn, Starling, pensioner, 22. 66. 
Gunnel, J no., army rank, 18. 1068. 
Gunnell, John, in army, 18. 527. 
Gunner, Samuell, juror, 4. 521. 
Gunns. See Gun, Gunn. 
Gunns, Isaac, in Davidson's Co., 14. 

294. 
Gunpowder, bought, 8. 1266; 10. 29. 

bounty offered for, 10. v. 

factories for established, 10. 951, 

imported. 8. 1098. 

manufacture encouraged, 10. 216, 
219. 

purchased by committees, 10. 186. 

regulations on sale and report on 
amount of, 8. 1109, 1110-1112. 

sent for from S. C, 10. 253-254. 

sold to Indians, 1. 545. 

to be reported on and delivered up. 
10. 135-136. 137. 

to be seized, 10. 9. 

trial for selling, 10. 159. 



Wilmington unable to supply Wake, 

10. 157. 
See also Arms and Ammunition. 
Gunpowder River, 8. 1065. 
Guns. See Arms and Ammunition. 
Gunter, James, takes oath, 22. 179. 
Gunter, Joel, army pay, 17. 213. 
army rank, 16. 720; 18. 1062. 
Gunter, John, claim. 8. 489. 
Gupton, Stephen, exempted, 8. 112, 

394. 
Gurganis, Jno., in militia, 22. 340. 
Gurganus, Ellas, exempted, 8. 146. 
Gurganus, Joseph, juror, 8. 509. 
Gurganus, Reuben, army rank, 18. 

1068. 
Gurganus, Reuben, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Gurganus, Willie, deserter. 11. 742. 
Gurlee, Wm., land grant to, 4. 703. 
Gurley, Benj., in militia, 22. 275. 
Gurley, Ephralm, army pay, 17. 215. 
Gurley, Joseph, army rank, 18. 1069. 
Gurley, Simon, army rank, 18. 1063. 
Gurley, Wm., captain, 10. 944, 949. 
declines to act as capt., 11. 443; 

22. 912. 
Gurlin, Capt., 11. 798, 799. 
Gurllng, Capt., schooner of capt'd, 16. 

70, 71. 
Gustans, Peter, land grant to, 4. 959. 
Gu staves, Peter, land grant to, 4. 

1033. 
Guston, Henry, address to king, 8. 

134-135. 
Guston, Henry, juror, 4. 517. 

land grant to, 4. 332. 
Guston, Henry, quit rents of. 22. 

244. 
Guthage, Robert, land grant to. 4. 

1246. 
Guthery, Adam, petition on separation, 

22. 706-11. 
Guthery, James, petition, 18. 604. 655. 

658. 
Guthree, Levi, blacksmith, 16. 619. 
Guthrie, Benj., in militia, 22. 264. 267. 
Guthrie (Guthery, Gutherle), Daniel, 

appraiser, 2. 99. 
collects quit rents, 2. 727, 729. 
complaint of resistance td fines, 2. 

59. 
law suit, 2. 110. 114-115. 
pays fine, 2. 87. 

power of attorney to proved, 2. 112. 
surety, 2. 467. 
Guthrie (Guthery), Henry, army pay, 

17. 214. 



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168 



HACKER C^APT. 



memorial, 19. 417, 488, 745. 748, 

828, 835. 
Guthrie, Levi, blacksmith, 16. 477. 
Guthrie, Mary, trades with slaves, 2. 

114-115. 
Guthrie, Wm^ petitions on need of 

money, 7. 866-867. 
Gutray, James, army pay, 17. 215. 
Gutrey, John, people killed at house 

of, 6. 140. 
Gutroy, Benj., in militia. 2S. 315. 
Gutteridge, , drives vessels into 

inlets, 18. 176. 
Guttery, Hy, army rank, 16. 1067. 
Guttery, James, army pay, 17. 214. 
Guttery, John, army pay, 17. 213. 
Guttery, Matthew, in militia, 22. 417. 
Guttery, Wm., army pay, 17. 213. 
Guy, Mr., ment*d, 1. 242, 267. 
Blathwayt to on Culpeper Rebel- 
lion, 1. 291. 
to S. P. G. on missionaries for N. C. 

2. 245-246. 
Guy, Benj., in militia, 22. 160. 

takes oath, 22. 176. 
Guy, James, juror, 4. 522. 
Guy, James, pensioner, 22. 67. 
Guy, Wm., army rank, 16. 1067. 
Guy, Wm., pensioner, 22. 67. 
Gwaltney, Michael, in militia, 17. 

1042. 
Gwaltney, Thos., land grant to, 4. 710. 
Gwaltney, Thos., on S. C. of Pitt, 16. 

38, 62. 

Gwln. See Guln, Guinn, Gwinn, Gwyn. 

Gwin, Barnaby, serg. maj., 7. 830. 
Gwln, Daniel, charged with passing 

counterfeits, 16. 929. 
Gwin, Daniel, in militia, 22. 416. 
Gwin, Edward, lieut., 16. 753. 
Gwln, Henry, in militia, 22. 360. 
Gwin, Hugh, In militia, 22. 416. 
Gwln, John, asks relief from church 

tax, 8. 95-96. 
Gwin, John, petition on who are tythe- 

ables, 8. 97. 
Gwinn, Geo., owes state, 21. 1070. 
Gwinn, John, com'r to impress horses, 

17. 939-940. 
Gwinn, Wm., army pay, 17. 215. 
Gwinn, Wm., in militia, 22. 355. 
Gwyn, , executed, 6. 141. 

Gwyn, Francis, at Board of Trade 
meeting. 2. 50-51. 
on division of C, 1. 772-773. 
signs King's order, 1. 309. 

Gyaril, 2. 132. 



Gyles. See Giles. 

Gyles, John, land grant asked, 4. 759. 

Gyles, John, land grant to, 4. 761, 798, 

801. 
Gyles, Robert, discharged by court, 2. 

826. 
Gylis, Ed., in military, 22. 396. 
Gylman. See Oilman. 
Gyiman, John, voter, 26. 159. 
Gyne, Edwd., in militia, 22. 162. 
Gyne, Joseph, in militia, 22. 162. 
Gyne, Nath'l, in militia, 22. 162. 



H 



I H., , 16. 993. 

H., , Lt.-Col., 16. 659. 

H., , refuses to act on Com. of 

Cor., 6. 61. 
H., Mr., 17. 152. 
H., Mrs., 16. 534. 

H., 0., and Co., debts to, 17. 156. 
H., D., to Eden on appointment of 

Newman as missionary, 2. 432- 

433. 

H., J., 0. iaOt 

H., M. A., 16. 9ol. 

H., Thomas, petitions on outlaws, 11. 

731-732. 
H. Swamp, 26. 977. 
H— d, — > in militia, 22. 324. 
H— n, — , 6. 639. 
Haaway, settlement at, 1. 206. 
Habbamaias, French settlement at, 

2. 383. 
Habbet, Ezekl., army rank, 16. 1079. 
Habby, Wm., land grant to, 4. 628. 
Habeas Corpus, ignored in N. C, 2. 

614, 619. 
proposed by Proprietors, 1. 231. 
provision for, 26. 883; 26. 284. 
right of, 22. 18; 26. 977; granted. 

6. 104, 105; 6. 1120-1121. 1122. 
rule on. 28. 700. 
violated in Del., 16. 103-104; In 

Johnston act., 6. 544. 
Habeas Corpus cum causa, provisions 

for, 26. 446. 
Habelia, a negro. Imported, 1. 618. 
Habersham, Mr., in C. C, 17. 556, 557. 
Habersham's estates, Moravians settle 

on, 6. 1153. 
Habie, Abner, army pay, 17. 218. 
Hack, Alexr., army rank, 16. 1083. 
Hackensack, N. J., 16. 236, 245. 
Hacker, Capt., answers Lincoln on de- 



HACKET, THUS. 



169 



HAUCf AINS, TIIOS. 



fense of Charleston harbor, 16. 

35-36. 
on defense of Charleston, 16. 39- 

40. 
Hacket, Thos., in militia, 22. 327. 
Hackettv James., claims allowed, 10. 

830. 
Haokett, James, debt to, 20. 551. 
Hackett, Redmond, town com'r, 24. 

860. 
Hackett, Robert, settler, 1. 76. 
Hackney, George, army pay, 17. 221. 
Hackney, Jennings, dead, 24. 313. 
Hackney, Jos., in militia, 22. 374. 
Hackney, Joseph, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hackney, Wm., boundary com'r,' 24. 

249. 
Hackney, Wm., in cony., 1789. 22. 37, 

50. 
Hackshaw, Rt., on S. C. petition, 1. 

637-640. 
Hacocks, Wm., juror, 4. 523. 
Hadcock, Solomon, army pay, 17. 218. 

Hadden, » ship master, 6. 757, 792. 

Hadden, Elisha, petiUon, 21. 292,-298, 

389, 424, 435, 645, 721. 
Haddick, Jno., in militia, 22. 415. 
Haddock, Andrew, army pay, 17. 216. 

army rank, 18. 1072. 
Haddock, Andrew, army rank, 18. 

1084. 
Haddook, Andrew, petitions for divis- 
ion of Orange Co., 8. 809. 
Haddook, Rich'd, army rank, 16. 1084. 
Haddrell's (Hardrel, Hadrell) Point, 

11. 367, 525, 704, 834; 14. zi; «49, 

805; 16. 7, 29, 36, 368; 16. 288; 

17. 1047; 18. 632; 22. 144. 229. 
Amer. officers prisoners at, 14. 

622, 821; 16. 258. 
Harney wounded at, 18. 669. 
supplies to prisoners, 21. 1044, 1045; 

used at not paid for, 17. 466. 
Hadler, John, land grant to, 4. 352. 
Had ley. See Hadly. 

Had ley, , 18. 482. 

Had ley, Capt., 20. 703, 788. 
commands in Wilmington Dist, 18. 

516. • 
rank, 18. 665. 
roster of Co., 16. 1008, 1023, 1048, 

1054, 1060, 1070, 1084, 1094, 1098, 

1099, 1107, 1121. 1131, 1140, 1150, 

1165, 1175, 1192. 
wounded, 16. 638. 
Hadley, Lieut., 11. 836. 
Hadley, Ed., juror, 26. 190. 
Hadley, Joseph, promoted, 17. 141. 



receives pay for soldiers, 17. 191, 

235, 237. 
Hadley, Joshua, destroys Waddell's 

powder, 8. 623. 
pardon asked for, 8. 67. 
regulator, 7. 735. 
Hadley, Joshua, regulator, 7. 737. 
Hadley, Joshua, officer, 18. 450, 459. 

486; 22. 1049. 
rank. 18. 71. 576, 608, 1076. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 216, 

263. 
to Sumner on troops, deserters, 

etc., 18. 639. 
Hadley, Joshua, signs Cumberland 

Co., asB'n. 10. 29-30. 
Hadley, Simon, on regulation of 

Cross Creek, 16. 209-211. 
Hadley, Simon, regulator, 7. 733. 
Hadley, Thos., a J. P., 28. 993. 
in Prov. Cong.. 10. 915, 919. 
to report on accounts of Folsom, 

18. 562, 563, 564. 665; of Fol- 

8om*s troops, 10. 957. 
Had ley, Wm., army rank, 18. 1084. 
Hadley's quadrant, 14. 123, 124; 18. 

358. 
Hadlut, Benj.. settler, 1. 76. 
Hadiy. See Hadley. 
Hadly, Capt., 18. 644. 

return of company, 20. 769, 773. 
Hadly, Jesse, regulator, 7. 735. 
Hadly, Joshua, ensign,' 10. 519. 
Hadiy, Simon, major, 17. 733. 
Had not. West, army pay, 17. 220. 

army rank, 16. 1076. 
Had not, Wm., In militia, 22. 338. 
Had not, Wm., rights proved, 4. 625. 
Hady, ship, wrecked on coast, 1. 547. 
Haerlem, Americans defeated at, 10. 

817. 
British defeated at, 10. 865. 
Hafner, Jacob, army rank, 18. 1081. 
Hagan, John, protests against regula- 
tors, 8. 273-274. 
Hagan, Martin, exempted, 8. 104. 
Hagans, Jno., in militia, 22. 381. 
Hagar, Simeon, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hagar, Simon, bribes captor for his 

release, 17. 667, 672. 
Hagenton, Jesse, army rank, 18. 1083. 
Hager (Hagar), George, land grant 

delayed. 4. 1047, 1060. 
Hager, Simon, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Hagerstown, IMd., 8. 754, 757. 
Hagerty, Wm., in militia. 22. 281. 
Haggains, Thos., disarmed and sum- 
moned before S. C, 10. 593. 



HAGGARD, JOHN 



170 



HALE. COL. 



Haggard, John, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Haggerton, Jesse, army pay, 17. 217.* 
Haggett, John, desposition ment'd, 18. 

414. 
Haggett, Jos., desposition ment'd, 18. 

414. 
Hagglns, Edward, fined, 9. 651. 
Haggis, Wm., takes oath, 22. 177. 
Hagin, Martin, In militia, 22. 321. 
Hagin, Wm., claims allowed 10. 954. 
Hagier (Haglor, Haigior, Heygier), 
King, of the Catawbas, 6. 320; 8. 
44. 
agrees with Atkins on Catawba 

lands, 8. 786-788. 
complains of encroachment by 

whites, 6. 742. 
conference with, 6. xxvii. 
desires English to finish fort, 5. 

902. 
despised by Indians, 5. 360. 
disposseses settlers, 8. 58. 
Glen instructs him as to English 

settlers, 5. 358. 
killed, 22. 837. 839. 
makes treaty with N. C, 6. 141- 

1446. 
provisions to, 5. 1009-1010. 
report on conference With, 6. 579. 

584, 585. 
reports on Catawbas, 8. 616. 
Hagfewood, Roger, fined, 9. 652. 
Hagon, Martin,' in militia, 22. 322. 
Hagood, George, exempted, 8. 807. 
Hague, James, takes oath, 22. 175. 
Hague, Wm., imported, 1. 436. 
Hague, the. 18. 757, 773; 19. 240; 21. 

21. 474, 482. 
Haig, J. I., to furnish bill in equity, 

16. 674. 
Haig, John, takes oath, 22. 179. 
Haii. See Haile, Hale. 
Haii, Thomas, army pay, 17. 221. 
Haile, Aris Stipus, petitions on need 

of money, 7. 866-867. 
Haile, John, a J. P., 28. 995. 

in Prov. Cong., 10. 926. 
Haile, John, Watauga to be annexed, 

10. 708-11. 
Haile, Jonathan, petitions on need of 

. money, 7. 866-7. 
Hal ley. See Haley. 
Haile, Shadracii, petition on sepera- 

tion, 22. 705-12. 
Haile, Williamson, petition on need of 

money, 7. 866-867. 
Hailey, James, army pay, 17. 219. 
Halley, Richard, claim. 8. 487. 



Hailey, Rich'd, in miUtia. 22. 451. 
Haiiey's, 16. 356. 
Haines. See Hains. Haynes. 
Haines, Margaret, land grant to, 4. 

336. 
Haines, Mary, marries H. Waddell, 8. 

764. 765. 
Haines, Wm., army rank, 18. 1082. 
Hainey, Anthy, army rank, 18. 1081. 

receives clothing, 18. 619. 
Hainey, J no., army rank, 18. 1081. 

receives clothing, 18. 619. 
Hainey, Thos., act for land to, 24. 

629-30. 
Halnline, John, naturalized. 7. 521. 
Halns. See Haines, Haynes. 
Hains, John, army pay, 17. 219. 
Hains, Jonathan, memorial, 21. 1002, 

1005, 1019. 
Halns. Joshua, in militia, 22. 452. 
Halns, Robert, bill for militia service, 

22. 437. 
Hair. See Haire, Hare. 
Hair, Ensign, 11. 684. 
Hair, David, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Hair, Edwd., a J. P., 28. 994. 
Hair, Jas., army rank, 18. 1082. 
Hair, L. J no., army rank, 18. 1072. 
Hair, Moses, in militia, 22. 355. 
Hair, Nicholas, army pay, 17. 217. 
Hair, Robert, army pay, 17. 217. 
army rank. 18. 1073. 
pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hair, Thomas, army rank, 18. 1080. 
Hair, Thos., army rank, 18. 1085. 
Hair, Wm., army pay, 17. 217. 

army rank, 18. 1080. 
Hairbottle, John, fails to appear as 

witness, 2. 469. 
Haire, Thomas, asks for new county, 

8. 92. 
Halt, Maj., field officer, 12. 500. 524. 

to parade, 12. 530. 
H albert, John, com'r on pub. buildings, 

26. 16; on town, 26. 96. 
Halburt, Joseph, courtmartialed. 12. 

484. 
Ha loom b. See Holcomb. 
Haloomb, BenJ., in militia, 22. 377. 
Haicomb, John, in militia, 22. 376. 
Haloomb, Joseph, in militia. 22. 376. 
Haicomb, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 376. 
Halcombe, Phil., 20. 540. 
Haldimand, Maj.-Gen., to Martin on 

Indian affairs, 8. 788. 
Hale. See Hail, Haile. 
Hale, Col., position of reg't in army, 

12. 509. 



HALE. El). 



171 



HALIFAX. DrXK 



Haie, Ed.y quit rents of» 22. 241. 

Hale, Edward J.* exception to com- 
mon run of editors, 19. 977. 

Hale, John, to attend Rowan S. C. 
10. 310. 

Hale, Jos., army rank, 16. 1079. 

Hale, Peter M., help of on colonial 
records, 1. viii. 

Hale, 8am'l, in militia, 22. 325. 

Hale, Shad rick, Jr., petition on sepa- 
ration, 22. 705-8. 

Hale, Thos., army rank, 18. 1072. 

Haley. See Hailey. 

Haley, Christopher, army pay, 17. 219. 

Haley, Isam, regulator, 6. 80. 

Haley, John, petition, 18. 433. 477, 
483, 769, 774, 826. 

Haley, Joshua, captain, 16. 786. 

Haley, Patrick, tax collector, 20. 574. 

Haley, Robert, army pay, 17. 218. 

Haley, Silas, regulator, 6. 80. 

Haley, Wm., allowance to, 22. 131. 

Haley, Wm., regulator, 6. 80. 

Haley, Wm., Jr., regulator, 6. 80. 

Haley's, 14. 856. 857. 

Haley's Ferry, 14. 824, 832, 833; 16. 
786. 

Haley's Ferry Landing (isom), ware- 
house needed at, 8. xvi, 78. 

Half King, Indian Chief, communicates 
with Washington, 6. 135. 
signs Indian treaty, 18. 514. 
to be encouraged, 6. 127. 

Half pence, act to import, 28. 779; 
26. 515. 

Halford. See Alford. 

Halford, Edward, petitions for Wind- 
sor as C. H., 0. 804-805. 

Halford, Jas., in militia, 22. 341. 

Halford, John, appraiser. 1. 451. 
juror, 1. 408. 

signs remonstrance, 1. 249. 
witness. 1. 413, 417. 

Halford (Alford?), John, juror, 428, 
430. 446. 

Halfpenny, John, tried by court mar- 
tial, 12. 458. 

Ha If red. Miles, army pay, 17. 220. 

Halfway Bluff, 16. 786, 789. 

Halfway House, on Trent River, 22. 
292. 

Halifax, Earl of, at Board of T. meet- 
ing, 1. 328-329. 
on Bd. T. and P. P.. 1. 223. 

Halifax (Halllfax), Dunk, Earl of, 
4. 1030; 6. 156; 8. 248, 622. 625, 
1055; 7. 133; 8. 54. 
at Board of Trade meeting, 4. 883, 



936-945, 1030-1031, 1225-1235, 1315- 
. 1317; 6. 26-29, 166-172, 480-488, 

649-653, 805-810. 987-989; 6. 70-75, 

327-330. 
Bd. Trade to on leave of absence 

to Dobbs, 8. 1044. 
commissions Tryon as It. gov., 8. 

1043-1044. 
Dinwiddle to on feeling towards 

French war, 11. 123. 
Dobbs to on fortifications, 6. 157- 

160; on public affairs, 8. 1319- 

1320. 
letter of. 6. 413, 483; 7. 408, 416, 

438; to against Dobbs, 8. 258; 

to and from ment'd, 7. 146, 147, 

203; to be sent to, 8. 413. 
nominates Turner as naval officer, 

6. 41-42. 
on appointment of Henley as chief 

justice, 6. 403. 
on McCuUoh's quit rents and salary, 

6. 927-928. 
on re-enactment of laws repealed, 

6. 404-407. 

on size of land grants and culti- 
vation, 6. 443. 

on suspension of Murray and Ruth- 
erford, 6. 959-960. 

ordance for Fort Johnston dis- 
cussed, 6. 399-400. 

prepares commissions and instruc- 
tions to Dobbs, 8. 524-532. 

recommends Braddock, 6. 394; post, 

7. 106; salary for council, 6. 787- 
788; suspension of Murray and 
Rutherford. 6. 957-958. 

to Bedford on charges against John- 
ston, 4. 930-935. 

to Board of Trade on McCulloh's 
quit rents and time of settlement, 
6. 626-627. 

to Dinwiddle on French War, 6. 
431-436. 

to Dobbs on aid 'bill, etc., 6. 54-56; 
on appointment of Tryon, 6. 
1045; on charters and representa- 
tions, 0. 262-263; on French War, 
6. 563-564; on Crymble-Huey 
grant, 6. 627-628; on public af- 
fairs, 6. 412-417, 607-608, 748- 
750. 786-787; 6. 45-47. 

to king on court acts, 8. 25-28; on 
defenceless state of N. C, 6. 395- 
396; on instructions to Dobbs, 6. 
1103-1107; on McCulloh's offset- 
ting quit rents with S. C. debts, 
11. 119-120; on McCulloh's quit- 



HALIFAX 1 


72 








UAIJFAX 


rent petition. 6. 122-123; on pub- 


492, 


, 497, 


499. 


545, 


546, 


572, 


574. 


lic bills acts, 6. 22-24; on repres- 


600, 


632. 


661, 


676. 


685, 


708. 


727, 


entation act, land grant and quit 


754. 


. 755, 


756. 


770. 


783, 


807, 


808, 


rent acts, etc., 6. 81-108. 


811, 


865, 


901. 


908, 


909, 


910. 


921, 


to lay warrants before King for 


933, 


, 948, 


963, 


984, 


987, 


992, 


933; 


signature. 11. 156. 


14. 


ill, vll, vll] 


I, X. 7 


. 13, 


15, 16, 28, 


Tryon to on death of Dobbs, 8. 1321 ; 


30. 


31, 41. 80, 


133, 


142. 


143, 


144, 


7. 3; on Dobbs's remaining In N. 


172, 


182, 


, 201. 


226, 


254, 


255, 


256, 


C. 8. 1053-1054. 


258, 


262, 


, 265, 


266, 


274. 


342. 


345, 


HaMfax (Town), 6. 961; 8. 563. 578, 


349, 


351, 


386, 


391, 


3B4, 


398, 


399, 


741. 744. 859. 929. 993. 1017, 1039. 


405, 


409, 


410, 


424, 


448, 


457, 


459, 


1065. 1239. 1295; 7. 102, 199. 200, 


460, 


464, 


466, 


467, 


471. 


472, 


480, 


201, 426, 432. 444, 507, 706. 710. 


481, 


. 502, 


504, 


507, 


510, 


571, 


582, 


714, 753, 755. 802. 835. 869. 886, 


596, 


630, 


, 641, 


655, 


665, 


701. 


702, 


996; 8. 63. 379. 462. 536. 706; 9. 


728, 


756. 


792, 


826. 


843, 


844, 


845, 


xxix. 342. 345, 346, 349. 356, 357, 


862, 


866 


. 870. 


871, 


872 


; 16 


. Ix, 


641, 826, 827, 1004, 1006, 1023, 1063, 


137, 


152. 


153, 


223, 


224, 


231, 


320. 


1064, 1069, 1082. 1096, 1101, 1164, 


322. 


342, 


379. 


facing 380, 


382, 


389. 


1205, 1245, 1247; 10. xxvl, xxxvlll, 


408, 


414. 


419, 


424, 


425, 


426, 


427. 


315, 337, 458, 469, 494, 495, 497, 


435, 


442, 


443, 


444, 


448, 


450. 


452. 


498, 557, 558, 559, 560, 577, 586, 


456, 


457, 


459, 


467, 


469, 


472, 


475, 


591, 603, 605, 621, 624, 631, 645. 


476, 


482, 


483, 


484. 


486. 


493. 


501, 


647. 680. 688. 689, 694, 697, 698, 


607, 


518. 


545, 


658, 


571. 


593, 


599, 


699, 700, 701, 707, 743, 756, 788, 


601, 


602, 


608, 


609, 


612, 


617, 


621, 


803, 821, 822, 825, 826. 830, 833, 


622, 


624, 


628, 


630, 


633, 


634, 


648. 


834, 841, 843, 849, 851. 854, 860, 


655, 


659. 


661, 


662, 


664, 


670, 


673. 


862, 913. 917, 918, 920. 923, 927, 


682, 


699. 


700. 


702. 


714, 


716, 


764. 


929, 935, 938, 952, 972, 973, 984, 


765 


; 18. 


vi, vll, 28, 


44, 66, 69, 


107. 


998, 999, 1032, 1033, 1037, 1038. 


161, 


168. 


. 192, 


193. 


195, 


196, 


197. 


1039, 1040, 1041; 11. xlll.. xiv, xv. 


203. 


210, 


214, 


217. 


221, 


222. 


225, 


XYlii, 282, 286, 294, 295, 296, 297, 


233. 


235. 


236. 


237. 


241, 


242. 


251. 


300, 303, 308. 310, 312, 316, 317, 


257, 


262, 


263, 


333. 


334, 


335, 


337, 


318, 319, 321, 327, 328, 329, 330, 


339, 


471, 


472. 


480, 


482, 


488. 


491, 


331, 332, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 


493, 


494, 


501, 


503, 


606, 


507. 


508. 


338, 340, 341, 342, 343, 345, 347. 


509, 


510, 


511, 


512, 


513, 


517. 


520, 


349, 354, 355, 356. 372, 392, 399, 


521, 


622. 


523, 


526, 


527, 


529, 


530. 


407, 410, 413. 414, 415, 416, 424, 


531, 


536, 


537, 


638, 


539. 


540, 


541. 


435, 438, 442, 443, 444, 448, 455, 


542, 


543, 


645, 


548. 


549, 


550, 


551. 


456, 458, 474, 480, 481, 484, 490, 


552, 


553, 


554, 


655. 


556, 


557, 


558, 


500, 510, 514. 517, 518, 520, 521, 


559, 


560, 


561, 


562, 


563, 


564. 


565. 


522, 524, 525, 526, 530, 531. 538. 


573, 


• 574. 


579, 


596, 


603, 


607. 


610. 


564, 556, 561, 572. 574, 575, 578, 


621, 


624, 


633, 


635, 


636, 


638, 


659. 


681. 595, 596. 600, 603, 610. 652, 


667, 


669, 


676. 


689, 


691, 


692, 


693. 


661. 662, 670, 671, 673, 681, 712, 


851 


.942, 


958, 970, 994 


1,1200; 17.V1, 


716, 730, 735, -738, 740, 746, 794. 


vli. 


82, 


132, 


134, 


303, 


375. 


408. 


833, 834; 12. 13. 15, 121, 133, 


490, 


578. 


680, 


682, 


704, 


781, 


783. 


136, 187, 226. 240, 280, 295, 340, 


857, 


881. 


890. 


891, 941, 1020, 


1048. 


358, 367, 373. 383. 396, 401, 424, 


1041 


); 11 


1. vl. 


29, 68, 73 


, 74, 


212. 


558, 572, 597. 601. 602, 610, 612, 


497, 


503, 


505. 


534. 


569, 


580, 


656. 


641, 661, 673, 676, 698, 712, 715, 


663, 


727 


, 728. 


729, 


730 


; 18 


. 39, 


750, 751, 783, 786. 790, 797, 801, 


106, 


110, 


Ill, 


116, 


143, 


146, 


166, 


841, 842, 848, 851, 856, 858; 13. 


193, 


228, 


230. 


267. 


261, 


269, 


285, 


4, 51, 62, 68, 69, 82, 92, 139, 141, 


343, 


409. 


421. 


433, 


441, 


445, 


451, 


143, 146, 149. 151. 153, 165. 160, 


480, 


556, 


566. 


602, 


629, 


654. 


669. 


164,166, 168, 169. 179, 191, 192,233, 


670, 


672, 


684, 


754, 


792, 


800, 


825. 


245, 277, 298, 299, 304. 309, 317, 


875, 


877, 


878, 


881, 


882, 


883, 


890, 


331, 341, 380, 397, 398, 448, 460, 


893, 


903, 


904, 


908, 


993, 


994, 


996. 


462, 465, 466, 469, 471, 490, 491, 


998, 


999 


; 20. 


100, 


103, 


144, 


176, 



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178 



HALIFAX 



181. 182, 198. 207, 228. 233, 234, 
310, 317, 325, 341, 352, 374, 406, 
407, 427. 453, 470, 605. 626. 627. 
630, 634, 635, 658. 659, 665. 724, 
737. 747, 766; 21. 31. 97. 168, 
186. 339. 343. 362, 363, 445, 450. 
451, 458, 467, 490, 521. 525. 540. 
543, 544. 550, 551. 553. 554. 566, 
597. 623. 670, 677. 703. 723, 820, 
822, 841, 854. 912, 976, 1071; 22. 
94. 106, 111, 112, 115, 133. 145, 
153. 212, 220. 517. 518, 533, 534, 
547. 552, 568. 570, 572, 573, 576, 
577, 582, 583, 588, 589, 592, 593. 
602, 613, 738, 740, 742, 747, 750. 
752. 754. 759. 766. 768. 774. 781, 
800, 802, 832, 834, 836, 844, 845, 
849, 859, 860, 861, 880, 899, 903, 
913, 918. 940. 941, 944. 945. 94f 
956, 966. 968. 970, 989, 1012, 1013. 
1048; S3. 553, 626, 874, 996; 
24. 5. 37. 48. 50. 118, 161, 218, 331, 
364. 427. 484. 749, 787, 878, 927; 
S6. 75. 84. 
act for court in. S3. 490-2. 946. 947, 
990; S6. 436; for fairs in. S4. 17-18. 
283-5; for repair of public build- 
ing. S4. 240; act for tobacco in- 
spection, S3. 512-14. 950; on jail 
in. S3. 619-21, 927, 971; on ware- 
house in, S3. 484, 768-9; S6. 365-7; 
to incorporate, S6. 354-5, 398; to 
increase salary of tobacco inspec- 
tors. S3. 594; S6. 479; to regu- 
late. S4. 517-19. 832-6. 963; to 
save lots in. S3. 505, 657; 

56, 398-9, 486-7; to tax slaves in. 
S4. 934-6. 

allowance for guard of, IS. 612. 
and post route. 7. 455. 
arms to be stored at. 13. 814. 816. 
army settlements at ment'd. SS. 

811. 
asks to be incorporated, 6. 333. 
assembly meets in, 13. 532. 734o. 

825-1000; 16. v; 17. 633-793; 19. 

57, 185, 189, 311, 312; S4. 190, 
195, 262, 266, 267, 277, 293, 299, 
300, 303, 318, 322, 327, 358, 382, 
387. 390. 411. 413. 417. 422. 463. 
471, 476. 510, 578, 579, 668, 696. 
772. 773. 847, 859. 861; S6. 52. 

attempted rescue in, 7. 885. 

bill for fairs in. IS. 32. 41. 46. 56.57. 

58, 112; 13. 851. 875, 882, 943,955, 
970; for better regulation of, 18. 
13, 17, 27. 242, 247. 249. 256; for 
jail In. 6. 1097, 1098, 1102-1103, 



1105, 1107, 1145, 1163, 1164, 1171, 
1176, 1179; 9. 716, 719, 722, 755, 
759, 762, 763, 770. 776. 837, 839, 
845, 860. 883. 887. 889. 896, 899. 
900. 927. 1014; for tax on slaves, 
SO. 259, 264. 280. 444; for saving 
lots in, 6. 1233. 1234. 1238, 1239. 
1252. 1285, 1286. 1287. 1294. 1295. 
1297.' 1298; 7. 92; for warehouse 
in. 7. 560. 562. 564, 584. 587. 593, 
595, 598, 623, 625, 630, 669, 900. 
904, 907. 921. 944. 947, 951. 959, 
970, 977; on tobacco inspec- 
tion in. 6. 351-352. 354. 359. 361. 
368, 379, 381, 389, 391, 396, 397. 
400, 419; to confirm charter. 

6. 400; to incorporate manufac- 
turers, SI. 243. 256, 265. 307. 318. 
621. 688. 762. 813, 912. 915. 972; to 
increase pay of tobacco inspec- 
tors, 6. 857, 858. 865. 866. 872. 874. 
891. 924, 925. 926. 930. 937. 943. 
948; to regulate. 17. 300. 303, 327; 
19. 142, 154, 156, 253. 255. 269, 
273; SO. 62. 488. 493. 511; SI. 
243; to remove supreme ct. of o. 
& t. to, 6. 1053, 1056. 1059. 1060, 
1061, 1062, 1065. 1097; to remove 
warehouse to. 6. 1004. 1005, 1006, 
1008. 1009. 1010. 1011; to repeal 
act regulating, SI. 19. 20, 21. 29, 
39, 53, 56; to save lots in, 6. 128, 
129, 131. 149, 163, 168. 169. 173, 
174, 184, 185. 187, 189, 200; to re- 
pair jail in. 9. 402. 411, 424, 445, 
509, 511. 524. 526. 543. 547. 585. 
661. 

board of war called to. 14. 738; 

meets in. 14. 471. 
British prisoners jailed in. 10. 469. 

470, 471, 477, 486. 494. 503. 509, 694, 

631. 634. 683. 685. 691. 697. 698. 

700. 706. 789, 875, 958; 17. 645, 

710. 
Br. threaten. 16. 143, 448. 449. 
captain of guard appointed. 17. 808. 

809. 
clothing left at, 14. 551. 
condition of prisoners at, 14. 322. 
Cont. line accounts settled in, S6. 

75, 76. 
Cornwallis in, 16. 588. 
council of safety held in, 10. 

682-707, 873-81. 
council of State meets in, SS. 944- 

7, 957-9. 

courts to be held in, 6. 168. 
Craike on magazine in, 13. 146-147. 



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174 



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declaration of I. proclaimed at, 10. 

687-688, 715-16. 
elects members without writ, 6. 

598. 
given representative in Gen. As- 
sembly, 10. 1007. 
guard for magazine, SS. 927; dis- 
cussed, 13. 26, 35, 36; provided 

for, 10. 701; to be appointed at, 

18. 773. 
inspection at, 23. 641, 736, 741-4, 

792; 24. 106, 107, 581; 26. 379. 
inventory of public stores, 16. 197- 

198. 
lead at, IS. 556, 663-664. 
liberty to prisoners and conditions 

of, 14. 116. 
lieutenant for guard, 18. 813, 814. 
loan office in, 24. 130. 
magazine to be built in, IS. 854; to 

be guarded, 11. 589. 
mail facilities wanted. SI. 855, 1029, 

1041. 
medicines in to be seized, 14. 562. 
members in Assem., 6. zxvii, 364- 

365. 662, 673, 683, 801, 902, 908, 

919. 961, 1168; 7. 284, 342, 473, 

566; 8. 106, 303; 6. 139, 448, 734, 

1188; IS. 656; 13. 785; 16. 2; 17. 

265, 269, 877; 18. 74, 227; 18. 234. 

401, 489, 718; 20. 120, 186; SI. 3, 

194, 210, 872. 
members in conv. 1788 and 89, SS. 

4, 39. 
members in Prov. Cong. 8. 1041, 

1043, 1179, 1180; 10. 166, 501, 502, 

915. 
militia guard at to be discharged, 

12. 187, 194; concentrated at, 16. 

vli; military stores to be removed 

from, 13. 5. 
nom. as capital, 16. 90; as place for 

next Gen. Assembly, IS. 59; 17. 

311; 18. 421, 587, 623; SO. 29, 

207. 388. 

petition against paper money, SO. 

270; on Fed. Conv. SI. 48, 59. 
Pinkney a printer in, 11. 600, 617. 
post through, 6. 1059. 
power to be removed to, 13. 548, 

647, 650. 
press carried to, 16. 196; in, S4. 

476, 477. 

prisoners in, 11. 392; escape from, 
14. 187-188; guarded in SS. 
1031; rescued from, 8. ix; 
sent to, 11. 370, 415; 13. 313-14, 
319-20, 321; relieved, 14. 143; re- 



moved from, IS. 80-81, 95. 

proceedings S. C, 8. 1101. 1102; 10. 
337; in Rev. affairs, 8. 1038-1041. 

Prov. Cong, meets in, 10. zvii, 288, 
473, 476, 499-590, 533, 534, 589, 
612, 644, 648, 702, 802, 827. 870a 
870/, 871, 885, 888, 892, 898, 900, 
902, 908, 909. 912, 913, 927, 950, 
963, 983, 992, 1006; 11. 317, 320; 
1S.3, 75, 94, 97, 104, 141, 161. 166. 
169, 184, 218, 224. 275, 312, 
323, 343, 366, 386, 387. 566, 629, 
630, 672, 729, 789, 814, 847; 13. 
345, 462, 563, 730; S3. 977, 980. 

provisions in, 10. 697. 

public printing office established, 
IS. 67, 74. 

public stores moved to, IS. 422-423. 

quarrel over representation of, 6. 
245. 

records to be removed from, 6. 
767-768. 

recruits sent to, 14. 116. 

regulations on guard of, 13. 987. 

regulators jailed in, 10. 469. 

rendezvous at, 11. 617-518-519; 13. 
50, 53; 14. 188. 

report on army accounts settled at, 

17. 189-263; on stores at, 15. 484- 
485. 

representation of considered, 6. 

752, 985. 
return of artificers at, 15. 619-620. 
salt to be removed to, 15. 152. 
saltpeter works erected in, 13. 717, 

731; discontinued, IS. 200. 
sick removed from, 14. 378-379. 
skirmish near, S2. 96. 
smallpox in, 15. 444; 2S. 1029; near, 

11. 486. 

stores at guarded, IS. 417; to be 

removed from, 15. 455. 
subscriptions for D. S. Canal taken 

in, S5. 83. 
tax for jail in. 7. 772. 

to send member to H. of C, S3. 980. 

tobacco comrs. for, 17. 413, 416; 
inspection at, S3. 641, 736, 741- 
744. 792; to be delivered at, 24. 
724, 813; tobacco buyer elected, 

18. 189, 200, 201, 420, 429, 449, 
450, 459; warehouse in, 23. 514. 

Tory prisoners sent to, 14. 415. 

troops in, 12. 849; rendezvous at, 
13. vili, ix, 12, 166, 167. 168, 173, 
180. 188 189, 190, 254, 281, 289, 



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175 



HALIFAX COUNTY 



414. 416, 473; SS. 581; S4. 156, 
167, 369; Va. troops rendezvous 
at, 14. 24. 
Try on offers to pay wine license 

for, 7. 128. 
volunteer company from and for- 
tunes, 14. 565. 
Halifax, (N. B. or N. S.?) SS. 232, 233, 

234. 
Halifax, N. 8., 6. 757, 763. 792; 6. 1058; 
T. 168o 176, 177;. 22. 518, 969, 
985. 
Br. troops to go to, 13. 240; 14. 

223; in, 10. 458. 
naval depot for British, 10. 454. 
to be strengthened, 13. 236. 
vice admirality ct. for, 11. 217, 218. 
Halifax, Va., 10. 606; 17. 987. 
Halifax, the, 16. 258. 
Halifax, ship, at Portsmouth, Va., 16. 

157. 
Halifax Brigade, 16. ix. 
draft from and report on, SS. 1030-2. 
officers for, 10. 626. 

Halifax County, 6. zlii, 6. 351, 362, 364, 
372, 378, 379, 382, 383, 391, 392, 407, 
419, 481, 482, 601, 630, 741, 745, 
746, 818, 908, 919, 961, 1127, 1267; 
7. 477, 938, 996; 8. Iz, 687; 9. 146, 
173, 298, 349, 592, 968, 1064, 1115; 

10. xzziv, 66, 349. 524, 558, 624, 
647, 683, 685, 691. 692, 698. 699, 
796,830, 880,. 917, 936, 943, 999; 

11. 336, 832; IS. 32, 46, 66, 57. 
67. 112; 13. 50. 168, 641; 14. 262. 
489; 16. 518, 582, 655; 16. 77, 
600, 652, 954; 17. 326, 407, 412; 
18. 16, 19, 288, 497, 583, 656 700, 
701, 819, 825; 19. 132, 175, 
249, 365, 672; SO. 8, 73, 101, 209, 
211, 376. 383, 394, 408 464. 533, 694. 
747; SI. 40, 170. 204. 211, 212, 270, 
585, 589, 776, 901, 949, 1005, 1006; 

55. 95, 582. 830, 834, 839, 841, 844. 
845; 23. 488. 608, 511, 514, 553, 
564, 575, 585, 618, 620, 626, 633, 
658, 661. 692, 705, 723, 814, 855. 
874, 904. 912, 946, 964, 965, 991; 
S4. 17, 18, 227, 252, 263, 284, 285, 
294. 313, 424, 425, 581, 647, 702. 
832, 860, 938; S6. 37, 64, 466, 466, 
467. 473, 487, 490, 495; 26. 1275, 
1283. 

act for court, S4. 37-9, 50, 64, 161; 

56. 437; for poor house, S4. 
738-9. 949-60; for tax in, S6. 472-3; 
for tax for public buildings, S4. 



240, 519, 594, 625, 767;. for work on 
Tar river and Fishing creek, 24. 
702-3; on jurors, S4. 82-4, 273-5; 
S6. 442; on strays, S3. 777-9, 972; 
to add part to Edgecombe, S4. 
249-50; to change court days in, 
23. 780-1; to divide, 23. 976; to 
fix time of co. ctsi, 24. 717-18. 
837, 946-7; 26. 406. 

asks for Incorporation of town, 6. 
1269-1270. 

Baptists in, 6. 1164-1165, 1176, 1177. 

bill for tax to pay minister, 20. 
152-153, 158-159, 165, 338, 385-386; 
for tobacoo warehouse in, 6. 1021, 
1022, 1023, 1036, 1062. 1056. 1057, 
1062, 1065. 1097; on strays, 8. 100; 
9. 842, 848, 852, 861, 894, 895, 907. 
910, 913. 914, 928, 1014; to add part 
of to Edgecombe, 13. 545, 548, 568, 
678, 641-642, 648, 669; to alter 
time of courts, 7. 49, 50, 51, 72-73, 
74, 76; 20. 165, 168, 172, 177, 250, 
344, 353, 443; to clear rivers, 19. 
414, 415, 417. 464, 742, 743, 747- 
748, 791, 799, 816; to divide. 8. 93, 
98. 100, 103, 116. 125, 130, 133, 137, 
293, 296, 317. 332, 348, 352, 354, 
389, 403, 407; 9. 107, 110, 112, 114, 
147, 161, 152, 160, 163, 167, 222, 
258, 383, 388, 393, 401, 406, 443, 
446, 459, 460, 476, 482, 506, 514, 
584, 686, 637, 663, 683, 717, 719, 
723, 758, 760, 762, 770, 776, 839, 
846, 861, 889, 895, 904. 908, 909, 
910, 927, 1011; to divide Edge- 
combe parish, 9. 717, 726, 755, 
758, 762, 774, 776. 843, 847, 850, 
851, 861, 898, 900. 906, 908, 910, 
927 1012; to erect, 6. 1054, 1066, 
1097; to increase salary of Bur- 
gess, 6. 1223, 1226, 1228, 1253, 
1266, 1268, 1269, 1272, 1274, 1276. 
1278; 7. 92. 

census of 1790, 26. 591-620. 

clergy in, 8. 222. 

clothing for troops due from, 12. 

639, 748. 
court days, 23. 703, 704, 874, 885. 

932, 946. 990. 
court martial held in, 12. 604, 712* 

713. 
created, 23. 496-7. 

cut off from Edgecombe Co., 6. 293- 

293. 
debts due to, 8. 280-281. 



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176 



HALIFAX DISTRICT 



dues from sheriffs, 9. 672. 

erected, 6. 6. 

illegal elections in, 8. 120. 

in Halifax dist., 16. 377. 

inspection in, S6. 379. 

J. P's. in, 6. 997; 6. 340, 637, 762. 
1070. 1086; 9. 71; 28. 994. 

lead in, 10. 698, 927, 956. 

members of Assm., 8. 77, 362, 662, 
801, 810, 895, 1153, 1259; 7. 283, 
342; 8. 106, 109, 303; 9. 448, 451, 

734, 1188; 18. 2, 141, 549, 655; 13. 

735, 784, 794. 914; 18. 1; 17.265, 
269, 794, 877, 919; 18. 2. 226, 475, 
19. 1. 129, 234. 401, 541, 718, 762; 
SO. 2, 4. 119, 301, 475, 477; 81. 2, 
193, 729, 871. 

members in Conv. 1788 and 89, 88. 
2, 8, 10. 37. 

members in Prov. Gong., 9. 1042, 
1179; 10. 165, 500, 914, 916. 946, 
958. 

militia in regulation. 7. 718. 722, 
740, 741; 8. 697, 702, 707; 88. 469, 
478; officers, 88. 966; to be ap- 
pointed, 18. 604, 712-713, 777; or- 
ganization of, 10. 205, 207, 531, 
626, facing 680, 744, 944, 1001; to 
be equipped, 15. 618. 

officers, 8. 298. 

owes state, 81. 1068, 1069, 1074. 

parishes and ministers in, 7. 457, 
541. 

petition for more currency, 7. 927- 
928; for town, 17. 287; on court 
law, 81. 217, 223, 259; on lack of 
money in, 7. 866-867. 

population, 18. iii, 433. 

records of Lord Granville in to be 
corrected, 18. 439-440. 

report on troops of, 14. 47. 

riots in, 6. Hz. 

salt to 14. 489. 

saltpeter factory and powder mill to 
be built in. 10. 537. 

sheriffs. 8. 741. 

slaves not to cultivate tobacco, 83. 
952. 

taken out of Edgecombe. 8. 227. 

tax in, 19. 706. 

taxables in, 7. 145. 283. 289, 539, 
541. 

time for inferior ct. 7. 609, 647. 

tobacco inspection in, 83. 641, 792; 
places, etc.. 83. 736, 741. 

troops to be raised in. 13. 411; 84. 



154; to stay in N. G., 84. '405. 
wagon report wanted, 14. 393. 
Webb to procure arms for, 10. 555. 

Halifax Co., Va., 6. 1203. 
Burke to on movements of Br., 16. 

549. 
Uthables in 1756, 6. 564. 

Halifax Convention grants favors to 
Moravians, 6. 1153-1154. 

Halifax Court House, 88. 147. 148. 
152. 

Halifax District, 7. 371. 406. 809. 846. 
8. 142. 405. 515; 10. 214, 355, 581, 
584. 925, 958, 966; 11. 297, 481. 
'482; 13. 63, 315. 363, 414, 416. 
643, 670, 683. 684, 7346, IZie, 
752. 913, 933; 14. iv, x, 4. 162, 
338, 383, 403. 436, 455, 472, 475. 
842; 16. 8, 426, 427, 435, 449, 450, 
476, 479, 530, 548. 599, 649; 16. 
157. 471, 494, 513; 17. 277, 646. 
657. 677. 680, 684, 691, 692, 693, 
710, 758, 763, 773, 848, 857, 869, 
924, 941, 943, 958; 18. 12, 25, 81, 
92, 96, 105, 169, 180, 239, 243, 253. 
277, 284, 331, 402. 439, 804, 81o; 
19. 100, 108, 119, 122. 123, 133, 
144, 185, 188, 201, 202, 222, 223, 
247. 249. 251, 259, 306, 311, 328, 
329, 360, 370. 403, 501, 524, 550, 
650, 652, 656, 658, 669, 680, 685, 
692, 704, 711, 910, 995, 996; 80. 
5, 45, 52, 184, 215, 233, 234, 245. 
341. 360, 363, 376, 423, 435, 447, 
487; 81. 49, 56, 173, 206, 270, 316, 
673, 763, 822, 916, 994; 88. 544, 
561, 606, 841, 843, 847. 854, 856, 
936, 940, 953, 955; 83. 626, 686, 
688, 705, 872, 874, 990, 991; 84. 37, 
48. 50. 132, 140. 161, 229, 273, 477. 
749, 787, 813, 946; 86. 1, 483, 490. 
act for academy in. 84. 863-6; 
for court dist. 86. 433-49; for 
tax in, 83. 592; 86. 472-3; for 
public bldg.. 84. 240; for store in. 
84. 323; for tax for pub. build- 
ings. 84. 519, 625. 767; on jail of. 
83. 619-21, 927. 971; on Jurors, 
83. 575; 86. 422; to change time 
of court. 84. 664-8; to put into 
Eastern riding. 86. 65-7. 
bill for jail in, 6. 1097. 1098. 1102- 
1103. 1105. 1107. 1145. 1163, 1164. 
1171. 1176, 1179; for public bldgs., 
etc., 17. 305. 322, 336, 361, 386, 
392; 18. 148, 157, 159, 263, 266, 
272, 275. 277. 551. 586. 602. 660; 



HALIFAX DISTRICT 



177 



HALL, COL. 



for school in, 18. 26, 44, 117-118, 
259, 276, 292, 328, 345, 367; for 
tax on, 6. 855, 856, 862, 868, 869- 
870, 873, 891, 905» 923, 930, 934, 
940, 944-945, 952; for tax for pub- 
lic buildings, 20. 43; to alter 
time of court, 19. 470, 817*818; 21. 
248, 322-323, 610, 793, 797, 812, 
957, 966, 998. 

bond of A. Jones as clerk for, 7. 
738-739. 

brig. gen. for, 18. IZidf 734^; 
needed. 18. 876, 885, 886, 976. 

claims of clerk, 18. 47. 

com. to inquire into state of gun 
factory, 10. 929, 958. 

commissioners on pension claims, 
24. 736. 

com'sr on provisions, 15. 200. 

confiscation com'r for, 18. 173, 391; 
24. 662. 

counties included in, 16. 377; 28. 
692. 

district auditors for, 24. 373, 374, 
387, 422. 

draft to be made in, 17. 680, 681, 
683, 690, 692. 700, 703, 704, 761, 
764, 765, 771, 781, 782, 785. 

established for judicial purposes, 
28. 550-63. 

exemptions purchased in, 18. 876. 

extent. 7. 476-477. 

gun factory in, 12. 579, 586-587, 596- 
597, 694-695, 705-706, 709-710. 

horses impressed in, 17. 939-940. 

judges for, 12. 109; 22. 907. 

light horse organized, 18. 734/; 
raised in, 14. 24. 

members of council of safety for, 

10. 619, 632. 

military officers and troops from, 
24. 340, 341; officers elected, 20. 
198, 206, 207, 225, 262, 270, 373. 
374, 388, 416, 442, 455. 

military organization of, 10. 196, 
204, 289, 290, 291. 471, 517, 530, 
535, 539, 558, 559, 663, 564, 669, 
577, 584, 625, 626, 630, 643, 944; 

11. xi; 24. 1-5, 190, 358. 
militia paid, 18. 844, 933-934, 936; 

sent to aid of Gregory, 17. 806- 

807, 808. 
money from for Gont. Line, 24. 

567. 
officers for, 10. 517; 12. 100, 103, 

109; 14. 263, 265; 16. 148, 167, 

168, 169, 175; 18. 449, 468. 
orders for, 16. 634. 



prisoners in paroled, 18. 963, 974. 
Prov. Council for, 10. 214, 283, 286. 
provisions to be sold, 24. 394. 
report on gun factory in, 18. 383- 
384; on sales of confiscated prop- 
erty, 21. 155, 170. 
return of militia, 22. 1022. 
S. G. organized and duties, 10. 208, 

215. 
staff officers in, 15. 460. 
time of ct., 7. 605, 643. 
treasurer for, 18. 765-766; 18. 804, 

806, 817; 24. 259. 
troops to be raised in, 24. 156-6, 
157, 199, 369, 372, 415. 
Halifax District (County), recruiting 

officers for, 22. 928. 
Halifax Regiment, mutiny in. 14. 42. 
Hallngsworth, Jnc, in militia. 22. 319. 
Halket, Sir Peter, 6. 330, 441. 
kUled, 5. 431. 

to command troops in Virginia, 6. 
144(/. 

Hall, » a J. P., 8. 418. 

Hall, Miss, 17. 148. 
Hall, Miss, marries McNalr, 8. 826. 
Hall, Mr., 6. 1200. 
Hall, Mr., atty. for Bell, 18. 35. 
Hall, Mr., in Md. Leg., 16. 794. 
Hail, Mr., salt to, 14. 477. 
Hail, Mr., secretary to Bishop of Lon- 
don, 8. 624. 
Hall, Mrs., 8. 44. 
Hail, Mrs., 22. 861. 
Hall, Capt., 11. 740; 14. 4, 337; 16. 
129. 
and stores, 16. 498. 500. 
arrives in camp, 16. 473. 
letter ment'd, 18. 50. 
on board of re-arrangement, .18. 

575. 
promotion 17. 132. 
rank, 16. 664. 
receives no men, 15. 475. 
reports on troops rec'd, 15. 616-617. 
roster of Co., 16. 1007, 1008, 1010, 
1022, 1026, 1036, 1037, 1040, 1047, 
1048, 1055, 1060, 1062, 1070, 1073, 
1077, 1083, 1084, 1086, 1087, 1088, 
1093, 1094, 1098, 1107, 1109. 1116, 
1120-21, 1123, 1127, 1139, 1140, 
1142, 1150-1, 1153, 1164-5, 1168, 
1175, 1177, 1179. 1181, 1191. 
to receive drafts, 15. 562. 
Hail, Capt., orders to. 22. 688. 
Hail, Capt., return of wrong, 22. 553. 
Hail, Col., court martial of dissolved, 
12. 534. 



U 



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178 



HALL. ENOCH 



field officer, IS. 513. 

position of regt in army, IS. 508. 
Hall, Col., kiUed, SS. 116. 117. 
HalU Col. (of Md.), 14. 710. 
Hall, Dr., Br. near house of, 16. 143. 
Hall, Ensign, dead, 16. 754, 757. 
Hall, Lieut., wounded, 14. 345. 
Hall, Lt. Col., killed, 17. 998. 
Hall, MaJ., field officer, IS. 542. 

and battle of Stony Point, 14. 337. 
Hall, Abner, land grant asked, 4. 708. 
Hall, Alex., pensioner, SS. 68. 
Hall, Ann, quit rents of, SS. 241. 
Hall, Ann, quit rents of, SS. 252. 
Hall, BenJ., in militia, SS. 315. 
Hall, Clement, 4. 791, 795. 

a J. P., 4. 346. 

juror, 4. 518. 

letters quoted, 4. 794. 
Hall, Rev. Clement, claims disallowed, 
6. 983. 

to S. P. G. on church affairs, 4. 
924, 925; on his work, 4. 752-753, 
793-794, 872-873, 875, 1314-1315. 
Hall, Clement, and army frauds, 18. 
375. 

army record, 18. 480. 

arrests Pollock, and bums coach, 
10. 1030-1031, 1032. 

Cont. capt., SS. 1049. 

in assembly, 17. 290, 293, 304, 317, 
351, 355, 359, 364, 365, 387, 391, 
394, 395; 18. 406, 717, 719, 789, 
773, 794, 808, 816, 822, 824 (7), 
827, 832, 834; SO. 35. 

Ueut, 10. 187. 

officer, 18. 450, 458, 486. 

on com. of assem., 17. 316. 

rank, 16. 72, 576, 608, 1073. 

petition on county bounds, 8. 633- 
634. 

reports on his company, 18. 506- 
508, 528. 

witness in Clay case, 18. 785-786. 
Hall, Clement, quit rents of, SS. 252. 
Hall, D., field officer, IS. 538. 
Hall, Daniel, imports persons, 1. 493. 

Juror, 1. 610, 611. 

sells land, 1. 535. 

stock for, 1. 493. 
Hail, Daniel, juror, S6. 186. 
Hall, David, army pay, 17. 217. 

army rank, 16. 1077. 
Hall, David, army rank, 16. 1085. 
Hall, David, building com'r, S6. 68. 

com. of forfeited estates, 14. 303. 

pres. of court martial, IS. 524, 532. 



recommended for paymaster, 18. 
172. 
Hall, David, in militia, SS. 366. 
Hall, Delany, army rank, 18. 1073. 
Hall, Durham, allowance to, 18. 668, 
679. 

boundary com'r, S4. 838. 

in assembly, 17. 264, 266, 278, 293, 
304, 351, 354, 364, 365, 366, 368, 
387, 391, 394, 395, 424; 18. 10, 
226, 228, 257, 266, 284, 311, 312, 
317, 344, 351, 357, 360, 361, 362, 
376, 389, 412, 429, 443, 445, 468, 
469, 470, 471; 18. 721, 730, 738, 
773, 794, 799, 804, 816, 821, 824 (?), 
827, 835; SO. 21, 33. 

in conv. 1788, SS. 2, 12, 26, 28, 31, 
32 33. 

major, SO. 262, 270, 442, 455. 

officer, 18. 450, 458. 

on com. of assem., 17. 290, 291, 314; 
18. 9, 25, 47, 127, 237, 238, 254, 
277, 349. 

petition, 18. 530. 

sells horse. 18. 928. 
Hall, E., S4. 469. 
Hall, E., in assembly, 18. 824. 
Hall, E., salt to, 14. 489. 
Hall, Edmund, act to yest lands in, 
S6. 105. 

bill to Test lots in. SI. 800, 821, 
830, 965, 968, 987, 992, 1000. 

petition, SI. 792, 794, 924, 926, 954, 
987. 
Hall, Edward, 14. 489. 
Hall, Edward, SI. 55, 467, 1043. 

a J. P., 17. 922. 

act for him to collect debts due 
McNair, S4. 761. 

army rank, 16. 1080. 

bill to settle estate of McNair, SO. 
91-92, 98, 112. 

money from, SI. 1063. 

petition, SO. 80; granted, 17. 306, 
310, 373, 382, 397-398, 401, 408, 
419. 

sheriff, SI. 1076. 

to GasweU on letters of adminis- 
tration, 11. 787. 

town com'r, S4. 176, 740. 

witness, 10. 926. 
Hall, Ellhu, in militia, SS? 392. 
Hall, Enoch, absent from N. C, 4. 
1102. 

action as chief Justice, 4. 1079-1080. 

arrears of salary due to, 8. 654. 

bonds deposited with, 4. 1149. 



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179 



HALL. LYMAN 



Bd. Trade to on hla return to N. 

C, 6. 27. 
chief justice, 4. 982, 996; commis- 
sion as chief justice 11. 74, 112- 
113. 
com'r to revise laws, S8. 268. 
dead, 6. 403; 11. 124. 
deposition on 4. 1221, 1222-1223; 

in behalf of, 4. 1141-1142. 
does not allow Johnston's letters 

to be read, 4. 1109-1110, 1121. 

Hill to on his return to N. C, 6. 16. 

Johnston to on taking of evidence in 

struggle for representation, 4. 

1203-1204. 

payment of arrears to, 4. 982, 996- 

997. 
refuses summons, 4. 1206. 
takes depositions, 4. 1177-1178. 
testimony demanded, 4. 1108. 
Hallp Futrlll, army rank, 18. 1085. 
Hall, George A., payment to» 17. 661. 
HaiU George Abbott, prisoner, 16. 

393. 
Hall, Giles, setUer, 1. 76. 
Hall, Hannahp fined, 9. 662. 
Hall, Hannah, sales of, 1. 668. 
Haft, Helen, quit rents of, S2. 249. 
Hall, Henry, juror, 4. 617. 

land grant to, 4. 52. 
Halt, Henry, petition, SI. 192. 
Hall, Hugh, lieut, 10. 320. 
to assembly on use of militia, 19. 
389-390. 
Hall, 1^ 9. 1234. 

Hall, Jacob, touches at C, 1. 348. 
Hall, James, army pay, 17. 217. 
Hall, James, army pay, 17. 217. 
Hall, James, army pay, 17. 221. 
Hall, James, army rank, 19. 1072. 
Hall, James, army rank, 19. 1077. 
Hall, James, army rank, 19. 1078. 
Hall, James, army rank, 19. 1078. 
Hall, James, army rank, 19. 1080. 
Hall, James, army rank, 19. 1082. 
Hall, James, army rank, 19. 1083. 
Hall, James, building com'r, S6. 483. 
Hall, James, clerk, 9. 298. 
Hall, James, in army, 16. 731. 
Hall, James, in militia, tS. 285. 
Hall, James, killed, tO. 722. 
Hall, James, pensioned, 9. 131, 206, 

213, 214, 220. 
Hall, James, petition, 91. 925, 927. 
Hall, James, school trustee, 94. 30, 

690. 
Halt, James, settles in Va., 1. 226. 



Hall, James, voter, 16. 237. 
Hall, James, work ment'd, 6. 1194. 
Hall, Jese, army rank, 19. 1081. 
Hall, Jese, army rank. 19. 1083. 
Hall, Jesse, army pay, 17. 221. 
Hall, J no., army rank, 19. 1081. 
Hall, John,, army rank, 19. 1084. 
Hall, John, asks for new county, 9. 
92. 

Hall, John, asks pardon for Hunter, 

9. 86-87. 
Hall, John, bill to seU land, SI. 797, 

812, 823, 968, 960, 972, 981, 990. 
Hall, John, dead, 16. 759. 
Hall. John, felon, SS. 837. 
Hall, John, in conv. 1789; SS. 36, 47, 

48. 
Hall, John, in militia, 17. 1060. 
Hall, Jno., in militia, SS. 280. 
Hall, Jno., in militia, SS. 398. 
Hall, John, in N. C. battalion, 19. 

344. 

Hall, John, land grant to, 4. 1241, 

1250. 
rights proved, 14. 626. 
Hall, John, officer, SS. 702. 
Hall, John, pensioner, SS. 68. 
Hall, John, peUUon, SI. 767, 760, 779, 

851, 904r 909, 914, 934, 938, 963, 

961, 1025, 1026. 
Hall, John, quit rents of, SS. 241. 
Hall, Jno., Jr., in miUtia, SS. 366. 
Hall, Jno. H., money from, SI. 1063. 
Hall, John Henry, commissary, 14. 

489. 
Hall, Joseph, army pay, 17. 217. 
Hall, Joseph, breaks jail, 6. 981. 
Hall, Jos., exempted taxes, 19. 4. 
Hall, Joseph, fined, 9. 652. 
Hall, Jos., juror, S6. 190. 
Hail, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 217. 

1241. 
Hall, Jos., quit rents of, SS. 244. 
Hall, Jos., Jr., in militia, SS. 324. 
Hail, Jo. Cavall, to Gates on condition 

of troops, 14. 645; on Md. troops, 

14. 687-688. 
Hall, Joseph O., takes oath, SS. 171. 
Hall, Joshua, army pay, 17. 216. 
Hall, Joshua, army pay, 17. 220. 
Hall, Josh., army rank, 19. 1083. 
Hail, Josh., army rank, 19. 1085. 
Hall, Josh., army rank, 19. 1085. 
Hall, Lyman, Martin to on Tories and 

Spanish encroachments, 17. 13- 

14, 16. 



HALL, MARGARET 



180 



HALLING. SOLOMON 



to Martin on attainted Tories, 18. 

877. 
Half, Margaret, fined, 9. 652. 
Halt, Margaret, 8r.p fined, 9. 652. 
Hall, Nath., a J. P., 2. 572. 638; ». 234. 
Hall. Nathan, army pay, 17. 217. 

army rank, 16. 1081. 
Hall, Nath., Juror, 26. 187. 
Hall, Nathi., auditor, 2. 716. 
•juror, 2. 552, 591, 646, 704. 
sales of, 1. 568. 
surety, 2. 590. 
witness, 2. 709. 
Hall, Richard, exempted, 6. 451. • 
Hall, RIch'd, In mlUUa, 22. 393. 
Hall, Richard, in militia, 22. 421. 
Hall, Robt., in militia, 22, 351. 
Hall, Robert, surgeon, 10. 521. 
Hall, Roger, petition, 21. 909, 914. 

1025, 1026. 
Hall, Rose, sells land, 1. 535. 
Hall, Samuel, in Jail, 22. 862. 
Hall, Samuel, Juror, 4. 517. 
Hall, Samuel, naval officer, 18. 

174, 181, 397, 413. 
Hall, Samuel Robert, pardoned, 7. 

870-871. 
Hall, Shadrick, a J. P.. 22. 918. 
Hail, Shadwick, a J. P., 26. 995. 
Hall, Spence, in conv. 1789, 22. 36, 

47. 48. 
Hall, Spencer, a J. P.. 28. 993. 
Hall, Staph., Juror, 26. 187. 
Hall, Stephen, land grant asked for, 

4. 634. 
Hall, Thos., 21, 1025. 
Hall, Thomas, a J. P., 4. 1243; 6. 

1070. 
commits deserter to prison. 6. 983. 
land grant asked for, 4. 440; to 4. 

55. 703, 799. 
petitions on roads and ferries, 6. 

164-166. 
rights proved, 4. 615. 
Hall, Thomas, army rank. 16. 1074. 
Hall, Thos., army rank. 16. 1080. 
Hall, Thos., army record. 18. 475. 
Hall, Thomas, asks pardon for regu- 
lators, 8. 98-99. 
Hall, Thos., in militia, 22. 306. 
Hall, Thos., in militia, 22. 396. 
Hall, Thomas, claims, 8. 590. 
Hall, Thos., petition, 18. 254, 256. 
Hall, Thos., prisoner, 16. 392. 
Hall, Thos., under sheriff, 1. 516. 
Hall, Thos. H., 21. 792. 



Hall, Thos. Harmlnson, in Prov. 
Cong., 10. 165, 167, 173. 

on com. of Prov. Gong., 10. 180. 

to Caswell on Lewellen, 11. 776, 
777. 
Hall, Willie, Juryman, 1. 534. 
Hall, Wm., a J. P.. 28. 993. 
Hall, Wm., a J. P.. 28. 994. 
Hall, Wm., army pay. 17. 216. 
Hall, Wm., army pay. 17. 221. 
Hall, Wm., army rank. 16. 1083. 
Hall, Wm., biU for toll bridge, f8. 
639-640. 

bridge of bought, 18. 440. 777, 791. 

building coms'r.. 24. 827. 
Hall, Wm., buys land, 1. 535. 

Juror, 1. 610, 611. 

law suit, 1. 581, 608. 

sells estate, 1. 525. 

stock for, 1. 493. 
Hall, Wm., deserter, 11. 795. 
Hall, Wm., fined, 8. 652. 
Hall, Wm., in militia, 22. 398. 
Hall, Wm., in Prov. Cong., 10. 931; 
on com. Prov. Gong., 10. 974. 

on Surry S. C, 10. 251. 

kills Tory. 18. 209-210,224. 

pardoned, 18. 444-445. 
Hall, Wm., land grant to, 4. 636, 707, 

708. 801. 1247. 
Hall, Wm., major. 10. 206. 
Hall, Wm., owes state. 21. 1068. 
Hall, Wm., pensioner, 22. 68. 
Hall, Wm., petition, 21. 909, 914, 1025, 

1026. 
Hall, Wm., petitions for Wheatfield, 

16. 660. 
Hall, Wm., prisoner, 16. 392. 
Hall, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Hall, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 252. 
Hallale, Jas., in militia, 22. 348. 
Hallard, James, never comes to N. C, 

8. 209. 
Hallaway. See Halloway. 
Hallaway, John, army pay, 17. 219. 
Halle, Jno., in militia, 22. 319. 
Hallet. John, 1. 179. 
Hallet, Joseph, to N. Y. delegates on 

arrival of Clinton, 10. 429. 
Halley, John, land grant to. 4. 848. 
Halley, Jos., in milita. 22. 380. 
Halley, Wm., in militia. 22. 378. 
Halller, Richard, rights proved. 4. 596. 
Hailing, Solomon, cont. surgeon, 
1049. 

introduced to Caswell, 16. 328. 

officer, 18. 486. 



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181 



HALTON. ROBT. 



Hallom, Tho8.y bound out, 1. 622. 
Halloway. See Hallaway. 
Halloway, Joseph, road coms'r., 

222. 
Halloway, Taylor, pensioner, S2. 70. 
Hallows, the,18. 50. 
Hall's, Dr., 14. 94; 16. 210. 
Hall's Ferry, S8. 908, 909. 
Hall's Ordinary, 9. 1064. 
Hailsed, Ed., in militia, 2S. 348. 
Hallum, Ellz., imported, 1. 396. 
Hailum, John, imported, 1. 395. 
Hallum, Prudence, imported, 1. 395. 

witness, 1. 447. 
Hallums, Wm., protests a.gainst regu- 
lators, 8. 273-4. 
Halsey (Halsy), Daniel, appraiser, 1. 
865. 

imports persons, 1. 435. 

reads writ for assembly, 1. 696. 

witness, 1. 430. 
Halsey, Daniel, in militia, 22. 325. 
Halsey, Ed., quit rents of 22. 256. 
Halsey, Edd., in militia, 22. 325. 
Halsey, Henry, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Halsey, John, claims allowed, 22. 404- 

405. 
Halsey, John, Juror, 4. 516. 

land grant, 4. 710. 
Halsey, John, quit rents of, 22. 256. 
Halsey, John, road coms'r, 23. 214. 
Halsey, MalchI, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Halsey, Mary, imported, 1. 435. 
Halsey (Hallsey), Miles, asks for 
lapsed land, 2. 429. 

land lapses, 2. 574. 
Halsey, Miles, in militia, 22. 325. 
Halsey, Miles, petitions on county 

bounds. 9. 633-634. 
Halsey, Will, clerk Edenton, S. C, 10. 

671. 
Halsey, Wm., allowance to, 22. 823. 
Halsey (Hallsey), Wm., appraiser, 2. 
673. 

juror. 2. 657, 667, 668, 826. 

lapse patent to, 2. 574. 

tried for theft, 2. 446. 
Halsey, Wm., claim allowed, 6. 977. 
Halsey, Wm., county clerk, 6. 320. 
Halsey, Wm., Juror, 4. 517. 
Halsey, Wm., petitions on county 

bounds, 9. 633-634. 
Halske, Lawrence, settler, 1. 76. 
Halstead, Jolly, army rank, 18. 1078. 
Halstead, Lamuel, in miliUa. 22. 333. 
Halstead, Lemuel, army pay, 17. 219. 



army rank, 16. 1078; 18. 797. 
Halstead, Simon, 2. 803. 
Halten, Brazil, army rank, 18. 1084. 
Halton, Robt., 8. 621. 

a J. P., 4. 4, 46, 218, 346, 447, 683. 

absent from council, 8. 415. 

agent for Qranville, 4. 1116. 

aids in suspension of Porter, 8. 
325, 326, 329. 

answers charge of usurpation by 
Smith, 4. 455-460, 462-470. 

assistant justice, 4. 637; receiver of 
quit rents, 4. 45. 

attends assembly, 8. 263. 

auditor, 8. 222. 

bond produced, 8. 593. 

case against dismissed, 4. 220. 

claims, 4. 149; for work on S. C. 
survey, 4. 282, 283. 

commands company in Jamacia, 4. 
575. 

comr. of Wilmington, 28. 134, 148; 
on Carteret's lands, 4. 639, 799- 
800; on S. C. line, 4. viii, 281. 

complaint sent to, 4. 453. 

consents to erection of new pre- 
cincts, 8. 450. 

dead, 4. 924, 925, 935; 5. 32; 11. 
115. 

expense in surveying Granville line, 
4. 698-700. 

favors Wilmington bill, 4. 449, 482, 
483, 485; county treasurer's bill, 
4. 480, 484. 

fort coms'r, 28. 229. 

gives up office of provost marshal, 
28. 126-7. 

grants by on Granville's land de- 
clared void, 5. Ivi. 299. 

in Carthagena expedition, 11. 115. 

in council, 8. 85. 86, 91, 197. 209, 
212-215, 217-250, 252-257, 398-414, 
417-419, 424-429, 435, 472, 476, 517, 
536-538; 4. 1-4, 31, 32-55, 56-60, 
72-73, 75-85, 86-92, 95. 216-241, 271- 
278, 279-281, 283-284, 331-337, 342- 
350, 351-355-382, 439-461, 470-476, 
477-478, 479-492, 534-535, 537-551, 
625-651, 674-675, 700, 702-709, 711- 
714, 759-760, 764-770, 852-855. 
884-895, 897-917, 1166. 

in London, 4. 793. 

land entry under, 5. 1090-1092. 

land grant asked for, 4. 440, 701; 
grants to, 4. 49, 51, 52, 218, 222, 



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182 



HAMER, JOHN 



336, 632» 651, 676, 710, 764; land 
offered to, 8. 209. 
marshall, 8. 513, 591. 
on com. of correspondence with 
agent, 11. Ill; of council, 8. 274, 
312; 4. 82, 92, 93; 359, 360, 387, 
476, 914; of correspondence, S8. 
304; to Inquire Into blank patent 
frauds, 4. 40. 
provost marshall and commissioner 

of musters, 8. 214. 
requested to resign office of pro- 
vost marshall, 4. 390. 
re-survey asked for, 4. 455. 
reviews history of representation, 

4. 1198-1201. 
rights proved, 4. 649. 
road coms'r, 28. 220. 
runs S. C. line, 8. 776, 793. 
summoned to and attends Board of 

Trade, 4. 798. 
supports Burrington, 8. 476. 
suspended from council, 8. 627, 628, 

629. 
takes farms from others, 8. 364. 
to administer oath to assembly, 4. 

226, 470. 
usher of court of exchequer, 4. 44. 
votes to suspend Porter, 8. 507, 

519, 520, 523. 
witness, 8. 401. 
Halton, Robert, reports on claims, S2. 

404. 
Halyon, Willis, shoe-maker, 16. 620. 
Ham. See Hamb, Hamm. 
Ham, Drury, in army, 18. 625. 
Ham, Jacob, bill for services, 22. 436, 

437. 
Ham, James, takes oath, 22. 179. 
Ham, John, settler, 1. 76. 
Ham, Thomas, petition on G. H., 9. 

806-8. 
Ham, Wm., 2. 809. 
Ham, Wm., land grant to, 4. 707; 

rights proved, 4. 706. 
Hamalt, Richard, takes oath, 22. 171. 
Haman, John, arrested for not going 
to war, 2. 126. 
to take deposition, 1. 646. 
Hamar. See Hamer. 
Hamar, John, bond as deputy receiver 

of quit rents, 6. 438-439. 
Hamb, Wm., army pay, 17. 217. 

army rank, 16. 1079. 
Hambilton. See Hamilton. 
Hambilton and Co., 7. 773. 



Hambleton, Mr., widow holds naval 

accounts, 4. 1284. 
Hambleton, John, In army, 18. 508. 
Hambleton, Jno., in militia, 22. 327. 
Hambleton, Stewart, army pay, 17. 

221. 
Hambleton, Thos., 22. 349. 
Hambleton, Wm., Juror, 4. 525. 
Hamblin's Old Store, 22. 98. 
Hambrick, Nathan, petition, 20. 549. 
Hambrlght, Capt. Frederick, 16. 689. 
a J. P., 28. 995. 
building coms'r, 24. 472. 
goes against Cherokees, 22. 429. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 89, 166, 173, 191. 
major, 10. 206. 

on Tryon com. of secrecy, etc., 10. 
424; on Tryon S. C, 10. 120, 162, 
247, 297, 423, 424, 440. 
signs Tryon Asso., 10, 162-163. 
resigns as J. P. and from militia, 

19. 178, 289. 
thanked for King's Mtn. and sword 
to, 17. 696, 697, 704, 710, 739. 
Hambrlght, Frederick, in militia, 22. 

281. 
Hambro (Hamburg), 6. 318. 
Hamburg, Germany, 6. 1158, 1161; 
19. 564. 
manufacturing advantages of, 16. 

921, 922. 
rice exported to, 6. 1031. 
trade with, 10. 696. 
Hamby, Wm., petition on location of 

G. H., 18. 362-354. 
Hamelton. See Hamilton. 
Hamelton, Margrett, imported, 1. 396. 
Hamer. See Hamar. 
Hamer, James, land grant to, 4. 1037, 
1049. 
rights proved, 4. 1035. 
Hamer (Haymer), John, a J. P., 6. 
799. 
building coms'r, 26. 286. 
claims allowed, 6. 742. 
deposition on refusal to pay quit 

rents, 6. 938-9. 
in assembly, 6. 232, 237, 263, 265, 
266, 267, 282, 286, 287, 510, 521, 
628, 529, 532, 533, 535, 643, 879, 
882, 889, 897, 908, 909, 914, 915. 
land grant asked, 4. 708; to, 4. 

803. 1037-8, 1049. 
on com. of assem., 6. 240, 623. 
road coms'r, 28. 221; 26. 400. 
sheriff, 4. 889. 



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183 



HAMILTON. JOHN 



Hamer, John, allowance to, SS. 864. 

Hamer, Michael, pay to, SS. 1013. 

Hamety CharleSf petitions on land 
grants. 8. 1260-1262; 11. 250-262. 

Hamea, 8a m» petition from, 1. 146- 
149. 

Hameton, Josh way, petition on separa- 
tion, SS. 706-13. 

Hamilton. See Hambilton, Hamble- 
ton Hamelton, Hamleton. 

Hamilton, ^ 10. 329. 

Hamilton, ^ claims, 4. 809. 

Hamilton, ^ commands troops 

from N. Y., 14. 599. 

Hamilton, ^ felon, SS. 400. 

Hamilton, , land dispute, 6. 818. 

Hamilton, ^ regulator, 8. 619. 

Hamilton, Messrs., 16. 661; 19. 881. 

Hamilton, Mr., 7. 9. 

Hamilton, Mr., 7. 166. 

Hamilton, Mr., 8. 223. 

Hamilton, Mr., 9. 1063. 

Hamilton, Mr., 10. 7b3. 

Hamilton, Mr., 11. 646, 647. 

Hamilton, Mr., 18. 690. 

Hamilton, Mr., SO. 775. 

Hamilton, Mr., at Board of Trade 
meeting, 6. 806-810; 8. 67-76, 327- 
330. 

Hamilton, Mr., on board of war, 11. 
682. 

Hamilton, Mr., takes fees, 4. 1126. 

Hamilton, Capt., 7. 191. 

Hamilton, Capt., wounded, SI. 547. 

Hamilton, Col., asks parole for Burke, 
18. 185. 

Hamilton, Gov. (of Pa.), 8. 34. 

Hamilton, Lieut., needs clothing, 14. 
682. 
wounded, 16. 761. 

Hamilton, Lt. Col., and battle of Cam- 
den, 16. 270. 
killed at Camden, 14. 869. 

Hamilton, President, 8. 14. 

Hamilton, Alexander, pays money to 
U. S., 18. 928, 929. 

Hamilton, Andrew, gov. of Jersey, 1. 

468, 530. 
Hamilton, Archibald, SO. 487. 
Hamilton, Archibald, and Co., SI. 170. 
Hamilton, Arch'd, land grant asked, 
4. 764, 1047. 
posts libel against Smith, 4. 537-8, 

562-3. 
rights proved, 4. 598. 
witness, 4. 503, 504. 



Hamilton, Archibald, leaves N. C, 11. 
790. 
petition, 18. 537. 
property confiscated, 18. 672; S4. 

263, 424. 
sells land, S4. 467, 874. 
Hamilton, Arch'd, petition on catch- 
ing fish, 8. 87-88. 
Hamilton, Arch'd, regulator, 7. 737. 
Hamilton, Aroh'd, to state accounts of 
N. C. with United Colonies, 10. 
577. 
Hamilton, Arch'd, vestryman, S8. 191. 
Hamilton, Arthur, postmaster in Wil- 
mington, SS. 846. 
Hamilton, D., 10. 1028. 
Hamilton, David, prisoner, 17. 1045. 
Hamilton, George, petition on C. H., 

8. 806-808. 
Hamilton, George, prisoner, 18. 672. 
Hamilton, Gustavus, Scotch trader, '1. 

467, 469. 
Hamilton,. Hance,. army rank, 18. 

1077. 
Hamilton, Hance, arrested as loyal- 
ist, 10. 873. 
denounces the congress, 10. 796. 
Hamilton, Hance, in assembly, SI. 
784, 788. 797, 871, 873, 898, 927. 
930, 937, 939, 941, 944, 950, 968, 
958, 980, 999, 1012, 1013, 1016. 
1021, 1031. 1032, 1049, 1050, 1055. 
owes state. SI. 948, 1051, 1052, 1074. 
peUtion, SI. 236, 249, 334, 641-642, 
683, 902. 
Hamilton, James, land grant to, 4. 
588, 641. 
rights proved, 4. 640. 
Hamilton, James, lapse patent to, S. 

638. 
Hamilton, James, pensioner, SS. 70. 
Hamilton, James, petition, SO. 138. 

164, 165. 
Hamilton, James, to bring suit. 10. 

310. 
Hamilton, John, 18. 881. 
Hamilton, John, SO. 391, 392. 
Hamilton, John, (Tory colonel), 14. 
680; 18. 282; SS. 230. 
captured, 16. 386. 
commands N. C. Tory reg't, SS. 

191, 194, 231, 235, 237, 239. 
corps of joins Comwallis, 16. 782. 

783; meets, 16. 280. 
exchanged, 14. 824. 
excites Tories, 14. xiii, 867; to rise, 
16. 252. 



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184 



HAMILTON, MALITIA 



leaves N. G.» 11. 790; 18. vl, 368. 
location of corps, 14. 749. 
movements, 16. 277, 279. 
N. C. regt, of ment'd. 13. vll; 14. 

652; SS. 777; with Rawdon, 14. 

599. 
organizes N. C. loyalists 11. xvlU. 
property confiscated, 19. 672; S4. 

263, 424. 

returns on parole, 14. 611. 
sent to Bell's Mill, 17. 1002. 
to Caswell on passports for depart- 
ing Tories, 11. 656-657; on per- 
mission to Tories to leave N. C, 
11. 596-597. 
to Fanning on his claims, SS. 232- 

3. 
troops of to invade N. C, 16. 261. 
Hamilton, Johnp army rank. 16. 1072. 
Hamilton, John, army rank, 16. 1075. 
Hamilton, John, boundary coms'r, 24. 
745. 
court to be held at house of, 24. 
827. 
Hamilton, John, in assembly, 17. 

264, 266, 279, 285, 293, 297, 
304, 354, 359, 364, 365, 366. 
376, 387, 391, 394, 406, 425; 18. 
226, 228, 257, 258, 265, 284, 298, 
317, 323, 327, 344, 345, 346, 351, 
356, 357, 361, 362, 376, 389, 393, 
399, 412, 429, 440, 443, 445, 468, 469, 
470, 471; 16. 717, 719, 769, 773, 
794, 804, 808, 821, 824, 827, 835; 
SO. 7, 483, 500, 532, 537, 638, 540, 
544, 547; SI. 2, 3, 6, 12, 33, 35, 47, 
52, 59, 66, 68, 74, 77, 89, 92, 100, 
104, 109, 115, 121, 123. 130, 133, 
154, 160, 168, 179, 189. 

in conv. 1788, SS. 2, 5, 25, 27, 30, 31, 
35. 

In conv. 1789, SS. 37, 46, 48, 49, 51. 

on com. of assem., 17. 268, 277, 278; 
16. 8. 15, 28, 47. 145, 207, 235, 243, 
258, 277, 292 364, 431. 

petition on Martinique debt, SI. 
252. 

sells land, S4. 467, 874. 

town coms'r., S4. 779. 

trustee Univ., S6. 22. 
Hamilton, John (Edenton), Collins to 
on hemp., SS. 802. 

In assembly, SI. 194, 195, 198 199, 
201. 202, 207, 208, 215, 216, 217, 
219, 223. 225. 226. 229. 232. 234, 
238, 241. 243. 245. 247, 251. 253, 



254, 261. 238, 241, 243, 245, 247, 
251, 253, 254, 261, 264, 268, 271, 
278, 279, 287, 288, 289, 292, 294, 
303, 805, 306, 311. 319, 820, 321, 
325, 327, 328, 329, 332, 353. 367, 
370, 372, 375, 376, 382, 392, 402, 
412, 432, 578, 581, 587. 592, 596, 
597, 599, 604, 608, 609. 614, 620, 
624, 638, 650, 651, 660, 665, 936, 
937, 939, 941. 944. 946, 950, 953. 
958. 961, 965, 970, 973, 976, 980, 
985, 999, 1012, 1013, 1015, 1021, 
1031, 1032, 1049, 1050, 1055. 1082. 
to take subscriptions for D. S. canal, 
S6. 83. 

Hamilton, John (Guilford), in assem., 
SI. 193. 195. 199, 201. 202, 204, 
207, 215, 216, 217, 225, 226, 229, 
234, 236, 238, 245, 263, 264, 271, 
273, 278, 288, 294, 299, 302, 305, 
306, 311, 314, 319, 320, 327, 328, 332, 
344, 346, 367, 370, 372, 375, 376, 
379, 382, 392, 393, 402, 431, 
581, 587, 596, 597, 599, 608, 609, 
624, 627, 647, 650, 651, 653, 660, 
665. 
nom. for G. of S., SI. 386, 399, 70&, 
711. 

Hamilton, John (of Sullivan) memor- 
ial, SO. 401. 

Hamilton, John, in mlUtia, 16. 399. 

Hamilton, John, land lapses, S. 453. 

Hamilton, John, officer, 16. 449. 
on S. G. of Edenton, 6. 1236. 
to Gouncil of Safety on the brig 
William, 10. 741-742, 745. 

Hamilton, John, petition, SI. 812, 977, 
980. 

Hamilton, John, treats Olyphant bad- 
ly, 16. 661. 

Hamilton, John, & Co., account against 
brig William, 10. 742. 
appeal in case of the William to 

Prov. Gong., 10. 707. 
property of to be examined, 10. 
551. 

Hamilton, Joseph, petition on separa- 
tion, SS. 705-11. 

Hamilton, Joseph, to petition for ad- 
mission, SS. 724. 

Hamilton, Magdallne, land grant to, 
4. 807. 

Hamilton, Malaliai, to Dry on seiz- 
ure of vessels, 7. 177-8. 

Hamilton, Mailtia, to value houses, 
10. 390. 



HAMILTON. MATTHEW 



185 



HAMMOND. COL. 



Hamilton, Matthew, bill found against 
for riot. 8. 511. 
exempted from pardon, 7. 851. 
In Hillsboro riot. 8. 245. 
Indicted as regulator. 8. 531. 532; 

quashed. 7. 845. 
pardon asked for. 9. 84-5. 
Hamilton, Moses, In militia, SS. 355. 
Hamilton, Nimian, regulator. 7. 736. 
Hamilton, (Hambelton), Ninlan, ex- 
empted from pardon. 7. 851. 
indicted as regulator. 8. 531, 532; 

quashed. 7. 844-845. 
messenger for regulators. 7. 731. 
petitions for pardon. 9. 38; for pro- 
tection, SS. 891. 
signs regulator's ad.. 7. 716. 
to Tryon on Regulation. 7. 801-803. 
whips Lea, 8. 26. 
Hamilton, "Ninlan, 8r., ready to sub- 
mit to law. 7. 863. 
Hamilton, Ninlan Bell (Bealt).* arrest 
ordered. 7. 705, 707. 
council proposes to exempt from 

pardon. 9. 425. 433, 547. 
exempted from pardon. 7. 851. 
in Hillsboro riot. 8. 245. 
Indicted as regulator. 8. 531*. in- 
dictment quashed. 7. 845. 
petition on catching fish. 9. 87-88; 
to Martin for pardon of, 9. 38, 39. 
Hamilton, Otto, to attend Board of 

Trade. 4. 879. 
Hamilton, Patrlcic, 6. 536. 
Hamilton, Patrlcic, 9. 1234. 
Hamilton, Robert, a J. p.. 4. 347. 447. 
auditor. 4. 445. 

financial dealings with Thos. Pol- 
lock. 2. 276-278. 
land grant to. 4. 280. 
petition. 4. 494. 
Hamilton, Robert, claims allowed. 9. 

439. 514. 566. 578. 
Hamilton, Robert, exempted. 9. 495. 
Hamilton, Stewart, S3. 976. 
Hamilton, Stewart, army rank. 16. 

1082. 
Hamilton, Thos., pensioner, 22. 69. 
Halmlton. Thos^ regulator, 7. 737; 8. 

519; indicted. 8. 531. 
Hamilton, W. G., nominates Turner as 
naval officer, 8. 41-42. 
on suspension of Murray and Ruth- 
erford. 6. 959-960. 
prepares new com. and instructions 
for Dobbs. 8. 524-532. 



recommends salary for council, 6. 
787-788; suspension of Murray 
and Rutherford, 6. 957-958. 
to Dobbs on aid bill, etc., 6. 64-56; 
on public affairs, 6. 607-8. 

Hamilton, Wm., petitions on law of 
debts, 4. 844-5. 

Hamilton, Wm., to Gates on pltmder- 
ing of troops, 14. 602-3. 

Hamilton's Ford, S. C, 17. 982. 

Hamleton, Andrew, in militia, 22.359. 

Hamlin, Daniel, poll inspector, 20. 
322. 

Hamlin, John, on S. C. of Salisbury 
District, 10. 215. 
on Surry S. C, 10. 228, 251, 255; re- 
fuses to serve on Surry S. C, 10. 
251. 
salt to be delivered to, 10. 828. 

Hamm. See Ham. Hamb. 

Hamm, Fill Jacob, receipts for ser- 
vice, 22. 468. 

Hamm, Jacob, receipts for service. 
22. 468. 

Hamm, Stephen, army pay, 17. 218. 

Hamm, Thomas, regulator, 7. 734. 

Hammack, Charles, takes oath, 22. 
175. 

Hammer, Abram, regulator, 7. 734. 

Hammer, John, com'r to locate pub. 
buildings, 24. 880. 

Hammerer, Mr., 7. 268. 

Hammerton (Hamerton), John, ac- 
tion noted. 4. 30. 
opposes Johnston, 4. 15. 24. 
receiver general. 4. 39; commis* 

sioned. 11. 4-6. 
refuses to do his duty on quit rents, 

11. 73. 
troubles with as receiver gen. of S. 
C. 11. 51-54. 

Hammock, David, takes oath, 22. 176. 

Hammock, Samuel, army rank, 18. 
1084. 

Hammon, IMr., 10. 651. 

Hammon, B. J no., army rank, 10. 1075. 

Hammon, Edward, army pay, 17. 219. 

Hammon, Isaac, army rank, 16. 1083. 

Hammon, John, in army. 18. 506. 

Hammon, Wm., instigates Indictments, 
3. 59. 

Hammon, Willis, army pay. 17. 218. 

Hammond, Mr., 19. 896. 

Hammond, Capt., 10. 745. 

Hammond, Col., 17. 558. 

Hammond, Col., 22. 159. 

Hammond, Col., reports on encroach- 



HAMMOND. ALEXANDER 186 



HAMPTON, JOHN 



ments on Cherokee, 18. 184-186. 
Hammond, Alexander, army pay, 17. 

216. 
Hammond, Clement, Juror, 2. 666. 

lapse patent to, S. 525, 574. 
Hammond, Geo^ 2S. 159. 
Hammond, Hen., juror, 26. 187. 
Hammond, Jesae, receives pay for sol- 
diers, 17. 196. 
Hammond, Job, takes oath, 22. 176. 
Hammond, John, inquest on. 6. 741. 
Hammond, John, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Hammond, Judah, army rank, IS. 

1076. 
Hammond, LeRoy, peace conunission- 

er with Gherokees, 11. 417. 
Hammond, Martin, deserter, 11. 795. 
Hammond, Nathan, in Leg. Transyl- 
vania. 9. 1267, 1273, 1275. 
Hammond, Rawleigh, takes oath, 

176. 
Hammond, Samuel, takes oath, 

176. 
Hammond, Thos., in militia, 22. 324. 
Hammond, Valentine, in Leg. Trans- 

sylvania, 8. 1267, 1273, 1275. 
Hammond, Wm., Baptist minister, 6. 

1188. 
Hammond, William, sea captain, 1. 

323. 
Hammonds, Lt., wounded, 16. 638. 
Hammonds, Edwd, army pay, 17. 220. 

army rank, 16. 1076. 
Hammonds, Edward, deserter, 11. 

795. 
Hammond's (Hamond's) Creek, 4. 60, 

278. 
bill for road, 6. 492. 
Ham mens, BenJ., pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hammona, Isaac, army pay, 17. 216. 
Hammons, Joa^ pay to, 22. 1013. 
Hammona, Martin, claims proved, 6. 

517. 
Hammona, Ralph, army pay, 17. 219. 
Hammontree, Griffin, army pay, 17. 

220. 
army rank, 16. 1082. 
Hammuck, Charles, in militia, 22. 

160. 
Hammuck, David, in militia, 22. 160. 
Hammuck, John in militia, 22. 160. 
Hamon, James, in militia, 22. 164. 
Hamour, John, in militia, 17. 1042. 
Hampden, Mr., 6. 1058. 
Hampshire Co., Va., Baptists in, 6. 

1167. 
titheables in 1756, 6. 564. 



Hampton. See Hampden, Hamton. 

Hampton, » 10. 657. 

Hampton, , exchange of consid- 
ered, 16. 150. 

Hampton, » kiUed, 10. 784. 

Hampton, Capt., 5. 1208, 1212. 
Hampton, CoU commands N. C. 
troops, 19. 980. 
dispute of over seniority, 12. 470. 
field officer, 12. 514. 
position of regt in army, 12. 609. 
Hampton, Lt. Col. (Br.) exchange of 

desired, 18. 319, 326. 
Hampton, Adam, lieut, 10. 519. 
Hampton, Andrew, 22. 98. 
Hampton, Andrew, allowed to buy 
gunpowder, 10. 247. 
asks pay for feeding Indians, 6. 

853. 
building com'r, 24. 473. 
claim allowed. 6. 978. 
major, 10. 532. 
on Tryon S. C, 10. 120, 162, 163, 

247, 296, 297, 423, 424. 
owes State, 21. 1069. 
petition, 21. 817, 849, 858, 984, 1038. 
to Gates on troops for King's Mtn 

14. 663-4. 
vestryman, 28. 497. 
Hampton, Andrew, in militia, 22. 808. 
Hampton, Andrew, petitions for re- 
peal of tax on free negroes, 8. 
982-3. 
reports on militia company, 22. 
379-80. 
Hampton, Anthony, boundary com'r, 

28. 907. 
Co. com'r, 28. 845. 
Hampton, Ephrlam, in militia, 

308. 
Hampton, Ephrlam, in militia, 

379. 
Hampton, George, army pay, 17. 218. 
Hampton, James, juror, 22. 502, 503, 

507. 
Hampton, James, on Surry S. C, 10. 

228. 251. 
Hampton, John, asks relief from 

church tax, 8. 95-6. 
Hampton, John, case of, 16. 684, 

685, 694, 699. 
trial, reprieve and protection to, 

16. 263, 266-269, 270. 
Hampton, John, fined, 8. 651. 
Hampton, John, in militia, 22. 364. 
Hampton, J no., in militia, 22. 394. 
Hampton, John, to be exchanged, 18. 



HAMPTON. JONATHAN 



187 



HANCOCK, JOHN 



98-99. 
Hampton, Jonathan, 9. 1233. 
a J. P., 28. 995. 
entry taker, 17. 848, 851. 
In assem., 9. 383, 448, 458, 474, 475, 
588; on com. of assembly, 9. 454. 
owes State. 21. 1077. 
petition, 21. 767, 791, 802, 914, 921, 
959. 
Hampton, Preston, aids colonies 
among Cherokees, arrested and 
escapes, 10. 771, 772, 774. 
Hampton, Stephen, army pay, 17. 

219. 
Hampton, Thos., exempted from taxes, 

18. 931-932. 
Hampton, Thos^ resolve in fayor of, 

18. 841. 
Hampton, Col. Wade, 22. 144. 
N. C. troops under, 22. 731. 
Hampton, Zacha., army rank, 18. 

1081. 
Hampton, Zacharlah, takes oath, 22. 

170. 
Hampton, Zekell, in militia, 22. 165. 
Hampton, 1. 968; 2. 18, 54, 310, 397; 
8. 604; 18. 355. 
another name for Pamlico, 1. 803. 
Hampton, Va., 6. y. 111, 136, UAd, 
367, 372, 394, 402; 10. 321; 11. 
43; 18. 492; 16. 752; 17. 929, 992. 
Br. at, 14. 717; bum, 14. 748. 
plan of taken, 14. 689. 
Hampton Court, 8. 499; 4. 251. 
Hampton Roads, 14. 689; 16. 300; 
26. 91. 
Br. fleet at, 1 6. .143, 574, 698. 
Br. to take post in, 16. 246. 
French arrlye in, 16. 424; 17. 987. 
Hamptons, the, seized by Indians, 10. 

771. 
Hamrick, Nathaniel, petition, 21. 33, 

39, 104, 107, 192. 
Hamrlght, Fred'k, Juror, 10. 2, 4, 

5, 6, 7, 8. 
Hamrod, Burling, land grant to, 4. 

892. 
Hamstead, Capt. Joshua, 10. 833. 
caUed before Proy. Cong, to answer 

charges, 10. 926. 
commits Heath, 10. 995. 
G. of S. to on sailing of priyateers, 

11. 336. 
guilty of gross negligence in yoy- 

age for State, 12. 419, 422. 
imports powder, 10. 636. 
resolye on, 18. 7. 



slanders Dayis, 10. 836. 
to be called to account by assem., 
12. 235. 
Hamson, John, army pay, 17. 219. 
Hamton. See Hampton. 
Hamton, Ephriam, recommended, 22. 
368. 
report on militia Co., 22. 369. 
Hanau, troops leyied from, 10. 453. 
Hanberry, Jesse, army rank, 16. 1082. 
H anbury, Capel, 6. 636. 
Hanbury J., petitions on law of debts, 

4. 844-845. 
Hanbury, John, 6. 636. 
Hance, Philip, army pay, 17. 220. 
Hanchey, Jacob, in militia, 22. 286. 
Hanchey, Martin, petition of consider- 
ed, 18. 104, 105. 
Hanchy, Jaoob, Jr., in militia, 22. 286. 
Hancks, Argil, takes oath, 22. 176. 
Hancock. See Handcock. 
Hancook (Hencock), Indian chief, 
fort of, 1. 899, 900. 
Indian prisoner, 2. 4. 
presides at Council, 1. 928-929. 
to be captured, 1. 880, 883, 891, 896. 
to liberate DeGraffenried and exe- 
cute Lawson, 1. 932-933. 
town of, 1. 927. 
Hancock, Mr., 8. 708. 
Hancock, Mr., Indian charges against, 

.1. 991. 
Hancock, Mr., sells horse and wagon 

to N. C, 10. 852, 855. 
Hancock, Lt., 82. 112. 
Hancock, BenJ., in militia, 22. 264, 

267. 
Hancook, Edward, to procure arms, 

10. 525. 
Hancock, Elizabeth, imported, 1. 533. 
Hancock, Hector, land grant to, 4. 

279. 
Hancock, Henry, army pay, 17. 216. 

army rank, 18. 216. 
Hancock, Isaac, army pay, 17. 216. 

army rank, 16. 730; 18. 1072. 
Hancock, James, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 

62. 
Hancock, John, 11. 804; 18. 100, 182. 
Hancock, John, Caswell to introducing 
A. Nash, 11. 565. 
com. to on prisoners, 11. 293-295. 
Council of Safety to on condition of 
N. C. and its need of aid, 11. 299- 
300. 
goy. of Mass., 14. 668. 



HANCOCK, JOHN 



188 



HAND SAW 



Howe to on defenceless condition 

of S. C, 11. 707-709. 
letter ment'd. 10. 947; 18. 23, 24; 
laid before Prov. Cong., 10. 938. 
president Cont Cong., 10. 912; 11. 
291, 292, 755; 17. 389, 581; 18. 
620; resigns as pres. C. C, 18. 
643. 
proscribed, 10. 98. 
signs address to people of Gt Brit., 

10. 83. 
to Caswell on adoption of Fed'l. 
Court, 21. 448; on regulation of 
prices, 11. 394; on removal of 
naval and military stores. 11. 
686-586. 
to Council of Safety on Cherokee 
war, 10. 681; on further enlist- 
ments of troops, 10. 807-808. 
to president of C. C. on redemption 
of continental bills, Penobscot ex- 
pedition and bounties, 18. 988- 
990; on muvements of Br. fleet, 
10. 908, 909; on preservation of 
Declaration of Independence, 11. 
371; on recruits and provisions 
for troops, 11. 361. 
Washington to on battle of German- 
town, 11. 642-644, 779. 
Hancook, John, imported, 1. 533. 

sells land, 1. 488. 
Hancock, John, in militia, 22. 317. 
Hancock, John, land grant to. 4. 628. 
Hancook, John, road coms'r, 28. 221. 
Hancock, Joseph, a J. P.. 28. 994. 
in assembly, 12. 369, 399, 408, 430, 
442; 18. 625, 690, 697, 712, 717, 
721, 794. 824, 938, 966, 980, 982, 
990, 1000; 18. 375, 382. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 166, 167, 172, 
500, 601, 623, 668, 914, 916; on 
com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 176, 604, 
543, 917. 
Hancock, Mary, imported. 1. 533. 

orphans bound out, 1. 677. 
Hancock, May, imported, 1. 533. 
Hancock, Nath., in miUtia, 82. 264. 

267. 
Hancock, Nath., in militia, 22. 338. 
Hancock, Nath.. in militia. 82. 342. 
Hancook, 8am'l., pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hancock, Steven, signs Quaker peti- 
tion, 1. 262. 
Hancock. Thos., mare appraised, 1. 
613. 
orphans bound out. 1. 577. 



Hancock, Thos., transports persons, 1. 

633. 
Hancock, Wm., a J. P., 4. 47. 
Hancock, Wm., army pay, 17. 218. 
army rank, 10. 1076. 
asks help of Spotswood, 1. 819-820. 
Juror, 2. 436, 436, 437. 
reports persons who refuse to go 

to Indian war, 2. 126. 
to lay out road, 28. 98. 
vestryman, 2. 209; 28. 8. 
Hancock, Wm., attorney and town 

trustee. 26. 204. 
Hancock, Wm., ensign, 10. 625. 
Hancock, Wm., land grant to, 4. 965. 

resurvey granted to, 4. 589. 
Hancock, Wm., Tory officer, 22. 197. 
Hancock, Wm., Jr., petition, 2. 429. 
Hancock, Wm., 8r., appraiser, 2. 71. 
Hancock, Fort, 12. 755. 
erected by de Chambray, 12. 638, 

741. 
garrison to be disbanded, 16. 889. 
guns for, 18. 311, 312. 
money and paymaster needed for, 

18. 172. 
officers for elected, 12. 636, 638, 

743, 744, 745. 
regulations on officers and soldiers, 
12. 643i 649, 650, 753, 756, 766, 
759, 760. 
report on expense of erecting. 12. 

827. 
should be finished and garrisoned, 

16. 233, 234. 
Tillman reports on, 18. 327. 
war stores for, 18. 185. 
Hancock's Creek, 8. 336; 28. 12. 

voting place on, 2. 214. 
Hand, Gen., 12. v. 
appointed a brigadier over Sum- 
ner. 18. 263. 
opposes disolution of committees of 

C. C, 17. 173. 
ordered to frontier, 11. 449. 
promotion discussed by Burke, 11. 

662-563. 
protests against appointment of to 
command N. C. troops, 11. 760- 
751. 
Hand, Jos., army rank, 18. 1084. 
Hand, M., to Martin on wives and 

children of Tories, 18. 467-469. 
Hand, Peter, in militia, 22. 322. 
Hand, Wm., hanged, 22. 844. 
Hand saw, taken by distress and peti- 
tion for 2. 66. 



HANDCOCK 



189 



HANMER. DANIEL 



Hand cock. See Hancock. 

Handcccky Mr., toast to, 8. 1067. 

Handcoeky MaJ., offers to capture In- 
dians, 2. 298. 

Hand cock, J as., in militia, 22. 416. 

Handcock, John, pensioner, 22. 69. 

Handcock, Wm., a J. P., 8. 244. 
in assem., 8. 562, 679, 691; 4. 116. 
juror, 8. 64. 

Handcock, Wm., in militia, 22. 416. 

Handcock, Wm., juror, 26. 190. 

Handing, Win'm, juror, 4. 616. 

Hand ley. See Hanley. 

Hand ley, James, in assem.* 21. 2, 
4, 47, 62, 66, 68, 74, 110, 116, 
133, 190, 194, 196, 234, 288, 294. 
806, 332, 344, 346, 367, 372, 379, 
402, 411, 432. 
in conv. 1778, 22. 3, 5, 26, 28, 30. 

32. 
in conv. 1789, 22. 39, 47, 48. 

Hand ley, Jesse, payment to, 22. 467. 

Hand ley, Jessie, prisoner, 16. 672. 

Hand ley, John, in assem, 17. 266, 
266, 286, 307, 364, 365, 366, 368, 
387, 394, 395, 406; 18. 718, 719, 
768, 804, 808. 
.Hand ley, Wm., army rank, 18. 604, 
629; 16. 1087. 

Handrey, Thos., gives power of attor- 
ney, 2. 104. 

Handry, Thos., law suit, 2. 106. 

Hands, » law suit, 4. 676. 

Hands, Heseklah, examination of 
testimony of, 2. 346. 

Hand us, Peter, 4. 799. 

Handy, Jno., in militia, 22. 310, 314. 

Handy, John, to be capt, 6. 161. 

Handy, Matthias, In assembly, 21. 
738, 751. 765, 871, 873, 876, 
899, 918, 930, 931, 946, 963, 966, 
1007. 1012, 1013, 1015, 1021, 1030, 
1032, 1046, 1060. 
In Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 47, 48. 

Handy, Peter, in miUtia, 22. 324. 

Handy, Peter, juror, 26. 190. 

Handy, Peter, land to be resurveyed, 
4. 333. 

Handys, Peter, 4. 631. 

Handy side, Col., Gov. of Jamaica, 2. 
286. 

Haners, Hilary, in militia, 17. 1054. 

Hanes. See Haines, Hains, Haynes. 

Hanes, John, pay to, 22. 467. 

Haneson (Halson), Mr., in C. C, 16. 
640, 641, 671. 

Haney, Charles, pensioner, 22. 69. 



Haney, Robt., pensioner. 22. 69. 
Hanger, George, Comwallis on work 

of. 16. 261. 
Hangerford, Maj., 11. 264. 
Hanging man. See Hanging maw. 
Hanging Maw (Hanging man), 17. 11. 
actions 16. 924. 

and Indian affairs. 22. 998-999. 
killed, 22. 696. 
makes treaty, 22. 666-9. 
signs treaty, 17. 586; 21. 535. 
talk from, 18. 451; 22. 492-3; to, 

18. 941-942. 
treats with whites, 18. 696-700. 
Hanging Point, defense ship should 
be stationed at, 16. 72. 
fort at, 16. 351, 416, 567. 
Hanging Rock, 8. C, 14. xiv. 515, 656, 
670; 16. 61, 63. 269. 685. 
attacked by Sumter. 16. 268. 
batUe at, 16. 171; 18. 968, 972, 

974, 980; 22. 730. 
British at, 14. 636, 606; attacked 
at 16. 50; losses at, 14. 868; 
prisoners taken at recaptured* 
16. 272. 
Davie makes excursion to, 16. 369; 

scouts around, 22. 776. 
Gates' army followed to, 16. 271. 
number British at, 14. 505, 516. 
reinforcements sent to, and battle, 

16. 267. 
report on battle of, 14. 540-543. 
Tories attacked at, 18. 268; 18. 
988. 989-990, 996. 
Hanging Rock Creek, 18. 986, 987, 

988. 
Hanging Rock Road, 14. 822. 
Hanllie, Wm., pensioner, 22. 68. 
Hanlne, John, patents land, 4. 62. 
Hanlsh, Elijah, in army, 18. 626. 
Hankey, Martin, petition, 18. 71-72. 
Hanklns, Danness, 8. 1239. 
Han kins, Dennis, petition, 21. 739, 
743, 883, 887. 888-889, 892. 
resigns as J. P., 21. 992, 998. 
Hanks, Jacob, army pay, 17. 221. 
Hanks, Mott, gun impressed, 22.418. 
Hanley. See Handley. 
Hanley, CoU commands marksmen, 

12. 530. 
Hanley, Daniel, asks pardon for Froit, 

8. 93-94. 
Hanmer (Hammer), Daniel, chief 
justice, 8. 628, 629. 
imprisoned, 4. 19-20. 
in council, 8. 628, 629, 637. 



HANMER, SIR THOMAS 190 



HANSON, PHIL. 



petition and denial of forgerji 4. 

637-538, 662-563. 
petitions King against Smith, 4. 

623. 
qualifies members of assembly, 8. 

637, 641. 
Hanmerp 8lr Thomas, 8. 628, 629. 
Hann, Peter, in S. C, assembly, 8. 

902. 
messenger to Council, 1. 824. 
Hanna, MeCllntock A Co., goods of 

sold by S. C, 8. 1103. 
Hanna, Caleb, army pay, 17. 219. 
Hanna, John, recommendation of, 11. 

756. 
Hannah, Henry, in militia, 2S. 391. 
Hannah, Jamea, allowance to, 

846. 
fined, 8. 652 
Hannah, John, claim, 8. 487. 
Hannah, Jonathan, in militia, 

390. 
Hannah, Jos^ in militia, 88. 390. 
Hannah, Robert, in assembly, 81. 

871, 873, 927, 930, 937, 941, 946, 

965, 969, 970, 999, 1004, 1012, 

1013, 1021, 1031, 1060, 1066. 
Hannah, Robert, receipts for seryices, 

88. 466. 
Hannah, Wm^ petition, 18. 53. 
Hannah, Wm., petition considered, 18. 

82, 88. 
Hannah, Wm., petition on separation, 

88. 706-7. 
Hannah, vessel, 18. 976. 
Hannah and Betay, sloop, 18. 566. 
Hanner, Lt. CoL, field officer, 18.617. 
Hanner, Joseph, army pay, 17. 219. 
Hanner, Caleb, soldier, 17. 797. 
Hanners, -Henry, army rank, 18. 

1079. 
Hanners, Joseph, soldier, 18. 797. 
Hannibal, ship, 17. 662. 
Hanning, John, land grant to, 4. 

675. 
Hanning (Hannon), Loyal, 5. xzzi; 

15. 760. 
Hannls, John, a J. P., 4. 47, 346. 
Hannls, Joseph, in assembly, 8. 286, 

288, 289. 
land grant to, 4. 1261. 
Hannls, Jos^ in militia, 88. 317. 
Hannls, Jos., In militia, 88. 323. 
Hannlss, Catharine, land grant to, 4. 

803. 
Hanover (Hannover), House of, 8. 6, 

261, 296, 317, 365; 4. x; 5. 683; 



8. 667; 7. 129; 8. 1043; 18. 10, 11, 
61, 202, 227. 
El7erard not disaffected to, 8. 19. 
origin of claims to throne, 18. 434. 
to be defended, 8. 1043, 1044. 
Hanover, brig, cargo sold, 18. 369. 
Cook instructed to prosecute case 

of, 18. 32, 34. 
Cook's claims allowed for prosecu- 
tion against, 18. 100, 102, 104. 
sold with cargo, 18. 20, 100, 719- 
720. 
Hanover, brigantine, brings in blank- 
ets, «S8. 916. 
Hanover, Germany, S. 663, 859; 8. 
632, 633, 763; 18. 463. 
consistory council asked for pas- 
tors, 8. 762. 
Hanover, Va., 5. 1213, 1221. 
Hanover Co., Va., 8. 1066; 18. 49. 
immigration from, 5. 1214. 
Utheables in 1756, 5. 664. 
Hanover Court House, Va., 8. 1065, 
1069, 1248; 11. 368, 373, 892; 14. 
499; 18. 605. 
Hanover Presbytery, 5. 1200, 1212, 
1214; 5. 1218, 1219, 1221, 1224, 
1226. ^ 

Hanover (Hannover) Square, 8. 204, 

345, 370, 372, 396. 
Hanover Street, London, 8. 678; 8. 



Hanoverians, hired by British, 18. 
466. 

Hansen, Charles, army pay, 17. 219. 

Hansen, Hicks, army pay, 17. 217. 

Hansford, Thos., a J. P., 4. 46, 346. 

Hanshaw, Jacob, land grant to, 4. 
804. 

Hanshey, Jacob, land grant to, 4. 896. 

Hansley, Jno., in militia, 88. 341. 

Hanson, Adolphus, law suit, 8. 110, 
111. 

Hanson, Daniel, pensioner, 88. 69. 

Hanson, Erasmus, taxable, 15. 191. 
voter, 15. 238. 

Hanson, Eras. M., buys lottery tick- 
ets, 11. 742. 

Hanson, Isaac, prisoner, 18. 673. 

Hanson, John, collects quit rents, 8. 
727. 

Hanson, John, pres. of C. C, 18. 426. 
to Martin on Illicit trade with Brit- 
ish, 18. 343-344. 356-357; on lack 
of representation in C. C, 18. 
330. 

Hanson. Phil., land grant to, 4. 217. 



HARALSON. HERNDON 



191 



HARDESON. JAS. E. 



Haralson, Herndon, 2S. 120, 121. 
Harardf E., payment by, 17. 561. 
Harback, Jno^ army rank, 16. 1085. 
Harbaun, laland, 12. 210. 
Harbert, Jaa^ in miUtia, 2S. 319. 
Harbert, Wm., in militia, 2S. 338. 
Harbert, Wm., land grant to, 4. 651. 

Harbln» » wife slandered, 8. '276. 

Harblaon, Jamea, petitions for ex- 
tension of power of J. P.'s., 7. 
874-875. 
Harbors, at Cape Lookout, 6. 597- 
598. 
best on coast, 5. 346. 
bill to prevent stopping of, 8. 558, 

684, 591. 
lack of, S. 396. 
of Cape Lookout considered, 5. 

487. 
report on, 5. 159. 
results of bad ones on N. C, 1. 

287. 
should be fortified, 18. 869. 
survey to be made of, 5. 1142. 
to be examined by Dobbs, 5. 333. 
to be surveyed, 8. 208. 
to Neuse River discussed, 6. 344- 
345. 
Harbour Island, ft. 381; 28. 671, 672; 

24. 127. 
Harbourd, J no., army rank, 18. 1085. 
Harbut, Jane, sells land, 1. 487. 
Harcor's Island, inspection at, 28. 

641. 
Harcourt, Lord Viscount, 2. 680, 732. 
Hareourt, Earl of, at Privy Council, 

11. 212-216. 
Hareourt, Samuel, opinion on S. C. 

church acts, 1. 642-643. 
Harcourt's Island, 24. 127. 
Harcout's Island, 12. 210. 
Hard, Edward, Jr^ land grant to, 4. 

638. 
Hard Labor, 8. C, 7. 461. 997. 
treaty with Cherokees at, 7. 851- 
855; 8. 25. 
Hardee. See Hardey, Hardy. 
Hardee, Abraham, 21. 274. 
Hardee, Isaac, In militia, 18. 100. 
Hardee, Isaac, on clothes for 10th 

regt., 11. 670-671. 
Hardee, Isaac, patroler, 18. 243. 
Hardee, Isaac, Jr., patroler, 18. 64. 
Hardee, John, a J. P., 28. 994. 
Hardee, Jno., in militia, 22. 415. 
Hardee, John, land grant to, 4. 628. 
petition on trade, 6. 321-324. 



Hardee, John, ohm. S. C. of Pitt Co., 
8. 1079, 1080, 1088. 
in militia, 8. 696. 
company of chooses officers, 18. 

100. 
on com. to collect aid for Boston, 

8. 1081. 
on couL of S. C, 8. 1081. 
on S. C. of Pitt, 8. 1075, 1095, 1126, 
1164, 1171, 1240, 1266, 1281; 18. 
14, 62, 261. 
petitions for Tyson, 18. 580. 
Hardee, John, Jr., on S. C. of Pitt, 18. 
38, 62, 99. 
relieved as patroler and summoned 
before S. C, 18. 243. 
Hardee, Joseph, patroler, 18. 63. 
Hardee, Robert, 18. 243. 
Hardee, Robert, dropped as J. P., 8. 

762. 
Hardee, Thomas, on S. C. of Pitt, 18. 

38, 62. 
Hardee, Thos., 8r., on S. C. of Pitt, 

18. 99. 
Harden, Charles, signs Pitt Asso., 18. 

221. 
Harden, Capt, 18. 895. 
members of S. Coul from company 
of, 18. 423. 
Harden, CoU 18. 941. 
Harden, CoU 22. 648. 
Harden, BenJ., boundary and building 

com'r., 24. 236, 237. 
Harden, Benjamin, on Tryon S. C, 

18. 120, 162, 247, 423. 
Harden, BenJ., Jr., captain, 8. 1025. 
Harden, BenJ., 8r., building coms'r, 

24. 973. 
Harden, Charles, claim, 8. 490. 
Harden, Israel, patroler, 18. 63. 
Harden, Jesse, army pay, 17. 219. 
Harden, John, captain, 18. 320. 
Harden, John, lieut, 8. 1025. 
Harden, Joseph, captain, 18. 937. 
in Prov. Cong., 18. 89, 166, 168, 173, 

915, 924. 
Martin to on intrusion on Indian 

lands, 18. 944-945. 
on Tryon S. C, 18. 120, 162, 423, 

424. 
petitions on land grants, 8. 1260- 

1263. 
signs Tryon Asso., 18. 162-163. 
Harden, Lemuel, gun impressed, 

414. 
Harden, John Nicholas, 21. 113. 
Hardeson, Jas. E., juror, 26. 186. 



HARDEY 



192 



HARBISON. JESSEE 



Hardey. See Hardee, Hardy. 
Hardey, Andrew, in militia, 22. 416. 
Hardey, BenJ., a J. P., 6. 1008. 
Hardey, laaac, in militia, 22. 415. 
Hardey. Isa'h, in militia, 22. 415. 
Hardey, John,' Juror, 8. 508. 
Hardey, Mathew, resurvey granted to, 

6. 815. 
Hardey, Robt., in militia, 22. 415. 
Hardey, Thoa., in militia, 22. 415. 
Hardges, John, asks for new county, 

8. 89-90. 
Hardgrove, Richard, land grant to, 

4. 638. 

Hardgrove, Wm., in militia, 22. 160. 

Hardham'8 snuff, 17. 156. 

Hardick, Rich'd., army rank, 18. 

1083. 
Hardle. See Hardee, Hardy. 
Hardie, John, a J. P., 8. 343. 

complaints against, 8. 1068, 1069. 
Hardie, Robert, a J. P., 8. 762. 
Hardiman. See Hardyman. 
Hard i man, Thoa^ in assem., 21. 1, 

3, 6, 47, 52, 53, 66, 68, 74, 109, 

121, 130, 133, 154, 160, 168, 179, 

189. 
in conv. 1788, 22. 2, 5, 25, 28, 30, 

31. 
Hardin. See Harden, Hardon. 
Hardin, Capt., rations for, 18. 703. 

704. 
Hardin, Benj., signs Tryon Asso.. 

18. 162-163. 
Hardin, John, candidate for captaincy, 

18. 252. 
Hardin, John, in Proy. Cong., 18. 

186. 
Hardin (Harden), John, on Rowan 

5. C, 18. 252, 279, 280. 
Hardin, John J., sends account of 

King's MTn, 16. 104. 
Hardin, Jos., allowance to, 18. 398. 

and liquor for Indians, 18. 925. 

claims allowed, 18. 949. 

colonel, 22. 716. 

in assembly, 12. 817, 872, 879; 18. 
625, 690. 697. 708, 709, 712, 717, 
721; 18. 2. 3, 104. 127, 153, 156, 
165, 167; 18. 70, 89, 234. 238, 
379; 28. 506; 21. 44, 47, 52, 66, 68, 
74, 77, 109, 113, 115, 121, 130, 133, 
155, 160, 168, 179, 191. 

major, 18. 204; 14. 264; of Ught 
house, 18. 734^. 

on com. of Assembly, 18. 642; 18. 
101, 130. 

on com. of Proy. Cong., 18. 924. 



725. 



owes State, 21. 1068. 
sent to Cumoerland, 
signs test, 18. 297. 
witness treaty, 22. 650. 
Hardin, Lewis, army rank, 18. 1079. 
Hardin, Gen. Martin D., takes notes 

of Rey. battles, 15. 104. 
Hardin, (Harding), Wm., captain, 14. 
246; of light house, 18. 734^. 
rations allowed to, 12. 855-856. 
Harding, Lt. Col., dead, 16. 756-757. 
Harding, Abraham, army pay, 17. 
221. 
army rank, 18. 1082. 
Harding, Henry R., takes oath, 22. 

170. 
Harding, Israei, army pay, 17. 221. 

army rank, 18. 1082. 
Harding, John, co. coms'r, 24. 29. 
Harding, Jos., 21. 459. 
Harding, Joseph, a J. P., 28. 994. 

in assem., 18. 394. 
Harding, Lewia, army rank, 18. 1084. 
Harding, Mokea, in militia, 22. 342. 
Harding, Sam, rights proyed, 4. 640. 
Harding, Samuei, ship master, 8. ,261, 

545. 
Harding, Thoa., appraiser, 2. 59. 
asks aid of Va., 1. 837-838. 
holds freedman as slaye, 2. 550-551, 

555, 557. 
incorporator of Bath, 28. 73. 
juror, 2. 98, 442, 474. 
library coms'r, 28. 78. 
petitions, 2. 330. 
sells land, 2. 492. 
yestryman, 28. 7. 
witness, 2. 592, 602. 
Harding, Thoa., in assembly, 25. 159. 
Harding, Tea., yestryman, 2. 209. 
Harding, Wm., 2. 751. 

juror, 2. 715. 
Hardinge, (Harding), IMr., sec'y to 
Lords of T., letter to ment'd, 5. 
652. 
Hardinge, Nicholas, Pownall to on cus- 
toms, 6. 648; on quit rents, 5. 
647-648. 
Hardison, Benj., a yolunteer, 14. 839. 
Hardison, Benj., in militia, 22. 270. 
Hardison, Chariea, juror, 4. 525. 
Hardison, Hardy, army rank, 18. 

1077. 
Hardison Jasper, juror, 4. 525. 
Hardison, Jese, army rank, 14. 1079. 
Hardison, Jeaae, in N. C. battalion, 18. 
344. 



HARDISON. JOHN 



193 



HARDY. MATHEW 



Hardl8on, John, a J. P., 15. 698. 
HardiBon, John, a J. P., 28. 994. 
Hardison, John, debts due by, 6. 280- 
281. 
dues from as sheriff, 8. 873. 
in assembly, 8. 1105, 1148, 1176, 

1217. 
in Prov. Cong.. 18. 914, 916, 960. 
major of militia, 18. 600, 708. 
nom. as major, 18. 393. 
on com. of assenL, 8. 1153. 
on com. ProY. Cong., 18. 917. 
Hardiaon, John, land grant to, 4.631. 
Hardi^on, John, quit rents of, 88. 245. 
Hardlaon, John, report on militia co., 

88. 390. 
Hardiaon Joaeph, army pay, 17. 217. 

army rank, 18. 1080. 
Hardiaon, Joaeph, deposition, 6. 823. 
Hard ley, Edward, a J. P., 4. 346. 
Hardman, MaJ., on council of war, 14. 

719. 
Hardmand, Maj., clothing to, 14. 716. 
Harden. See Harden, Hardin. 
Hardon, Capt., on court martial, 15. 

736. 
Hardaon, John, juror, 86. 186. 
Hardwick, Capt., robs and plunders, 
14. 468-469. 

Hardwood, » 8. 60. 

Hardy. See Hardee, Hardey, Hardie. 
Hardy, Mr., letter ment'd and con- 
duct considered, 7. 756. 
Hardy, Mr., Pollock arrested at house 

of, 18. 1028-1029, 1030. 
Hardy, Mr., sells pork, 17. 767. 
Hardy, Capt., 8. 172. 

trades to Europe, 18. 695. 
Hardy, Col., 14. 172, 827 
Hardy, Dr., surgeon of troops sent to 
S. C, 5. xxix. 
payment to, 5. 798. 
Hardy, Abraham, (Alex), maj., 88. 

272, 461. 
Hardy, Benj., in assem., 5. 868; 8. 
1096, 1150, 1170; 7. 368, 563, 565, 
567, 591, 592, 595, 600, 611, 625, 
633, 636. 649, 901, 906, 945; 8. 143, 
144, 149, 150, 156, 201, 223; on 
com. of assem., 8. 1153, 1268. 
recommends McCartney, 8. 61-62. 
Hardy, Edward, petitions for Windsor 

as C. H., 8. 804-805. 
Hardy, Francia, supplies N. C. line, 

18. 484, 496. 
Hardy, Hugh, jailer, 5. 977. 
Hardy, Humphrey, a J. P., 88. 992. 
memorial, 81. 208, 213, 275, 597, 680. 



petitions for Windsor as C. H., 8, 
804-805. 
Hardy, Jacob, land granted to, 1. 852. 

land lapses, 8. 390. 
Hardy, Jeaa, petitions for Windsor 

as C. H., 8. 804-805. 
Hardy, (Hardey), John, a J. P., 8.264. 
a justice, 8. 357-371. 
a justice of general court, 8. 264, 

265-269, 274-275. 
appraiser, 8. 64. 
asks aid of Va., 1. 837-838. 
fails to collect Urmston's salary, 8. 

121. 
land grant to, 1. 844, 852; land 

lapses, 1. 852; 8. 454. 
reports on Indian scare, 8. 815. 
tax collector, 8. 11. 
to divide estate, 8. 250. 
to hear suit as justice, 8. 289-290. 
to report on collections, 8. 151. 
vestryman, 8. 151, 208; 88. 7. 
Hardy, John, a J. P., 8. 223, 417; 4. 
346. 813, 966. 
coms'r on boundary, 88. 480; on 
building. 85. 329, 343, 344; of Co., 
88. 531. 
C. H. on lands of, 88. 531, 532, 533. 
in assembly, 5. 232, 243, 246, 267, 
288, 506, 508, 510, 526, 527, 537, 
541, 543, 544, 688. 695, 718, 843, 
868, 889. 895, 1070, 1075; 8. 95, 
109, 801, 807, 845, 893, 908, 919. 
on conL of assenL, 5. 1043; 8. 812, 

817, 913. 
road comsr., 88. 222. 
Hardy, Jnc army rank, 18. 1075. 
Hardy, John, bills in favor of. 11.409. 
Hardy, John, exempted as juror, 8. 

510. 
Hardy, John, land grants to, 4. 598, 

602, 627, 707, 800. 
Hardy, John, quit rents of, 88. 244. 
Hardy, John, rights proved, 4. 598, 

706. 
Hardy, John, soldier of Cont. Bat, 18. 

150-151, 158-159. 
Hardy, John, (of Ga.), allowed to re- 

cuit in N. C, 88. 915-16. 
Hardy, Joa., army rank, 18. 1082. 
Hardy, Joa., army rank, 18. 1082. 
Hardy, Joa., captures the Sally, 88. 

894. 
Hardy, Joa., juror, 4. 521. 
Hardy, Lamb, 88. 287. 
Hardy, Mat, juror, 4. 522. 
Hardy, Mathew, produces accoimts, 5. 
969. 



18 



HARDY. ROBT. 



194 



HARFORD CO. 



Hardy. Robert, a J. P., 6. 340. 
chairman S. C. of Edenton, 8. 1134. 

1236. 
C. of S. to appointing him a com. of 

Edenton, 11. 314, 415. 
dropped as J. P., 6. 80. 
makes shoes for troops, 11. 366. 
navigation coms'r, 24. 125. 
on S. G. of Edenton, 8. 1134, 1135. 
petitions on county bounds, 8. 633- 

635. 
receives powder, 10. 953. 
school trustee, 28. 823. 
seizes the Polly 10. 876. 
supplies to be sent to, 11. 315. 
to arm vessels, 10. 352. 
to buy arms, etc., 10. 646. 
to C. of S. on clothes for troops, 10. 
849; on cruise of the King Tam- 
many, 10. 848-849. 
Hardy, Robert, army rank, 16. 1083. 
Hardy, Robert, dead, 24. 390. 
Hardy, Robert, land grant asked for, 

4. 454. 
Hardy, Samuel, explorer, 1. 121; signs 

report, 1. 139. 
Hardy, Samuel, in C. C, 17. 556, 557. 
Marbois to on open ports for U. S., 

17. 161-162. 
to Martin on acts received, 17. 88. 
Hardy, Thos., army rank, 16. 1074.~* 
Hardy, Thomas, exempted, 6. 849. 
Hardy, (Hadley), Thomas, in assem.. 

8. 297, 327, 329, 333, 336, 397. 
Hardy, Thomas, vestryman, 2. 208; 

28. 7. 
Hardy, Thos., Jr., opposes lapse pa- 
tent, 2. 454. 
Hardy, Wm., Juror, 2. 435, 436, 437. 
Hardy, Wm., Juror, 26. 188. 
Hardy, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Hardy, William, quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Hardy, William, witnesses will, 22. 

294, 295. 
Hardygrove,. Richard, land grant 

asked for, 4. 634. 
Hardyman. See Hardiman. 

Hardyman, , in assem., 20. 479. 

Hardyman, Maj., officer of the day, 

16. 430. 
Hardy's, CoU 16. 403. 
Hardy'8 Chapel, 28. 531. 
Hare. See Hair, Halre, Hares. 
Hare, Edward, in militia, 22. 359. 
Hare, Edward, Juror, 4. 517. 
Hare, Edward, recommends McCartr 
ney, 8. 61-62. 



in assem. 8. 97, 116, 120, 146, 308, 
304, 320, 321. 326, 349, 396, 397, 
422, 425, 426, 427, 437; 10. 119. 
136, 139, 183, 187, 223. 
in militia, 8. 296. 
on com. of assem., 6. Ill, 118. 
Hare, Ed., quit rents of, 22. 256. 
Hare, Jaa., in militia, 22. 343. 
Hare, Jesse, a J. P., 6. 636. 
Hare, John, administrator, 1. 581. 
buys land, 1. 577. 
imports persons, 1. 533. 
Juror, 1. 582. 

proves power of attorney, 1.*626. 
sells 1. 625. 
Hare, John, army pay. 17. 217. 
Hare, John, army pay, 17. 221. 
Hare, John L., on recruiting service, 

11. 595. 
Hare, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 766. 
Hare, Moses, a J. P., 6. 343. 
in assem., 8. 106, 107, 108, 119, 145, 
290, 303, 309, 317, 323, 324, 326, 
349, 396, 397, 422. 425, 426, 427, 
444, 455,* 467, 476; 8. 119. 136, 139, 
183, 187, 223. 
Juror, 4. 517. 
on com. of assem., 8. 309. 
petitions on county bounds, 8. 633- 

634. 
recommends McCartney, 8. 61-62. 
testifies in matter of J. P.'s, 8. 1019. 
Hare, Moses, in militia, 22. 359. 
Hare, Moses, quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Hare, Moses, quit rents of, 22. 256. 
Hare, Moses, jr., in militia, 22. 359. 
Hare, NIchs, army rank, 16. 1080. 
Hare, Richard, in militia, ^^1t. 343. 
Hare, Sarah, gives power of attorney, 

1. 626. 
Hare, Sarah, imported, 1. 533. 
Hare (?), Starkey, sheriff. 21. 1074. 
Hare, Thos., a J. P., 6. 1008. 
Hare, Titus, in militia, 22. 343. 
Hareeweli, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 

764. 
Harefoot, Wm.. 4. 852. 
Hares. See Hair. Haire, Hare. 
Hares, Thos.. sells land, 1. 573. 

Ha re wood, » brigade major, 12. 

524. 
Harfield, Andrew, in militia, 22. 372. 
Harfoot, Mark, land grant to, 4. 852. 
Harfoot, Robert, exempted, 6. 527. 
Harford, Md., 8. 1066. 
Harford Co., Md., 8. 1067. 



MARGATE, CAPT. 



195 



HARGROVE, RICHARD 



Margate, Capt., 11. 745. 

Harget, Capt., 11. 443; 12. 489; 
912. 

Harget (Hargett), Frederick, 11. 555; 
20. 548. 
captain, 10. 944, 949. 
Caswell to on Fed. Conv., 20. 634. 
in assembly, 18. 784, 786, 812, 813 
823, 913. 928. 966, 975, 980, 982 
988. 990. 1000; 17. 268. 391. Sll 
878, 947, 948, 953, 963; 18. 2, 3, 21 
24, 54, 58, 59, 60, 61, 67, 69. 79, 80 
91. 121, 135, 136, 148, 154, 156 
161. 171, 173. 180, 181, 185, 411 
412; 18. 144. 162, 211, 234. 235 
258, 262, 282, 286, 292, 299, 324 
334. 341, 354, 358, 359, 380, 383 
385, 388, 391, 400, 401, 412, '416 
418, 460, 463, 467, 487, 516, 650 
742, 750; 20. 2, 3, 4. 5, 8, 15. 39 
46, 47, 68, 72, 76, 79, 81, 82, 83 
88, 89, 92, 102, 103, 183, 226, 252 
254, 278, 279, 360, 370, 372, 378 
380, 390, 410, 416, 426, 427, 431 
432, 434, 437, 455, 459, 462, 469 
473. 476, 477, 478, 488, 508, 510 
514, 516, 517, 519, 520, 523, 534 
536, 543. 544, 546. 547. 550, 554 
555. 562, 567, 587; 21. 5, 49, 123 
198, 204, 213, 215, 235, 258, 268 
274, 299, 300, 319, 327, 343, 345 
366, 581, 582, 584, 586. 596, 597 
598, 600. 607. 615. 618, 619, 623 
625, 626, 627, 628, 631, 632, 637 
639, 640, 641, 642, 644, 647, 652 
654, 655, 661, 662, 665, 666, 671, 672 
675, 679, 683, 684, 685, 689, 692 
693. 694, 695, 696, 697, 701, 702 
703, 706, 711, 712. 713, 726, 729 
731, 732, 733, 734, 736. 737, 788 
740, 741, 742, 743, 748, 750, 751 
752, 753, 754. 756. 757, 758, 759 
760. 761, 762, 763, 764. 765. 766 
768, 772, 773, 776, 777, 780, 781 
782, 783, 784, 785, 786. 787, 788 
791,792,793,794,798, 799. 801,803 
805, 806, 807, 808. 809, 810, 811 
813, 814, 815, 817, 818, 820. 821 
823, 824, 825, 827, 829, 830, 831 
836, 837, 839, 840, 841, 842, 843 
845, 846, 847, 848, 849, 852, 854 
857, 862, 863, 865, 866, 867, 868 
874, 875, 881, 884, 886, 900, 916 
932, 941, 942. 944, 950, 958, 966 
983, 1016, 1020, 1022, 1024, 1046. 
in conv. 1788, 22. 7, 26, 27. 31, 32 



in conv. 1789, 22. 37, 47, 48. 

nom for C. of S.. 18. 114, 117. 340, 

342. 
on conL of assem., 18. 831, 845, 

916, 935, 968, 969; 17. 277, 282. 

401; 18. 4, 9, 51, 53, 55. 58, 

64, 71. 76, 100. 101. 109, 127, 

132, 150, 151. 212, 220. 237, 

283, 286, 292, 293, 312, 335. 353, 

371. 386, 412. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 189, 

192, 210. 229, 230, 235, 238, 246, 

247. 
resigns from council of State, 18. 

1001; from militia, 21. 747. 748. 

896. 
to Caswell on movement against 

Tories, 11. 554. 
trustee of school 24. 535; of town, 

24. 610; of Univ., 26. 22. 

Hargett, , in assem., 20. 410. 

Hargett, Daniel, owes State, 21. 1076. 
Hargis, Abraham, army pay, 17. 221. 
Hargis, Rite hard, asks for new county, 

8. 90. 
Hargis, Thomas, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Hargrave. See Hargove, Hargroves. 
Hargrave, Lieut., rank, 18. 664, 666. 
Hargrave, Hezk., army rank, 18. 1085. 
Hargrave. J no., army rank, 18. 1079. 
Hargrave, Samll. Juror, 4. 523. 
Hargrave, Samuel, petition on C. H., 

8. 806-808. 
Hargrave, Stephen, takes oath, 22. 

174. 
Hargrave, Wm.f army record, 18. 

476. 
Cont. lieut, 22. 1049. 
officer, 18. 486. 
rank, 18. 72, 576, 608. 
Ha rg raves, Ensign, on guard, 12. 604. 
Hargreave, Richd., petitions, 18. 933. 
Hargrofts. William, pay to, 22. 490. 
Hargrove. See Hardgrove, Hargrave, 

Hargroves. 
Hargrove, Ensign, on guard, 12. 524. 
Hargrove, Lieut., a prisoner, 14. 817. 
Hargrove, Ben J., land grant to, 4. 677- 

678. 
Hargrove, Henry, petitions, 18. 934. 
Hargrove, J no., in militia, 22. 370. 
Hargrove, John, petitions on need of 

money, 7. 866-867. 
Hargrove, John, takes oath, 22. 171. 
Hargrove, John, takes oath, 22. 176. 
Hargrove, Richard, land grant to, 4. 

628. 



HARGROVE. RICH'D. 



196 



HARMON, HENRY 



Hargrove, Rich'd, takes oath, 22. 176. 

Hargrove, Samuel, land grant tr 4. 
677-678. 

Hargrove, Thompeon, petl^ons, 18. 
935. 

Hargrove, Wm^ army rank, 16. 1078. 

Hargrove, Wm., in militia, 22. 417. 

Hargrove, Wiliiam, pay to, 22. 490. 

Hargrove, Wm., prisoner, 16. 673. 

Hargrove, Wm., report on Read's com- 
pany, 16. 730-731. 

Hargrovee, Richard, in militia, 22. 
370. 

Harigall, Patric, in miliUa, 22. 374. 

Harll. See Harrell. 

Harii, Benj., a J. P., 28, 994. 

Haritt, Jamea, asks pardon for Hun- 
ter, 8. 86-87. 

Harker, Mr., 17. 630. 

Harker, Ebenezer, allowance to, 22. 
832. 

Harker, Ebenezer, petition rejected 8. 
672. 

Harker, Elenzer, a J. P., 6. 244, 537. 

Harker, Jamea, asks for new county, 
8. 89. 

Harker, Jamea, building coms'r, 26. 
68. 

Harker, Jamea, juror, 8. 528. 

Harker, Zachariah, juror, 8. 528. 

Harker, Zachariah, quoted on salt 
making, 18. 798. 

Harker'a Island, 28. 671. 

Harkey, Rev. Simeon W., 8. 781. 

Harklna, Aaron, in miUUa, 17. 1059. 

Harkooqua, 18. 799. 

Harlan, Mr., 18. 95. 

Harlan, Stephen, regulator, 7. 735. 

Harland, » reports on Indians, 18. 

842. 

Harland, (Harling), Mr., and Indian 
affairs, 22. 996, 997, 998, 1002, 
1003, 1004. 

Harland, Aaron, Sr., indicted as regu- 
lator, 8. 532. 

Hariecan, sloop, captured, 18. 482. 

Harlenton, Maj., 14. 824. 

Harleston, Maj., 14. 60. 

Harleaton, laaac, prisoner, 18. 671. 

Harleaton, J., to Caswell on aid to S. 
C, 14. 67. 

Harley, John, land grant to, 4. 625. 

Hariing, (Harting), Ellis, 18. 500. 
apptd supt. of Indian affairs, 18. 

566, 568, 669. 
nom. for Indian superintendent, 14. 
247. 



Harloe, John, imported, 1. 395. 
Harloe, Mary, imported, 1. 395. 
Harloe, Thoa., imports persons, 1. 

395. 
Harlor, John, witness, 4. 447, 448. 
Harlot, Robert, exempted, 8. 313. 

Harlow, , law suits, 1. 393. 

Harlow, Eron, regulator, 7. 733. 
Harlow, (Harlo, Harloe), John, juror, 

2. 262, 263, 439, 592, 593, 657, 686. 
land lapses, 2. 488. 
road coms*r, 28. 214. 
Harlow, John, claims, 4. 750. 
Harlow, J no., in militia, 22. 356. 
Harlow, John, juror, 26. 185. 
Harlow, Jno., juror, 4. 516. 
messenger to assembly, 4. 720, 735, 

838. 
Harlow, Stephen, reconmiends Pugh, 

8. 30. 
Harlow, Wm., In militia, 22. 356. 
Harlow'a Creek, 4. 454, 1041. 
act for canal from, 28. 684-5; 24. 

538, 634. 
bill for canal from, 7. 305, 306, 307, 

310, 312, 339, 368, 369, 370, 371, 

375, 381, 385, 420; 18. 569. 583, 

584, 593, 701. 
canal to, 18. 153, 157, 163, 273, 274, 

275, 278, 283. 
Harman. See Harmon. 
Harman, Jamea, in militia, 16. 400. 
Harman, J no., army rank, 16. 1079. 
Harman, John, juror, 4. 517. 
Harman, Jno., quit rents of, 22. 252. 
Harman,. Sir. John, bums French 

ships, 1. 159. 
Harman, Robert, buys land, 2. 149. 
constable, 1. 486. 
witness 1. 624. 
Harman, Robt., quit rents of, 22. 252. 
Harman, Robert, re-enlists, 16. 749. 
Harman Zaoharlah, money from, 21. 

1065. 
Harman, Zachariah, owes state, 21. 

1073. 
Harman, Zach., regulator, 7. 736. 
Harman, Zachariah, town coms'r, 24. 

775, 882. 
Harman'a Landg, (Robt.), inspection 

at, 26. 313, 379. 
commands marksmen, 12. 530. 
Harmen, Col., goes to France, 17. 89. 
Harmer, Col., goes to Europe, 17. 18. 
Harmon. See Harman. 
Harmon, Henry, takes scalp, 22. 826. 



HARMON. HENRY 



197 



HARNETT. CORNELIUS 



Harmon, Henry, claim for scalp al- 
lowed, 8. 690. 
Harmon, Henry, on com. of cor., 8. 

1073. 
Harmon, Jaa., army rank, 18. 1083. 
Harmon, John, army pay, 17. 216. 
Harmon, John, land enfant to, 4. 687. 
Harmon, John, pensioner, 88. 68. 
Harmon, Robt., army rank, 18. 1074. 
Harmon, Zachariah, town comsY, 84, 

775, 782. 
Harmond, J no., army rank, 14. 1081. 
Harmony Hall, ship, reports on J. P. 
Jones and cargo of, 18. 461, 462. 
Harnage, MaJ., goes to Eng., 15. 291. 
Harner, Joseph Hinson, drafted, 14. 
839. 

Harnet, , taxable, 16. 192. 

Harnet, Mary, land grant to, 4. 59. 
Harnett, Mr., 15. 682. 
Harnett, (Harnet), Cornelius, a J. P., 
8. 425 ; 4. 4, 46, 275. 346, 447, 1040. 
abused by Burrington, 8. 365. 
accounts of, 8. 123. 
asks leave to resign from council, 

8. 424. 
Burrington on character of. 8. 322; 
horses of left with, 8. 617; to, on 
the assistant Justices, 8. 172-173. 
buys cargo of Tate, 8. 401. 
delays payment for* goods, 8. 254- 

255. 
deposition in favor of Porter, 8. 

523-524. 
In council, 8. 197, 209, 216. 250, 257, 

398-414, 476, 517. 
juror, 2. 508. 543. 
land grant to. 4. 49, 221, 334, 602. 
land lapses, 8. 682. 
opposes suspension of Porter. 8. 
326, 330, 476. 507, 513, 516, 519, 
520, 523. 
on committee. 8. 260; of council, 8. 

276. 279, 294, 314. 318. 
payment to. 4. 460. 
petition about mill lands, 4. 220; 

for pine lands. 8. 427. 
proposed for council, 8. 85. 86. 91. 
quarrels with Burrington on the as- 
sistant Judges. 8. 236-238. 241- 
242. 
rights proved, 4. 595. 
resigns from council, 8. 435, 477, 

497, 500. 
sheriff; 4. 347. 
suit of Capt. Tate against, 8. 871, 

399-403. 
surety, 8. 469 



to Burrington. on the assistant Jus- 
tices. 8. 169-171. 

to keep ferry, 2. 698. 

tried for riot. 8. 646, 650, 651, 661, 
671. 702. 705, 714, 817, 819, 822, 
831. 

vestryman, 28. 191. 

witness, 4. 502. 
Harnett, (Harnet), Cornelius, 8. 824; 
8. zxxii; 11. ^, 425, 505, 668, 
728, 738; 18. 102, 103, 208, 257, 
329. 404. 492. 629; 14. 231, 352; 
15. 707; 82. 769, 970, 973; 84. 
848. 

a J. P., 22. 300, 429; 28. 995. 

a leader, 18. 900. 

administrator, 8. 227, 228. 

age, 18. 306; 14. 254. 

allowance to. 88. 828. 

Amis to resigning as coms'y, 22. 
747-8. 

and Provincial Congress. 8. 968. 

and stamp act. 7. 172-173. 

arrives in Phila.. 11. 529. 

building coms'r, 88. 928. 

Burke to on affairs in C. C, 15. 
367. 

bums Ft. Johnston, 18. 109. 

buys at Martin sale, 88. 886. 

Campbell to offering to take oath, 
18. 86-87. 

captured by Tories and dies, 18. Ix. 

carries letter on stamp act, 7. 169, 
178, 179. 

Caswell to on Moore's Creek battle, 
18. 482; on public affairs, 11. 
602-604; 18. 6-8, 31-32, 43. 

certifies to Burke's defence before 
C. C. 18. 89. 

chm. claims com., 22. 878; com. on 
public accounts, 8. 201; S. C. of 
Wilmington, 8. 1107. 1108, 1109, 
1110, 1111, 1112. 1113. 1118, 1126, 
1127. 1135, 1149, 1150, 1151, 1152, 
1166. 1168. 1222. 1265; 18. 12, 15, 
24, 50. 64, 68, 72, 93, 112, 121, 124, 
141, 151, 157, 262. 

chosen as delegate to C. C, 11. 470- 
471. 479. 

claims allowed, 18. 475. 

collects money for gun-powder, 18. 
29. 

coms'r of lottery, 88. 535-7; on 
buildings, 25. 286; on church, 25. 
348, 349; on town, 25. 470. 

committee on letter from, 12. 276, 
347. 

congratulates Dobbs, 5. 834-335. 



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consults S. C. on slave, 8. 1150-1161. 

contributions to S. Com., 10. 436. 

delegate to Cont. Cong., 12. v, 59, 
65, 66, 67, 774, 831; 18. vll, 960; 
14. vil. 

elected, 12. 602, 608, 711. 715, 718; 
18. 102, 112-113, 408-409, 754, 
755, 756, 757, 807, 808, 811, 814, 
815, 816. 

Ellis to on salt making, 22. 744-5. 

excepted from pardon by Clinton, 
10. 592. 

favors Hepburn, 10. 793. 

fit for C. C, 10. xxxiv. 

gives 25£ for gunpowder, 8. 1166. 

goes to C. C, 11. 500. 

has not yet set out for C. C, 11. 
494, 495. 

houses of to be valued, 10. 389, 
390. 

Hunter asks him for more liberty, 
10. 749-50, 789. 

in assembly, 6. 181, 183, 185, 189, 
192, 194, 196, 198, 199, 200, 202, 
203, 205, 207, 209, 212. 229, 232, 
244, 246, 247. 255, 256. 259, 269, 
283, 285, 290, 504, 509, 526, 528. 
529, 543, 552. 665, 668, 673, 678, 
680, 685, 693, 694, 695. 697, 703, 
704. 709, 713. 716, 726, 729. 833. 
835, 837. 845, 847. 848, 849, 852, 
854, 856, 858, 864. 866. 868, 1002, 
1008, 1009; 8. 117, 120, 133, 136, 
137. 140, 141, 160. 166. 180. 187, 
191, 194, 350, 363, 365, 372. 376, 

418, 427, 432, 442, 443. 454, 460, 
465. 470. 472.482,483,486,487.497, 
506, 507, 514, 662, 663, 664, 665, 
668, 673, 682, 683, 684, 688, 689, 
801. 805, 815, 820, 821, 829, 832, 
845, 846, 847, 850, 853. 860, 882, 
897, 901, 905, 906, 907, 911, 913, 
917, 918, 921, 922, 930. 1096, 1106, 
1125, 1126, 1130. 1131, 1139, 1145. 
1146, 1150. 11546, 1159, 1160, 1164, 
1165, 1176, 1177. 1181, 1198, 1199, 
1200, 1201. 1210, 1215, 1233, 1246, 
1247, 1250, 1251. 1257, 1258, 1259. 
1264, 1269, 1285, 1286, 1295. 1302, 
1308, 1315; 7. 60, 62. 64. 65, 69, 
70, 72, 75, 168^;, 324, 342, 343. 362. 
364. 380. 381. 394, 395, 396. 402, 

419, 559, 560, 566, 574, 580, 583, 
585, 591, 619, 628, 661. 662, 932, 
941, 950; 8. 107, 113. 120, 125. 128, 
135, 147. 304, 316, 320, 325, 326, 
327, 329, 330, 338, 339, 397, 407, 
416. 422, 444, 454; 8. 120, 128. 136, 



138, 143, 146, 163, 172. 184, 194, 
209, 223, 394, 417. 421. 422, 448, 
457, 476, 484, 514, 530. 538, 540. 
587. 735, 745, 755, 763, 766, 840, 
857. 874, 876, 878. 883, 889, 902. 
903, 910, 919, 930. 951, 1189. 

in council of State, 10. 1013; 11. 
457; 12. 24-5. 27. 

in miliUa, 22. 280, 385. 

in Prov. Cong., 8. 1179. 1180, 1181; 

10. 141. 152, 166, 167, 173, 282, 
501. 523, 913, 918, 960. 

inadvisability of his taking up arms, 

10. 722-723. 

instrumental in limiting power of 
governor, 18. v. 

Johnston to on exports, 22. 749. 

land grant to, 4. 594. 

letter of laid before assembly. 12. 
596; 18. 400, 734m. 

McNair to, 17. 427. 

Mallett to on money, 22. 749-50. 

Maxwell seeks release from, 10. 
673. 

Moore to on Cains, 18. 904-905; on 
Moore's Creek battle, 10. 483- 
484; 11. 283-285; on powder for 
Charleston, 22. 747; on public af- 
fairs, 22. 751. 

nom. as delegate to C. C. 12. 232. 
413; for ^oard of War, 17. 704, 
783. 

not in Phila.. 18. 196. 

on appointment of N. C. generals, 

11. XV. 

on claims com., 22. 878, 879. 

on com. of assembly,' 6. 181, 193, 
195, 196, 240. 250, 527, 693, 694, 
1034, 1084; 8. 119. 135, 136, 140. 
164, 165, 192, 350, 364, 368, 369, 
387, 388, 453, 482, 483. 485. 643. 
668, 689, 693. 812, 817; 8. 823, 
825. 832, 899, 949, 1092, 1094. 1099. 
1126. 1134, 1152, 1153, 1155, 1164, 
1199, 1201, 1204. 1205, 1214, 1222, 
1224, 1265, 1278, 1296, 1315; 7. 
297, 299, 344, 345, 346. 351, 352, 
366, 393. 411, 553, 568. 570, 571, 
897, 936, 944, 977; 8. 115, 118, 
288, 306, 308, 309, 388, 389, 453, 
473; 8. 105. 141. 152, 212, 213, 
381. 450, 451, 484, 493, 500, 510. 
527. 557. 711. 737, 738. 739, 740. 
746, 747, 755, 756, 767, 785, 787, 
875, 937, 940, 1197. 1198. 

on com. of correspondence, 8. 741; 

11. viii, 237; 28. 541, 854; of Wil- 
mington S. C, 10. 72, 74; to in- 



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quire into conduct of loyalists. 10. 

594-603. 
on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. xvil- 

xvlli. 168, 170, 173. 180, 193, 502, 

504. 505, 506, 507. 511, 515, 516, 

521, 522. 542. 546, 919, 923, 924, 

928, 937, 948. 951. 961, 967, 971, 

972. 976, 996. 
on council of safety, 10. 581, 618J, 

619, 684. 
on council of State and president. 

22. 906, 909. 910, 914. 917; 23. 

986. 
on Prov. council, 10. 214, 283. 470. 
on S. C. of Wilmington. 0. 1089, 

1098. 1107. 1153, 1238; 10. 69, 334. 

335, 336, 393. 418, 436. 
orders arrest of Harrison and Tay- 
lor. 11. 305. 
paid for work against regulators, 

0. 124, 126, 132, 195, 202. 203. 204, 

205, 219. 
payments made to, 0. 1146, 1214, 

1215; 13. 351. 
petitions on issue of paper cur- 
rency. 7. 681-683; on trade, 6. 

321-324; on roads and ferries, 6. 

164-166. 
president council of safety, 10. 

619, 701; of council of State 

and signs oath. 11. 363, 364. 379. 

380; of Prov. council, 10. 283, 

294. 349, 362, 470, 477. 
produces will of Harnett, 5. 177. 
reads Declaration of Independence, 

10. 716. 
recommends McCartney. 8. 61-62. 
reports on land for Ft. Johnston, 

7. 634; on public accounts, 8. 

201-209; on Rockfish, 8. 815-816. 
resurvey to, 8. 1083. 
road coms'r, 28. 910. 
Sharpe to on powder, 22. 748. 
should be proscribed, 10. 98. 
signs credentials of Burke, 11. 705. 
Smith to on exports. 22. 748-9. 
surety, 8. 73. 74, 75. 
takes bond as J. P.. 8. 980. 
thanked by assem. 13. 552. 554-555, 

557-558, 569, 653, 671-672. 
thanks Moore, 10. xiy. 
the Samuel Adams of N. C, 8. 611. 

to on powder. 11. 310. 

to arm vessels, 10. 352. 

to Burke on delegation in C. C. 13. 

483, 494; on powder. 11. 321. 327; 

on public affairs. 11. 677-679. 681- 

683, 693-697; 13. 470-471; 14. 



254-255, 347-349; 16. 341-342; on 
social affairs, 14. 804. 

to Caswell on battle of Brandy- 
wine, 11. 625-626; on Br. 
and American movements, etc.. 
22. 970-2; on public affairs. 11. 
569-570. 590, 636. 637, 638-639, 647- 
648, 657-658. 659-660, 666-667; 18. 
3. 4, 20-22. 37-38, 136-137. 211-214, 
216. 218-220. 224-226. 237-238. 239- 
240, 249-251, 270-271, 304-306, 385- 
386; 14. 190. 201-203. 205-207, 
215-216; 22. 977-87 (5 letters). 

to Cont. Cong, on iron furnace, 11. 
304. 

to C. of S. on public affairs. 10. 
786-788. 

to Dry on seizure of vessels. 7. 
177-178. 

to employ printer, 8. 1139-1140, 1209- 
1210. . 

to examine counterfeiter, 11. 347. 

to Johnston on calling a Prov. 
Cong.. 8. 1285; 11. 255. 

to make arms. 10. 354. 

to Moore on miiitia and exchange 
of prisoners, 11. 341; on powder, 
11. 310-311. 

to Newbern S. C. on powder to S. 
C. 11. 312. 

to provide for Tuscaroras, 8. 127, 
161, 163. 

to Polk and Phifer on recruiting 
troops. 11. 286. 

to Quince on Glasgow ship. 8. 1152. 

to receive money from Cont. Treas- 
ury, 14. 101. 

to report on accounts of regulator 
army, 8. 676. 

to Rutherford on Indians and lead, 
11. 303-304. 

to Rutledge on Cherokee expedition. 
11. 316; on powder. 11. 313. 

to ship goods to get arms and am- 
munition. 10. 288, 292, 353. 

to S. C. and Va. on Boston and 
other troubles, 11. 245-246. 247- 
248. 

to Sumner on promotion of N. C. 
officers. 13. 392. 

to Tryon on stamp act proceedings, 
7. 242-243. 

to Va. S. C. on Indian outbreak. 11. 
315-316. 

to Wilkinson on public affairs. 11. 
748-749, 762-763; and private af- 
fairs. 11. 780-781. 785-786. 801- 
802. 808-810. 813-815. 817-822, 825- 



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HARPER. JEDUTHAN 



827; 18. 361, 370-371, 374-375, 381- 

382; on removal of Tories, 11. 

729-730; on smallpox, prices and 

lottery, 11. 741-742. 
to write to Cumberland S. C, 10. 

25. 
town coms'r, 28. 461. 
tries counterfeiters, 11. 336; negro, 

7. 685-686. 
vice pres. of Prov. Cong., 10. 983, 

1003; 28. 1000. 
Williams to on salt making, 22. 

739-42, 745-6. 
Harnett, Mrs. Cornelius, 11. 730, 741, 

762, 786, 801, 802, 806, 808, 826, 

827; 18. 382; 14. 804; 16. 342. 
Harnett, Ephrlam, army pay, 17. 219. 
Harnett (?), Josh., 18. 375. 
Harnett, Sawney, runs away, 13. 374, 

381. 
Harney, Capt., boats of cared for, 22. 

914. 
Harney, Philip, witness, 10. 692. 
Harney, (Harvey), Selby, 12. 523. 
Harney, Selby, army rank, 16. 1073, 

1077. 
and army frauds, 18. 375. 
army record, 18. 480. 
captain, 10. 546, 634, 643. 
commands company, 10. 691. 
Cont. col., 22. 1049. 
field officer, 12. 499. 
in assembly, 17. 264, 266, 293, 304. 

387, 394, 395, 406. 
in Cincinnati, 17. 134. 
land commissioner, 16. 621-622. 
major, 10. 942. 
officer, 18. 485. 
on com. of assem., 17. 298. 
pres. of court martial, 12. 502, 536. 
promoted, 17. 142. 
rank. 16. 72, 577, 609. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 192, 

195, 198, 200, 201, 204, 205, 206, 

208. 210, 211, 213, 214, 219. 222. 

223, 227, 232, 235. 238, 244, 246, 

248, 251, 253, 256. 259. 
report on company of, 18. 518-520. 

527. 
to Caswell on trouble with recruits. 

11. 522-523; on warrants, 18. 

796-798. 
to Sumner on his health, 16. 669. 
to superintend debarkation of 

troops. 12. 504. 
troops of disbanded. 10. 927-928. 
Harney, Thos., land grant to. 18. 573. 
Harold, MaJ., in assembly, 6. 121. 



Harold, Kader, petition to assembly 
on pension. 15. 208-209; consid- 
ered, 17. 647-648, 673, 730, 736, 
753, 754. 

Harolds, Thos., land grant to, 4. 349. 

Harp, Joseph, army pay. 17. 221. 
army rank, 16. 1082. 

Harp, Luke, in miliUa, 22. 161. 

Harp, Mattw., army rank, 18. 1085. 

Harp, RIehd., army rank, 16. 1081. 

Harper, > Brigade Major, 12. 

495. 

harper, > in assembly, 8. 876. 

Harper, Mr., declines to act as com- 
missioner on iron factory, 11. 
387. 

Harper, Capt., 22. 981, 983. 

Harper, Capt., driven back by British, 
18. 219, 225. 

Harper, Abraham, regulator, 7. 809. 

Harper, Ambrose, allowance to, 12. 
136, 137. 
claims to. 7. 869. 
resolve in favor of. 12. 290. 

Harper, Benj., to appear before Prov. 
Cong.. 10. 918. 

Harper, Ellz., pensioned, 8. 130, 131, 
199, 200, 214, 220. 

Harper, Frances, petition, 20. 510. 

Harper, Fran., in militia, 22. 810. 

Harper, Francis, in militia. 22. 331. 

Harper, Francis, to Inventory loyal- 
ists* property. 10. 554. 706. 

Harper, Frederick, army pay, 17. 217. 
army rank, 16. 1080. 

Harper, George, allowance to, 12. 611; 
18. 910. 
pension to, 17. 688-689, 691. 770. 

Harper, Geo., wounded and prisoner, 
22. 523. 

Harper, J., coms'r to buy lands for 
iron furnace. 10. 995, 996. 
on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 948, 952, 
965, 972. 

Harper, James, boy paid, 8. 1266. 

Harper, James, claims paid, 10. 12, 
437, 438, 439. 

Harper, James, contests election, 15. 
189. 

Harper, James, voter, 15. 237, 238. 

Harper, Jeduthan, 14. 179. 
coms'r on building. 24. 942; 25. 93; 

on town. 24. 247. 987. 
In assembly, 17. 919; 18. 234, 285, 
254, 262, 282, 286. 295, 299, 334, 
354. 359. 381. 385. 395. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 165, 500. 523, 543, 
914. 



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HARRELL. JOSEPH 



lieut colonel, 10. 207, 531. 

on couL of assem., 18. 794. 

to Caswell on bond, 14. 179. 

to inyentory loyalists property, 10. 

654. 
to settle claims with iron works, 

12. 325. 
Harper, Jesse, in militia, 22. 167. 
Harper, Jesse, sells horse, 18. 928. 
Harper, Jesse, takes oath, 22. 174. 
Harper, Jett, army rank, 18. 1084. 
Harper, J no., army rank, 18. 1082. 
Harper, John, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Harper, John, petition ment'd, 18. 

734n. 
Harper, John, reprieved, 22. 943-4. 
Harper, Jonathan, 10. 840. 
in assembly, 18. 784, 785, 812, 813, 

824; 18. 2, 3, 75, 127, 165, 167. 
Harper, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 799. 
Harper, Nathan, a J. P., 8. 1169. 
Harper, Nathan, army pay, 17. 217. 

army rank, 18. 1082. 
Harper. Nich., in nulitia, 22. 315. 
Harper, Nicholas, land grant to, 4. 

353. 
Harper, Robt., army rank, 18. 1078. 
Harper, Robert, capt of militia, 6. 

365. 
Harper, Robert, moves to S. C, 22. 

335. 
Harper, Robert Goodloe, 22. 156, 157. 
Harper, Russell, army rank, 17. 221. 
Harper, Solomon, in militia, 22. 281. 
Harper, Sam, in militia, 22. 315. 
Harper, Samuel, regulator, 7. 809. 
Harper, Thomas, regulator, 7. 809. 
Harper, Thomas, regulator, 8. 79. 
Harper, Thomas, Jr., regulator, 7. 

809. 
Harper, Traverse (Francis), charges 

against as J. P., 20. 186, 201, 369, 

382. 
Harper, Travis, army pay, 17. 220. 

memorial, 21. 48, 54, 99. 
Harper, Wm., army rank, 10. 1082. 
Harper, William, in miliUa, 22. 496. 
Harper's Canal, act to cut, 28. 914. 
Harper's Plantation, 18. 986. 
Harphel (Harphet), Peter, land grants 

to, 4. 1046, 1240. 
Harpoon, James, army pay, 17. 219. 
Harrai. See Harrell. 
Harral, Jordan, wounded and prisoner, 

22. 523. 
Harrald, Abraham, army pay, 17. 221. 
Harralson, Burgis, petitions for div- 
ision of Orange Co., 8. 809-810. 



Harralson, Elija, petitions for divis- 
ion of Orange Co., 8. 809-810. 

Harran, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 639. 

Harrard, Jas., army rank, 18. 1079. 

Harrard, W., witness to treaty, 17. 
586. 

Harrard, (Harrel), Wm., arrested for 
counterfeiting, 10. 695. 

Harrard, Wm., witness to treaty, 18. 
495. 

Harreass, George» signs Pitt Asso., 
10. 221. 

Harrel. See Harral, Harrell, Harrol. 

Harrel, Jardin, prisoner, 15. 169. 

Harrel, Jesse, in militia, 22. 359. 

Harrel, Jethro, in militia, 22. 359. 

Harrel, John, drafted, 14. 839. 

Harrel, Jno., in militia, 22. 270. 

Harrel, Jos., quit rents of, 22. 241. 

Harrel, Josiah, a J. P., 8. 636. 

Harrel, RIch'd, quit rents of, 22. 252. 

Harrel, Sam, quit rents of, :iSt, 256. 

Harrel, Thos., in militia, 22. 359. 

Harrel, Thos., Jr., in militia, 22. 359. 

Harrel, Wm., to be arrested and house 
searched, 10. 688-689. 

Harrell. See Haril, Harral, Harril, 
Harrill, Herrel, Herrell, Harrelle. 

Harrell, Abraham, in militia, 22. 355. 

Harrell, Abraham, juror, 4. 521. 

Harrell, Abraham, juror, 4. 522. 

Harrell, Abraham, petitions on county 
bounds, 8. 633-634. 

Harrell, Asa, in militia, 15. 399. 

Harrell, Benjamin, army pay, 17. 218. 

Harrell, Christ, in militia, 15. 399. 

Harrell, Edward, juror, 4. 521. 

Harrell, Edward, Jr., juror, 4. 521. 

Harrell, Holland» army pay, 17. 218. 
army rank, 18. 1075. 

Harrell, Isaac, in militia, 22. 355. 

Harrell, Isaac, juror, 4. 522. 

Harrell, Jacob, juror, 4. 521. 

Harrell, James, juror, 4. 521. 

Harrell, Jesse, in militia, 8. 297. 

Harrell, Jethro, in militia, 8. 297. 

Harrell, John, a J. P., 8. 418; 4. 800. 

Harrell, John, army pay, 17. 221. 
army rank, 18. 1072. 

Harrell, John, bill to collect taxes, 18. 
402, 408, 409, 723, 724, 731. 

Harrell, John, in militia, 8. 296. 

Harrell, John, juror, 4. 521. . 

Harrel r, John, pensioner, 22. 69. 

Harrell. John, petition, 8. 637. 

Harrell, John, Jr., juror, 4. 521. 

Harrell, John, Sr., juror, 4. 522. 

Harrell, Joseph, juror, 4. 521. 



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202 



HARRINGTON, II. W. 



Harrell, Joses, juror, 4. 521. 
Harreli, Joslah. in miliUa, 15. 399. 
Harrell, Josiah, pensioner, 22. 70. 
Harreli, Kidder, pensioner, 22. 70. 
Harrell, Peter, in army, 13. 524. 
Harrell, Peter, in militia, 22. 359. 
Harrell, Richard, juror, 4. 518. 
l-larreil, Robt., takes oath, 22. 171. 
Harreil, Samuel, in conv. 1788, 22. 2, 

6, 25, 28, 30, 32. 
major, 17. 747. 

petition, 21. 732, 761, 767, 880, 916. 
resigns from militia, 20. 556; 21. 

124. 
Harreli, Samuel, juror, 4. 521. 
Harreil, Shadracic, in militia, 16. 339. 
Harreil, Thomas, juror, 4. 521. 
Harreil, Wm., in mlliUa, 22. 355. 
Harreli, Wm., witness, 11. 346. 
Harrelle. See Harreli. 
Harrelie, John, signs Pitt Asso., 10. 

221. 
Harrick, Mr., note of refused, 20. 

162. 
Harrick, Eiisha, army rank, 18. 1079. 
Harrii. See Harrel, Harreil, Harril, 

Harrelle. 
Harrii, Peter, army rank, 16. 1078. 
Harrili. See Harreil. 
Harrill, Peter, army pay, 17. 220. 
Harrili, David, in militia, 22. 359. 
Harring. See Herring. 
Harring, Mr., in C. C, 17. 556, 557, 

591; 18. 488, 548, 641, 671, 709, 

726, 754. 
Harring, Abraham, land grant to, 4. 

708. 
Harring, John, land grant to, 4. 334. 
Harring, John, 8r., land grant to, 4. 

349. 
Harring, Sam, land grant to, 4. 3<7. 
Harring, Sam, Jr., land grant to. 4. 

349. 
Harrington, Lord, petition of Swiss to 

for transportation to C, 4. 18. 

Harrington, , (writer), 11. 323. 

Harrington, Agnea, indicted, 8. 674- 

675. 
Harrington, Charles, pensioned, 8. 

131, 206, 213, 214, 220; 22. 482, 

492. 
petition, 20. 252. 429. 
wounded and pensioned. 22. 479. 
Harrington, Edward, juror. 2.' 548. 
Harrington, Gen. Henry William, 14. 

376, 377, 400, 403. 417, 430, 437, 

455, 457, 458, 460, 468, 471, 521, 

522, 525, 539. 680, 736. 738, 741, 



743, 751, 752; 16. 786. 787; 18. 
60. 

allowance to, 18. 910. 
ammunition asked from, 14. 746. 
arrives at Charleston, 14. 800. 
at Charleston, 14. 344. 
Bd. war to on aid in driving cattle, 

14. 391; on movement of British, 
etc., 14. 467; on movement of 
troops, 14. 387*388, 399; on provi- 
sions, etc., 14. 434; and resign- 
ing his commission as brig, gen., 

15. 139-141; on Tories in Bladen, 
14. 383-384. 

brig. gen. protem and resigns, 16. 

vii. 
case of to be tried, 17. 681. 759. 
Cogdell to on business, 18. 930. 
commands eastern N. C. 16. vi; 

troops on Pee Dee, 14. 431, 432, 

475. 
coms'r on building, 24. 288; on 

school, 24. 979. 
com. on accounts of, 18. 225, 362- 

363. 
contests election, 20. 26. 
does no service with his troops, 

14. 747. 
Gadsden to on Wise's note, 17. 129. 
Gates invites to dinner, 16. 432; to 

on report on Br., 14. 605. 
Grimke to on Fed. conv'n in N. C, 

21. 521-522; on gin, 21. 557, 565- 

566. 
in assembly, 17. 391, 715, 726, 727, 

744. 747, 785; 18. 209, 211, 215. 
218, 223, 342, 353, 355, 360, 385, 
389; 20. 27, 28, 31, 35, 39. 40. 41, 
46, 47, 48, 50, 53, 54, 57, 60, 61, 
66. 68, 70. 72, 75, 76. 81, 82, 83, 
88, S3, 102, 416, 426, 427. 

Kalb to on condition of his troops, 

14. 580. 

Kershaw to on Br. plundering in S. 

C, 16. 644-645. 
letter of ment'd 14. 397; 16. 150, 

151; location, 14. xiv. 512, 666; 

15. 76. 

McRee to on confiscated lands, 15. 

407. 
Macay to on public and private af 

fairs, 17. 181. 
Martin to on Br. retreat, etc., 16. 

414-415. 
movements, 15. iz. 
nom. to C. C, 20. 230, 423; for C. 

of S., 20. 226, 417; 21. 386, 703, 



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HARRIS, BRITIAN 



779, 818, 935, 987; for brig, gen., 

20. 261, 442. 
on com. of assem., 17. 305, 310, 316, 

323, 337, 343, 39§, 360, 386, 636, 

637, 638, 644, 658, 659. 662, 666, 

674, 676, 686, 705, 716, 717. 721. 

722. 726, 738, 741, 743. 746. 755. 

757, 767, 784. 
orders criticized, 14. 726. 
Penn to on movements of troops, 

16. 412-413; provisions for army, 

16. 414. 

Pinckney to on private affairs, 

17. 166; on suits, 16. 674; on 
Wilson's note, 16. 987. 

prisoners sent to, 14. 726. 

reports on drafts from Salisbury 
District, 14. 874; troops under, 
16. 73. 

resigns, 16. 231. 

retreat of ordered and counter- 
manded, 14. 418-419, 423. 

retreats, 14. 751. 

Seawell to on Camden battle, 16. 
406. 

settlement of accounts of, 17. 708, 
709, 714, 765, 791. 

Taylor to Join, 14. 771. 

to Caswell on Tories in Anson, 11. 
655. 

to deliver provisions, 14. 431. 

to Gates on Br. and defeat of Tor- 
ies, 14. 609-610; on Br. move- 
ments, etc., 14. 623, 624-625, 683-4, 
748-9; and Tories, etc., 14. 673- 
674; on I^r. strength, 14. 598-599; 
on French fleet, 14. 660-661; on 
movements of troops, and Br. and 
Tories, 14. 651-653; on prisoners 
and reports, 14. 697-698; on pro- 
motion of Davidson over him, etc. 
14. 635-637. 

to Hopton on flag of truce for Mrs. 
H., 16. 405. 

to Mrs. Harrington on aid to S. C, 
16. 402. 

to Nash on Wilson, 16. 155-156. 

to obey Gates, 14. 401. 

to Pegues on flag of truce for Mrs. 
H., 16. 406. 

trustee of Salisbury Academy, 17. 
185; of Univ., 26. 22. 

visits Gates, 14. 515, 516. 
Harrington, Mrs. H. W^ a prisoner in 
S. C, 16. 405, 406, 

Harrington to on aid to S. C, 16. 
402. 

Pinckney to on powders, 16. 432. 



Harrington, John, exempted, 4. 1299. 
Harrington, Jolin, land grant to, 4. 

762. 
Harrington, Wm., army pay, 17. 219. 

soldier, 18. 797. 
Harrington, Wm. H., school trustee, 

24. 690. 

Harris, , 11. 304. 

Harris, , court at house of, 1. 

386-389. 

Harris, , juror, 1. 567. 

Harris, , wounded and prisoner, 

20. 523. 
Harris, Mr., bill paid to, 16. 657. 
Harris, IMr., payment to disallowed, 

6. 802. 
Harris, fAr., recommended, 22. 366. 
Harris, Capt., 16. 703. 
company called out, 9. 129, 207. 
petition of ment'd, 14. 441. 
roster of Co., 16. 1012, 1028, 1041, 

1074, 1096, 1110, 1133, 1144, 1155, 

1182. 
Harris, Col., 6. 604; 7. 744, 825, 826, 

828, 832. 
J. P. and arrested, 6. 781-783. 
makes present to Catawbas, 6. 581, 

582, 583. 
Harris, Col., pres. of court martial, 

12. 470. 
Harris, Col. (of S. C), 11. 652. 
Harris, Col. (of- Mecklenburg), deliv- 
ers letter to regulators, 7. 841. 
Harris, Major, 6. 1027. 
Harris, Maj., prisoner, 16. 168. 

Harris, Rev. , goes North, 6.1168. 

work, 6. 1184. 
Harris, Sergeant, supplies to, 18. 

265, 270-271, 273. 
Harris, Abner, army rank, 16. 1080. 
Harris, Abraham, army pay, 17. 221. 
Harris, Abm., army rank, 16. 1080. 
Harris, Abraham, in militia, 22. 325. 
Harris, Archer, petitions, 19. 934. 
Harris, Archbal, petitions, 19. 935. 
Harris, Arthur, a J. P., 4. 966. 

juror, 4. 523. 
Harris, Arthur, petitions for division 

of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 
Harris, Arthur, prisoner, 18. 673. 
Harris, Arthur, imported 2. 3. 
Harris, Benj., army rank, 16. 1085. 
Harris, Benj., in militia, 17. 1042. 
Harris, Britian, in assem., 21. 1, 3, 

47, 66, 68, 74, 110. 115, 160, 178, 

189. 
money from 21. 1065. 
owes State, 21. 1074. 



HARRIS. BURWELL 



204 



HARRIS. JAS. 



Harris, Burwell, widow pensioned, 19. 

402. 
Harris, Caleb, surveyor, 17. 459. 
Harris, Charles, allowance to, 22. 

820. 
Harris, Charles, in miliUa, 22. 162. 
Harris, Chas., in miUtia, 22. 375. 
Harris, Chas., in militia, 22. 397. 
Harris, Chas., takes oath, 22. 178. 
Harris, Charles, to report on survey, 

at Cape Fear, 8. 405. 
Harris, Christr., in militia, 22. 162. 
Harris, Chris., in militia, 22. 365. 
Harris, Christopher, in militia, 22. 

376. 
Harris, Clabcrn, in militia, 22. 165. 
Harris, Clalborn, in militia, 22. 376. 
Harris, Daniel, a J. P., 6. 592. 
Harris, Dan., in militia, 22. 307. 
Harris, Dan., report on militia co., 22. 

369, 374-5, 380. 
Harris, Daniel, vestryman, 28. 497. 
Harris, David, army pay, 17. 216. 

army rank, 16. 1085. 
Harris, David, buys land, 1. 612. 
estate settied, 2. 86. 
juror, 1. 623. 

law suit, 1. 488, 607-608, 610, 612. 
sells land. 1. 652. 

Harris, David, in militia, 17. 1055. 

Harris, David, in mUitia, 22. 162. 

Harris, David, in militia, 22, 164. 

Harris, David, pay to, 22. 489. 

Harris, David, protests against regu- 
lators, 8. 273-274. 
regulators' entry on causes of, 8. 
237. 

Harris, David, takes oath, 22. 171. 

Harris, Dennis, buys and sells, 1.608. 

Harris, Diana, deposition against Mil- 
ler, 1. 316. 

Harris, Edison, claims, 20. 6, 8, 63. 

Harris, Edwd, army rank, 18. 1078. 

Harris, Edwd, army rank, 18. 1085. 

Harris, Edward, boundary coms'r, 24. 
981. 

Harris, Edward, claim considered, 17. 
346, 350. 

Harris, Edward, in army, 16. 725. 

Harris, Ed., in militia, 22. 370. 

Harris, Edward, in militia. 22. 161. 

Harris, Edwd, in militia, 22. 166. 

Harris, Edward, juror, 4. 517. 

Harris, Edwin, claim allowed, 20. 
21-22. 

Harris, Edwin, deposition, 17, 278, 
298. 



Harris, Edwin, petition, 21. 824, 886, 

928. 
Harris, Elijah, army pay, 17. 221. 

army rank, 18i 1082. 
Harris, Elisha, petitions on county 

bounds, 9. 633-634. 
Harris, Elizabeth, murdered, 2. 484- 

435. 
sells, 1. 608, 652. 
Harris, Elizabeth, pensioned, 19. 402, 

403, 724. 
Harris, Field man, pensioner, 22. 70. 
Harris, Francis, army pay, 17. 219. 
Harris, George, army pay, 17. 219. 

army rank, 18. 1074. 
Harris, George, deputy marshal, 1. 

416. 
Juror, 2. 80. 
law suit, 2. 87. 
witness, 1. 433. 
Harris, Geo., in militia, 22. 396. 
Harris, Geo. Brinn, in militia, 22. 

387. 
Harris, George Brinn, land grant to, 

4. 894. 
Harris, Gibson, army pay, 17. 216. 
Harris, Gilliam. Jr., in militia, 22. 

162. 
Harris, Coalman, army pay, 17. 217. 
Harris, Goodman, army rank, 16. 1076. 
Harris, Goodman, army rank, 16. 

1076. 
Harris, Harry, army rank, 18. 1079. 
Harris, Henry, a J. P.. 6. 341. 
Harris, Henry, army pay, 17. 216. 
Harris, Henry, army rapk, 18. 1083. 
Harris, Henry, army rank, 18. 1084. 
Harris, Henry, in army. 16. 725. 
Harris, Hugh, army pay, 17. 216. 
army rank, 16. 718; 16. 1079. 
Harris, Isaac, claim, 9. 489. 
Harris, James, a J. P., 28. 994. 
Harris, James, act for land to, 24. 

629-30. 
land grant to, 19. 572. 
Harris, James, and Mecklenburg Dec- 
laration. 9. 1263-1265. 
army rank, 18. 506; 18. 1075. 
claims allowed, 9. 224. 
in assem., 18. 27, 59, 61, 69, 84, 116, 

136, 154, 156,161,185,451; 19.408, 

460, 463, 467, 487, 512, 521; 20. 

10, 22, 39, 46, 68, 72, 79.. 81, 89, 

102; on com. of assem., 18. 31, 55, 

70. 194, 218. 223, 265, 292, 315, 

431. 
Harris, James, in militia, 22. 374. 
Harris, Jas., in militia, 22. 395. 



HARRIS. JAS. 



205 



HARRIS. ROBERT 



Harris, Jat., in militia, 2S. 396. 
Harris, Jas., in militia, 2S. 397. 
Harris, James, petition against mar- 
riage act, 9. 623-624. 
Harris. James, takes oath, 22. 178. 



Harris, 
Harris, 
Harris, 

759. 
Harris 
Harris, 
Harris 
Harris 
Harris 
Harris 
Harris, 
Harris, 
Harris 
Harris, 
Harris, 
Harris, 
Harris 



Jane, land grant to, 4. 343. 
Jeremiah, in militia, 22. 396. 
Jeremiah, in Indian War, 10. 



Jese, army rank, 18. 1080. 
Jese, army rank, 18. 1084. 
Jesse, captain, 10. 320. 
Jesse, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Job, in militia, 22. 365. 
John, a J. P., 22. 133. 
John, a J. P., 28. 994. 
John, army pay, 17. 217. 
Jno^ army rank, 18. 1072. 
J no., army rank, 18. 1073. 
J no., army rank, 18. 1076. 
J no., army rank, 18. 1076. 
John, asks relief from church 
tax, 8. 95-97. 
Harris, John, business partner, 1. 444, 
446. 
complains, 1. 381. 
estate appraised, 1. 865. 
law suit of executors, 2. 106. 
robbed by Sothell, 1. 369. 
will proved, 1. 857, 864-865. 
Harris, John, in miUtia, 22. 162. 
Harris, John, in miliUa, 22. 162. 
Harris, Jno., in militia, 22. 351. 
Harris, Jno., in militia, 22. 396. 
Harris, Jno., juror, 4. 518. 
Harris, John, Juror, 4. 619. 
Harris, John, juror, 26. 187. 
Harris, John, land grant to, 4. 799, 

965. 
Harris, John, pay to, 22. 489. 
Harris, John, petition on who are ti- 

theables, 8. 97-98. 
Harris, John, protests against regu- 
lators, 8. 273-275. 
Harris, John, protests against regu- 
lators. 8. 273-275. 
Harris, John, quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Harris, Jno., quit rents of, 22. 252. 
Harris, John, relieved from taxes, 2. 

616. 
Harris, John, takes oath, 
Harris, John, takes oath, 
Harris, Jos., in militia, 
Harris, Jos., in militia, 
Harris, Jos., in militia, 
Harris, Jos., in militia, 
Harris, Landren, testifies on election, 
10. 921. 



. 178. 
. 179. 

326. 
376. 
378. 

396. 



Harris, Lisha, in militia, 22. 162. 

Harris, Mathew, takes oath, 22. 172. 

Harris, Matthew, in militia, 22. 163. 

Harris, Michael, arrested for counter- 
feiting, 10. 689. 

Harris. Michael, in militia, 22. 374. 

Harris, Nathan, army pay, 17. 221. 

Harris, Nathan, in miliUa, 22. 162. 

Harris^ Nathan, receives pay for sol- 
diers, 17. 215. 234. 

Harris, Nathaniel, a J. P., 6. 592. 

Harris, Nathaniel, petition on C. H., 
8. 806-807. 

Harris, Nelson, army rank, 18. 1081. 

Harris, Newell, petitions on roads and 
ferries, 6. 164-166. 

Harris, Peter, army rank. 18. 1072. 

Harris, Peter, taxable, 16. 191. 

Harris, Peter, taxable, 16. 191. 

Harris, Peter, voter, 16. 237. 

Harris, Peter, 8r., voter, 16. 237. 

Harris, Reubin, takes oath, 22. 178. 

Harris, RIch'd, in militia, 22. 365. 

Harris, RIch'd, in militia, 22. 375. 

Harris, Richard, land grant to, 4. 344. 

Harris, Richard, petitions for repeal 
of tax on free negroes, 8. 982- 
983. 

Harris, RIch'd, takes oath, 22. 169. 

Harris, Richard, Jr., a J. P., 6. 592. 

Harris, RIoh'd, Jr., takes oath, 22. 
170. 

Harris, Richard, Jr., vestnrman, 28. 
497. 

Harris, Richard, 8r., and Mecklenburg 
Declaration, 8. 1263-1265. 

Harris, Robert, 26. 111. 

Harris, Robert, a J. P., 8. 343, 799. 
advises retreat before regulators, 

8. 608. 
allowance to, 22. 845, 859. 
at council of war, 7. 842. 
chairman of committee of whole, 

8. 831. 
commands Granville In Reg. camp., 

22. 871. 
commisary for Indians, 6. 835, 863, 

854. 
debts due by, 8. 280-281. 
delivers letter to regulators, 7. 

841. 
dropped as J. P., 6. 493, 590. 
frauds charged in eletcion of, 6. 

242, 244, 245. 
in assembly, 4. 1322. 1323, 1324, 
1325, 1326, 1329, 1331, 1336, 1338, 
1339, 1342, 1346; 6. 56, 182, 186, 
187, 190, 191, 193, 198, 199, 205, 



HARRIS. ROBERT 



206 



HARRIS. SHERWOOD 



211, 212, 232, 266, 273, 274, 286, 
296, 522, 523, 529. 535, 542, 668, 
669, 689, 701, 705, 835, 836, 843, 
854, 867, 1024, 1026. 1030, 1047. 
1048, 1066, 1072, 1073, 1075, 1078; 

6. 122, 124, 125, 135, 138, 144, 145, 
152, 153. 154, 157, 166, 174, 175, 
180, 186, 187, 188, 195, 200, 399, 
405. 421, 427, 454. 458, 463, 470, 
475, 482, 487, 495. 502. 512, 514, 
517, 519, 662, 664, 668, ^73, 690, 
800, 801, 815, 824, 847, 855, 866, 
910, 911, 912. 921, 1098, 1121, 1134, 
1150, 1163, 1194, 1206, 1216; 7. 
300, 302. 309, 315, 323. 342, 343, 
352, 355, 357, 363, 367. 373. 379, 
387, 400, 401, 411, 423, 561, 588, 
599, 632, 642, 661, 896, 932. 935, 
939, 940, 945, 952, 957. 

in regulator campaign, 8. 593, 602, 
603, 604, 605, 606, 607. 

juror, 4. 524. 

land grant to. 4. 711, 1246. 

on com. of assem., 6. 240, 284, 523, 
690, 694, 1043; 8. 405, 482, 485, 
493, 643, 668, 804, 817, 823, 1092, 
1094, 1099. 1152, 1153, 1155, 1164; 

7. 297, 345, 553, 570, 571, 897, 936. 
payment to for troops, 7. 888. 
pays Granville militia, 22. 485-92. 
petition on trade, 6. 321-324. 
referred to by Sallis, 6. 426. 
reports on land frauds, 6. 1088-1094. 
takes bond, 8. 196. 

vestryman, 28. 497. 
Harris, Robert, a J. P., 28. 993. 
Harris. Robt., a J. P., 28. 994. 
Harris, Robert, administers oath of 

allegiance, 22. 179. 
Harris, Robert, army rank, 18. 1081. 
Harris, Robert, clerk, 8. 298. 
Harris, Robert, clerk of militia, 22. 

398. 
Harris, Robert, colonel, 8. 298. 
Harris, Robert, county coms'r, 28. 

626, 627. 
Harris, Robert, dues from as sheriff, 

8. 572. 

Harris, Robert, in assembly, 12. 549, 
550, 557, 573, 622, 633, 764; 18. 
532, 533, 534; 18. 129, 130. 
132, 143, 144, 149, 150, 163, 168, 
175. 183, 184, 215, 239, 267; on com. 
of assem., 12. 563, 580, 669, 687, 
768, 825. 

Harris, Robert, in militia, 22. 364. 

Harris, Robert, in miliUa, 22. 364. 

Harris, Robt., in miUtia, 22. 374. 



Harris, Robt., in militia, 22. 396. 

Harris, Robert, in militia, 22. 397. 

Harris, Robt., in miliUa, 22. 398. 

Harris, Robert, juror, 10. 2. 

Harris, Robert, line coms'r, 28. 547. 

Harris, Robert, pays Granville militia, 
22. 394-5. 

Harris, Robert, petition, 20. 9, 13, 62; 
considered, 17. 283. 

Harris, Robert, quit rent warehouse 
should be removed to landing of, 
4. 479. 
register, 8. 298. 

Harris, Robert, town coms'r, 26. 113. 

Harris, Robert, wounded, 18. 969, 991. 

Harris, Robert (Anson Co.), claims 
allowed. 8. 744. 

Harris, Col. Robt. (Mecklenburg), or- 
der to raise militia, 8. 698. 

Harris, Robt., Jr., a J. P., 28. 994. 

Harris, Robt., Jr., in militia, 22. 164. 

Harris, Robt., Jr.. takes oath, 22. 171. 

Harris, Robert, Jr., trustee of Queen's 
College, 8. 487; 26. 519^. 

Harris, Robert. 8r., county coms'r, 28. 
590, 591. 

Harris, Robin, pensioner, 22. 68. 

Harris, Ron., protests against Regu- 
lators, 8. 273-274. 

Harris, Rowland, petition, 18. 504, 
553. 
i Harris, 8., Baptist minister, 6. 1183, 
1184. 

Harris, Samuel, army pay, 17. 219. 

Harris, Samuel, asks pardon for reg- 
ulators, 8. 98-99. • 

Harris, Samuel, coms'r on pub. build- 
ings, 24. 701. 

Harris, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 164. 

Harris, Sam'i, in militia, 22. 397. 

Harris, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 417. 

Harris, Samuel, juror, 10. 2, 4, 5, 6, 
7, 8. 

Harris, Samuel, on Rowan S. C, 10. 
252. 

Harris, Sam'l, resigns as J. P., 18. 466, 
812. 

Harris, Sam'l, Jr., in militia, 22. 395. 

Harris, Sam'l, Sr., in miliUa, 22. 395. 

Harris, Sarali, enters mark, 1. 402. 
estate settled, 1. 619. 
guardian for, 1. 563, 576-577. 

Harris, Sherrard, juror, 8. 72. 

Harris. Sherwood, a J. P., 22. 395, 
486, 488, 490, 492. 
administers oath, 22. 170. 
army pay, 17. 221. 

Harris, Sherwood, dead, 22. 368. 



HARRIS, SHERWOOD 



207 



HARRIS, YOLEMAN 



Harris, 
Harris 
Harris 
Harris 
Harris, 

497. 
Harris, 
Harris 
Harris, 
Harris 
Harris 
Harris, 
Harris 
Harris, 
Harris 



Slierwood, in militia, 22. 115. 

365. 
376. 



Slierwood, in militia, 

Sherwood y in militia, 

Sherwood, juror, 7. 842. 

Sherwood, vestryman, 



28. 



Smith, 19. 957. 
Smith, captain, 22. 121. 
Stephen, army rank, 16. 1075. 
Stephen, army rank, 18. 1075. 
Susana, enters mark, 1. 402. 
T., 7. 926. 
Thos., 1. 314, 315. 
Thos., allowance to, 19. 370. 
Thos., captain, 10. 518, 520; 
14. 264; of light house, 18. 734^. 
major, 10. 472. 
memorial of, 17. 699, 780-781. 
money received from and burned, 

18. 218. 
pensioned, 19. 442, 452, 777, 782, 

793, 798. 
petition, 18. 84, 88, 119-120. 122. 

124, 131, 320, 346; 19. 638, 644. 
resolve in favor of, 1 7. 869, 969, 972. 
to pay in taxes, 18. 353. 
to procure arms, 10. 525. 
Harris, Thomas., army rank, 18. 1074. 
Harris, Thos., army rank, 18. 1079. 
Harris, Thos., army rank, 16. 1083. 
Harris, Thos., asks for exemption, 4. 

393. 
Harris, Thos., fails to appear and 

fined, 10. 1, 8. 
Harris, Thos., in nyiitia, 
Harris, Thos., in militia, 
Harris, Thos., in militia, 
Harris, Thos., in militia, 
Harris, Thos., juror, 2. 112. 
law suit, 2. 82-83, 84. 
to pay witness, 2. 84. 
Harris, Thos., juror, 26. 187. 
Harris, Thomas, prisoner, 17. 1045. 
Harris, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Harris, Thomas, voter, 16. 237. 
Harris, Thompson, army pay, 17. 216. 
Harris, Timothy, land grant to, 4. 

343, 635. 
Harris, Timothy, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 

38. 
Harris, Tuoker, army pay, 17. 216. 
Harris, Tyree, a J. P., 6. 997; 6. 340. 
act to extend time of settlement as 

sheriff, 26. 520-1. 
and regulators, 7. 763, 764. 
announces amount and character of 
taxes, 7. 771-773. 



164. 
377. 
378. 
394. 



asks more time to settle as sheriff, 
9. 802-803. 

chooses jurors, 8. 232. 

debts due by, 8. 280-281. 

deposition on action of regulators, 
7. 798, 799, 819. 

dues from as sheriff, 9. 573. 

escapes regulators, 8. 242. 

in assembly, 6. 374, 427, 429, 433, 
454, 458, 463; on com. of assem., 
6. 405. 

land grant to, 4. 946, 959, 961, 1033. 

le^er from ment'd, 7. 934. 

petition for enlarging time of set- 
tlement for sheriffs, 7. 938. 

receives warrant to arrest regula- 
tors, 7. 705. 

sent to collect taxes, 7. 701, 805, 
819. 

sheriff, 7. 742. 

tax receiver, 28. 628. 

to Tryon on regulators, 7. 863- 
864. 

warrant for arrest by assembly, 
9. 372, 470, 471. 
Harris, W., 17. 476, 509. 
Harris, Walton, boundary coms'r, 24. 
233. 

witness, 22. 752. 
Harris, West, a J. P., 6. 591. 
Harris, West, building coms'r, 9M. 

233. 
Harris, West, lieut, 10. 945. 
Harris, West, vestryman, 28. 250. 
Harris, Will, a J. P., 4. 224. 

land grant to, 4. 344. 
Harris, Wm., a J. P., 4. 346, 712. 
Harris, Wm.. a J. P., 6. 342. 
Harris, Wm., army pay, 17. 217. 
Harris, Wm., army pay, 17. 219. 
Harris, Wm., army rank, 18. 1073. 
Harris, Wm., company of, 6. 162. 
Harris, Wm., estate settled, 2. 66. 
Harris. Wm., fined, 9. 653. 
Harris, Wm., in army, 18. 529. 
Harris, Wm., in militia, 22. 314. 
Harris, Wm., in militia, 22. 352. 
Harris. Wm., in militia, 22. 396. 
Harris, Wm., in militia, 22. 397. 
Harris, Wm., in militia, 22. 398. 
Harris, Wm., pensioner, 22. 68. 
Harris, Wm., road coms'r, 28. 222. 
Harris, Wm., town coms'r, 26. 229. 
Harris, Wm., witness, 10. 692. 
Harris, Wm., witness, 11. 336. 
Harris, Wm., Jr., canal coms'r, 26. 60. 
Harris, Yoleman, in army, 16. 730. 



HARRIS & BLACKFORD 208 



HARRISON. ELIJAH 



Harris and Blackford, bill of paid, 18. 

657. 
Harris Co.^ Tenn., bill to erect, 19. 

538, 541, 549. 
Harris Creek Church, 6. 1213. 
Harrlsburg, Granville Co., 9. 356; 10. 
700; 11. 342, 415; 14. 672; 16. 
427, 464, 471, 474, 486, 490, 493, 
494, 495, 496, 500, 506, 530, 541, 542, 
589, 599, 636; 18. 502,659; 19.910; 
22. 575, 581, 594, 595, 1047. 
militia to rendezvous at, 16. 640. 
provisions at, 16. 449; 18. 961; sent 

to, 16. 480, 493-494. 
report on stores at, 16. 485-486. 
stores at not guarded, 16. 600. 
troops rendezvous at, 16. 447, 449, 
450, 453, 456, 457, 476. 
Harrlsburg (N. C. or Va.?) 14. 656, 

664. 
Harrlsburg Post, 10. 843. 

Harrison, , 11. 812. 

Harrison, , 14. 630. 

Harrison, , Q. M., clothing to, 

18. 602-603. 
dead, 16. 759. 

to Burke on clothes, 22. 614-15. 
Harrison, Mr., 11. 734. 
Harrison, Mr., 18. 145, 146. 
Harrison, Mr., messenger, 4. 555. 
Harrison, Capt., 14. 177. 

petition ment'd, 14. 441. 
Harrison, Col., 12. 541. 
bad treatment of, 12. 543-544. 
Burke to on public resources, 16. 

738. 
controls movement of flour, 14. 561. 
moves South, 14. 499, 502. 
orders retreat to Hillsboro and car- 
ries off ammunition, 14. 569. 
Harrison, Col., (Br.), commands Tor- 
ies, 14. 856. 
troops of to invade N. C, 16. 261. 
Harrison, Col., sent to Meherrin In- 
dians, 1. 668. 
Harrison, Gen., 16. 754. 
Harrison, MaJ, (Br.), fails to raise 
corps, 16. 275. 
offers to raise troops for Br., 16. 

250, 251. 
raises Tories, 16. 263, 264. 
Harrison, Abner, a J. P., 28. 995. 
commissioner to sell loyalists' es- 
tates, 10. 961-962, 976. 
in assem., 19. 717. 
to seize goods, 10. 474. 



to take charge of loyalists' proper- 
ty, 10. 565. 
Harrison, Andrew, claim, 9. 489. 
Harrison, Andrew, petitions for divis- 
ion of Orange Co., 9. 809. 
Harrison, Answorth, in militia, 17. 

1042. 
Harrison, BenJ., at Va. Council, 1. 505. 
on Va. boundary, 1. 645-646. 
plantation of, 1. 660, 661. 
to take deposition, 1. 645. 
to stop N. C. surveyor, 1. 647. 
Harrison, Benj., coms'r on town, 24. 

777. 
Harrison, BenJ., in militia, 22. 318. 
Harrison, Gov. BenJ., 18. 974. 
Burke to on arms and ammunition, 
16. 553-554; on insult to N. C, 
16. 556-557. 
certifles to Washington's certifi- 
cate, 17. 184. 
Martin to on Cherokees, 16. 460- 
462; on Cherokees and trade and 
answer, 16. 799, 840-841. 
to Burke on public affairs, 11. 802- 

804. 
to Hewes on public affairs and pub- 
lic men, 18. 61-62. 
to Martin on Br. trade, 18. 925-926; 
on Cherokees, 18. 457-458; on im- 
prisoned sailors, 18. 911-912; on 
Indian treaty, 18. 441-442. 
Harrison, BenJ., takes oath, 22. 177. 
Harrison, BenJ., Jr., in militia, 22. 

163. • 

Harrison, Charles, a J. P., 4. 46, 348, 
683. 
in assembly, 4.' 115. 
land grant asked for, 4. 454. 
land grant to, 4. 350, 767, 759, 1248. 
rights proved, 4. 617. 
Harrison, Charles, surrendered to Md., 

1. 666. 
Harrison, Christopher, land grant to, 

4. 329. 
Harrison, Clifton, in miUtia, 17. 1042. 
Harrison, Daniel, army pay, 17. 220. 

army rank, 16. 1080. 
Harrison, DanM, in militia, 17. 1042. 
Harrison, Dempsy, army rank, 18. 

1079. 
Harrison, Edward, imported, 1. 395. 
Harrison, Edward, dead, 16. 759. 
Harrison, Ed., land grant to, 4. 57. 
Harrison, Edwd, road coms'r, 28.221. 
Harrison, Elijah, in militia, 17. 1042. 



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HARRISON, WM. 



Harrison, Elizabeth, dismissed by | 
court. 2. 595, 663. ' 

Harrison, Francis, army pay, 17. 216. 
army rank, 18. 1082. 

Harrison, Geo., army rank, 16. 731; 
18. 1074. 

Harrison, Geo., in militia, 16. 399. 

Harrison, George, letters of ment*d, 
18. 734n. 

Harrison, George, set at liberty, S2. 
948. 

Harrison, Hannali, Imported, 1. 395. 

Harrison, Harmon, army pay, 17. 218. 

Harrison, Henry, army rank, 18. 1082. 

Harrison, Henry, in militia, 8. 59. 

Harrison, James, army pay, 17. 218. 

Harrison, James, army pay, 17. 220. 

Harrison, J as., army rank, 16. 1072. 

Harrison, Jas., army rank, 16. 1073. 

Harrison, Jas., army rank, 16. 1077. 

Harrison, James, in army, 16. 733. 

Harrison, James, petition on G. H., 
8. 806-807. 

•Harrison, Jeremiah, allowance to, 10. 
998. 

Harrison, Jesse, army rank, 16. 1078. 

Harrison, Jesse, in army, 16. 726. 

Harrison, Jesse, regulator, 7. 734; 8. 
80. 

Harrison, John, army pay, 17. 219. 

Harrison, John, army rank, 16. 1079. 

Harrison, John, in militia, 22. 308. 

Harrison, John, pensioner, 22. 68. 

Harrison, John, petition on road, 2. 
509-610. 

Harrison, John, quit rents of, 22. 245. 

Harrison, Joseph, deposition on ille- 
gal fees ment'd, 8. 68, 69. 
to Husband on extortion and lack 
of justice in Rowan, 8. 68-70. 

Harrison, Jos., in militia, 22. 346. 

Harrison, Jos., Juror, 26. 187. 

Harrison, Joseph, pensioner, 22. 68. 

Harrison, Josh., army rank, 16. 1075. 

Harrison, Joshua, in militia, 22. 346. 

Harrison, Lydia, imported, 1. 395. 

Harrison, Michael, money from, 21. 
1063, 1066. 
owes State, 21. 1078. 

Harrison, Nathaniel, a boundary 
coms'r, 6. 22. 
death of, 2. 734. 
ill, 1. 739. 
Journal as Va. boundary coms'r, 1. 

735-746. 
letter to N. C. boundary commis- 
sioners, 1. 736, 737-738. 



letter to on Va. boundary, 1. 736- 

737. 
on Va. boundary survey, 1. 741, 744, 
746. 

Harrison, Nathaniel, council at house 
of, 1. 809. 

Harrison, R., auditor for U. S., 22. 
1012. 

Harrison, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 417. 

Harrison, Richard, letter ment*d, 14. 
708. 

Harrison, Robert, in militia, 22. 346. 

Harrison, Robert, Juror, 26. 187. 

Harrison, Robt., quit rents of, 22. 
249. 

Harrison, Robt. H., to Hogun on en- 
listments, 18. 482. 

Harrison, 8amM, takes oath, 22. 176. 

Harrison, Seth, in miliUa, 17. 1042. 

Harrison, Stephen, army pay, 17. 218. 

Harrison, Thos., army rank, 16. 1075. 

Harrison, Thos., army rank, 16. 1082. 

Harrison, Thomas, arrested as loyal- 
ist, 16. 639; by Coimcil of Safe> 
ty, 11. 304-305; and estate inven- 
toried, 16. 689. 
in prison, 16. 532. 

Harrison, Thos., bill for tobacco in- 
spection on lands of, 21. 840, 856^ 
857, 1011, 1019, 1028, 1033. 1034, 
1046. 
tobacco inspection on land of, 26. 
99. 

Harrison, Thos., co. coms'r, 24. 25-6, 
524. 

Harrison, Thos., in army, 18. 519. 

Harrison, Thos., major, 10. 532. 

Harrison, Thos., navigation coms'r, 
26. 107. 

Harrison, Thomas, petitions for Wind- 
sor as C. H., 8. 804-805. 

Harrison, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 
245. 

Harrison, Thomas, receives clothing, 
16. 619. 

Harrison, Unnis, petition about road, 
2. 509-510. 

Harrison, Vincent, pay to, 22. 486. 

Harrison, Vinson, in militia, 22. 163. 

Harrison, Waiker Vincent, pay to, 
22. 486. 

Harrison, Wm., army rank, 18. 1077. 

Harrison, Wm., army rank, 18. 1080. 

Harrison, Wm., army rank, 18. 1081. 

Harrison, Wm., ensign, 10. 626, 965. 

Harrison, Wm., (Md.), in C. C, 18. 
671, 709, 726, 742, 754; 20. 632. 

Harrison, Wm., in militia, 22. 346. 



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210 



HART, CHARLES 



Harrison, Wm., navigation coms'r, 24. 

603. 
Harrison, Wm., pensioner, 22. 68. 
Harrison. Wm., petition on road, 2. 

509-510. 
Harrison, Wm., petition on road, 2. 

509-510. 
Harrison, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 252. 
Harrison, Wm., receives pay for sold- 
iers, 17. 199. 
Harrison, sloop, 8. 261. 
Harrison's Corps, 14. 680. 
Harrison's Ferry, 8. 923. 
Harrison's Levies, strength, 14. 552. 
Harriss. See Harris. 
Harriss, Capt., 11. 729. 
Harriss, Geo., deputy marshal, 1. 684. 
Harriss, James, asks pardon for reg- 
ulators, 9. 98-99. 
Harriss, James, asks pardon for 

regulators, 9. 98-99. 
Harriss, Peter, Jr., contest election, 

16. 189. 
Harriss, Peter, 8r., contests election, 

16. 189. 
Harriss, Robert, land grant to, 4. 703. 
Harriss, Wm., in army. 18. 504. 
Harriss, Wm., sheriff, 4. 347. 
Harriss' Company, report on, 16. 

703. 
Harriss' Landing, inspection at, 26. 

18. 
Harrod, Howeli, army pay, 17. 219. 
Harrod, James, act for land to, 24. 

629-30. 
in Leg. of Transylvania, 9. 1267, 

1271, 1273, 1274, 1275. 
land grant to, 19. 572. 
Harrod, Paui, army pay, 17. 220. 
Harrod, Turner, army pay, 17. 216. 
Harrodsburg, Ky., 10. 383, 384. 

members of Legislature, 9. 1267. 
Harrol. See Harral, Harrel, Harrell. 
Harroi, Cader, prisoner, 16. 169; 22. 

523. 
Harrol, Jacob, land patent to, 8. 1078- 

1079. 
Harroi, Jno., gun impressed, 22. 414. 
Harroid, Jolin, a J. P., 28. 994. 
Harrold, Jolin, dropped as J. P., 8. 

80. 
in assembly, 8. 612, 613; 4. 85, 116, 

117, 121, 131. 
land grant to, 4. 618. 
Harrold, John, in army, 16. 728. 
Harroid, John, Jr., dropped as J. P., 

8. 80. 
Harrold, Sam'li, juror, 4. 517. 



Harrold, Thos., land grant to, 4. 1254. 

Harrol I. See Harrell. 

Harroi I, Nathan, money from, 21. 

1063. 
Harroi i, Samuel, money from, 21. 

1063. 
Harron, Joseph, reports on public ac- 
counts, 6. 793-804. 
Harrond, Jno., quit rents of, 22. 256. 
Harrord, John, a J. P., 8. 223. 
Harrots, Jas., in mlUtia, 22. 421. 
Harrow, Joseph, petition on trade, 6. 

321-324. 
Harrow, 16. 686. 
Harry, » deeds Indian lands, 26. 

507-9. 
Harry, David, stops survey, 6. 494. 
Harseieff (Harsleff), Erasmus, buys 

land, 2. 86. 
law suit, 2. 85. 
Hars^M, John, Juror, 2. 80. 
Harseliti John, Juror, 4. 522. 
Harskeil, » brigade major, 12. 

516. 
H arson, Wm., army rank, 18. 1075. 
Harston, Peter, at council on Tories, 

16. 123-124. 
Harston, Samuel, at council on Tories, 

16. 123-124. 
Hart. See Hartt, Heart, Heartt. 
Hart, Miss, 16. 58, 93, 342. 
Hart, Mr., 2. 61. 
Hart, Mr., failure as commissary, 16. 

182. 
Hart, Mr., helps N. C. in S. G. assem- 
bly, 1. 904. 
Hart, Capt., 12. 396; 20. 634; 22. 134. 
brings in prisoners, 14. 780. 
in N. C, battalion, 18. 343. 
overcharge for rations, 12. 226. 
Hart, Col., furloughs cowards, 18. 488. 
Hart, Lieut., a prisoner, 14. 817. 

on ct. of inquiry, 11. 811; 16. 617. 
Hart, Adam, army pay, 17. 219. 

army rank, 16. 1081. 
Hart, Anty, army rank, 18. 1073. 
Hart, Anty, army rank, 18. 1074. 
in N. C. battalion, 18. 343. 
rank settled, 16. 700. 
recommended for promotion, 11. 

716. 
Hart, Benjamin, claims allowed, 8. 

741. 
town coms'r, 26. 452. 
Hart, Charles, 28. 589. 
Hart, Charles, land grant to, 4. 1040; 

refused, 4. 1242. 



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211 



HART, THOS. 



Hart, CharieSy petition on rent, 9. 46- 

47. 
Hart, Cornelius. See Harnett, C. 
Hart, David, a J. P., 6. 997; 8. 340. 
act to vest lands in, 24. 530-1, 640, 

991. 
buys Transylvania, 16. 151-152. 
captain, 2S. 418. 
claims, 9. 486. 

expenses in regulation war, 22. 420. 
Joins in memorial from Transyl- 
vania to C. C, 10. 258. 
pay roll of militia co., 22. 418-19. 
receives rations, 22. 470, 478. 
to be capt. of militia, 6. 365. 
Hart, Henry, colonel, 22. 956. 
Hart, Henry, gives certificate to 

Stringer, 18. 589, 590. 
Hart, Henry, resigns as J. P., 19. 501. 
Hart, Henry, witness, 10. 926. 
Hart, Hezekial, army pay, 17. 221. 
Hart, James, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Hart, James, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hart, John, army pay, 17. 217. 

army rank, 18. 1077. 
Hart, John, asks for Inspection, 8. 

80o. 
Hart, John, asks pardon for Fruit, 9. 

93-94. 
Hart, John, asks relief from church 

tax, 9. 95-97. 
Hart, John, in miliUa, 22. 162. 
Hart, J no., in militia, 22. 419. 
Hart, John, juror, 2. 440. 
Hart, John, juror, 4. 522. 
Hart, John, land grant asked, 4. 709; 

grant to, 4. 602. 
Hart. John, lieut, 10. 568. 
Hart, John, petition on who are 

tithables, 9. 97-98. 
Hart, John, prisoner, 18. 673. 
Hart, John, regulator, 7. 734, 736. 
Hart, John, takes oath, 22. 177. 
Hart, John, Jr., 9. 1232. 
Hart, Joseph, army pay, 17. 217. 
Hart, Jos., boundary coms'r, 24. 647. 
Hart. Joseph, in militia, 22. 163. 
Hart, Joseph, takes oath, 22. 169. 
Hart, Josepth, refuses to take oath, 

22. 177. 
Hart, Micajah, gun impressed, 22. 

414. 
Hart, Nathaniel, a J. P., 8. 149. 
act to vest lands in, 24. 530-1, 640, 

991. 
agent for Transylvania Co., 10. 257. 
buys Transylvania, 16. 151-152. 
claim, 9. 486. 



commands co. in regulation, 9. 93; 
22. 416-417. 

coroner, 8. 799. 

draws contract with people of 
Transylvania, 9. 1276-1278. 

expenses in regulation campaign, 
22. 417-18. 

joins in memorial from Transyl- 
vania to C. C, 10. 258. 

juror, 8. 72. 

receipts for rations, 22. 425, 475. 

settles Transylvania, 10. 259. 
Hart, Oliver, prisoner, 18. 674. 
Hart, Pleasant, in militia, 22. 163. 
Hart, Rich'd, in miliUa, 22. 320, 321. 
Hart, Richard, land grant to. 4. 704, 

952. 
Hart. SamI, army rank, 18, 1076. 
Hart, SamI, army rank, 18. 1084. 
Hart, Samuel, lieut, 10. 944. 
Hart, Samuel, owes state, 21. 1071. 
Hart (Heart), Thos., 7. 773; 16. 93. 
180; 24. 285. 

a J. P., 22. 455, 461, 478; 28. 995. 

act to release from tax, 26. 492, 
493; to vest lands in, 24. 530-1, 
640, 991. 

at meeting of Transylvania Pro- 
prietors, 10. 256-261. 

army contractor, 18. 415. 

bill for relief of, 7. 68. 

building coms'r, 28. 869. 

Burke to on his service in Cont 
Cong., 14. 22. 

buys Transylvania, 18. 151-152. 

commends Jones, 8. 23. 

commissary, 10. 536; 18. 276, 278; 
24. 157; in Tryon's army, 8. 659. 

exorbitant fees taken by. 7. 774. 

fails to collect taxes, 7. 52, 81. 

fit for C. C, 10. xxxiil. 

funds of Transylvania Co. to be de- 
livered to, 10. 260. 

in assembly, 9. 734, 836. 838, 845. 
872, 874, 882, 885, 886, 902, 903, 
930, 948, 951. 1189; 12. 2. 34, 35, 
53. 56. 58. 62, 196. 197. 198. 201. 
219, 251. 

in Proy. Cong., 9. xxxl. 1042. 1049, 
1179; 10. 166, 167, 173. 

instructions to as representative of 
Orange Co., 0. 699-706. 

money to, 16. 8. 

name to be dropped from com. on 
iron works. 12. 87. 

on com. of assembly, 9. 711, 739, 
740; 12. 7. 10, 11. 17, 131, 136, 
138, 142. 150. 221, 236, 237, 291, 



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212 



HARVELL. JAS. 



301, 302, 310. 314, 322, 400, 427. 
payment to for troops, 7. 888. 
protests against regulators, 8. 273- 

274. 
quoted on regulation spirit, 7. 714. 
school trustee, 24. 260. 
settles his accounts as sheriff, 8. 

233. 
to Caswell on provisions for troops 
and answer, 18. 282, 293; resign- 
ing as commissary, 11. 369. 
to council of safety on claims of 

Rice, 10. 792. 
to Fanning on regulators, 7. 710- 

712, 714. 721. 
to raise men against regulators, 7. 

707. 
to take depositions, 18. 890. 
to victuals troops against regula- 
tors, 8. 707. 
to Tryon regulators, 8. 246-247. 
Tryon to on furnishing provisions 
to army, 8. 696; on HiUsboro 
riots. 8. 678. 
whipped by regulators, 8. 242. 
Hart, Thos., a J. P., 2. 565. 
Hart, Thos., army rank, 18. 1074. 
Hart, Thos., exempted, 8. 1299. 
Hart, Thomas, juror, 4. 622. 
Hart, Thomas, Juror, 4. 624. 
Hart, Thomas, juror, 8. 72. 
Hart, Thos., land grant asked for, 4. 

454 ; land grant to, 4. 588. 
Hart, Watkins, petitions for Tyson, 

18. 580-581. 
Hart, Wm., in militia. 22. 163. 
Hart, Wm., juror, 4. 524. 
Hart, Wm., land grant to, 4. 590. 
Hart, Wm., takes oath, 22. 178. 
Harte, Samuel, in army, 16. 728. 
Harter, Rev. W. G., pastor of St. 
James Luth. church, 8. 780. 
sketch of, 8. 795. 
Hartfield, James, army pay, 17. 218. 
Hartford. 11. 369; 18. 282; 14. 611. 
Hartford, Conn., 8. 1231; 18. 496; 

14. 214; 22. 514. 
Hartgrove. See Hardgrove, Hargrave, 

Hargrove. 
Hartgrove, Howell, pensloiler, 22. 

70. 
Hartgrove, Wm., army pay, 17. 220. 
Harthorn, John, in army, 16. 739. 
Harthsfield, John, pensioner. 22. 70. 

Hartley, , law suit, 2. 93. 

Hartley, Mr., and commercial and 
general treaty, 18. 861, 862, 904, 
915, 916. 



Hartley, Mrs. law suit, 1. 393. 

Hartley, Coi., 12. 461. 

Hartley, Archibald, appraiser, 2. 246. 
laig^ suit, 2. 105, 108. 

Hartley, David, letter to on creditors 
and the war, 18. 914. 
negotiates treaty, 17. 5-9, 89. 

Hartley (Heartley), Francis, admin- 
istration on estate of, 1. 451. 
estate of, 1. 410; sued, 1. 427-428. 

Hartley, John, in militia, 22. 320, 321. 

Hartley, Joseph, in army, 18. 516; 
18. 1078. 

Hartley (Heartley), Susanah, at- 
tached, 1. 410. 
attaches estate, 1. 399, 405. 
boy bound to, 1. 398. 
law suit, 1. 392, 427-8, 430. 
squanders estate of Slaughter, 1. 
413. 414. 

Hartley's regt., 14. 360. 

Hartley's (Hartles) Point, 1. 562, 582. 

Hartly, > law suits, 1. 398. 

Hartiy, Francis, made secretary, 1. 
349. 

Hartly, Jno., army rank, 18. 1079. 

Hartman, Philip, pensioner, 22. 69. 

Harton, John, army pay. 17. 216. 

Harton, Thos., in militia, 22. 372. 

Harton, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 256. 

Hart's Mill, 18. 840, 842; 22. 461, 
462. 
battle at, 18. 969, 990-991; 22. 123. 
provisions at to be guarded, 8. 741. 

Hartsel, Michael, petition rejected, 
18. 18. 

Hartsfieid, John, deposition ment'd, 
20. 119. 

Hartso. See Hartzo. 

Hartso, John Philip, indictment 
against quashed, 7. 844-845. 
trial of, 7. 846, 885. 

Hartsoe, Phillip, distraint on, 7. 864. 

Hartt. See Hart, Heart, Heartt. 

Hartt, Geo., Watauga to be annexed, 
10. 708-11. 

Hartt, James, in Indian war, 10. 769. 

Hartweil, Henry, clerk of Va. Coun- 
cil, 1. 290. 

Hartziead, 18. 923. 

Hartzo, John Phillip. See Hartso. 

Hartzo, Philip, regulator. 7. 735. 

Harvard College, 8. xl; 10. xll. 

Harvei, Moses, in militia, 22. 371. 

Harvell (well), James, beaten, 18. 
888, 897, 926, 931, 945, 988-989. 
bill to indenmify beaters of, 18. 
835, 839. 



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213 



HARVEY, JOHN 



Harvey, — , negro, to be delivered 

to Bateman, 1. 871. 
Harvey, Capt., 1. 850. 
Harvey, Capt., S. 54. 
Harvey, Col. (1759), SS. 736. 
Harvey, Col., takes militia, 14. 850. 
Harvey. Lt., 1. 133. 
visits Indians, 1. 124-125. 
signs report, 1. 139. 
Harvey, Lt. Col., a prisoner, 14. 817. 
Harvey, Major, in assem., 8. 122, 131, 

143, 146, 161, 162. 169, 171. 377. 
Harvey, Absoiom, army rank. 16. 

1083. 
Harvey, Alex., 11. 833. 

claims allowed, 9. 953. 
Harvey, Benj., a J. P., 4. 1252. 
in assembly, 6. 232, 233, 508, 521, 

528, 530, 538, 540, 546, 556. 558. 

559, 667, 672, 673, 689, 692, 716, 

723. 843. 877. 889, 903, 905, 918. 

1004. 1005, 1032, 1046, 1047, 1072. 

6. 95, 109, 133. 191, 362, 363, 375, 

381, 661. 673, 800, 847, 850, 852, 

860, 890, 893, 899, 901, 910, 911. 

913, 921, 928, 930, 963, 1152; 7. 

63, 64. 342, 343, 562, 590, 620, 626, 

661; 8. 106, 147. 295, 303; 9. 392, 

393, 397. 399, 401, 407, 409, 412, 

417, 422, 431, 433, 448, 457, 481, 

485, 495. 501, 505. 517. 520. 525. 

530. 540. 556, 587. 723, 726, 734, 768. 

845, 852, 863, 869, 873, 874, 885, 895, 

899, 902, 903, 914, 930, 939, 949,951; 

12. 331, 346, 347, 348, 368. 380, 

399, 408. 422, 430. 439, 441. 
in Prov. Cong., 9. 1042, 1049. 1179; 

10. 166, 167, 172, 914, 915. 
on com. of assem., 6. 523, 690. 709. 

873. 892. 1017, 1043; 6. 119. 135. 

136, 350. 364, 368, 369, 896; 9. 

838, 884. 
on com. of correspondence, 11. 

229; 26. 518. 
on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 169, 

175, 919. 
reports on public accounts, 6. 793- 

805, 965-975; 8. 201-209. 
surety, 6. 441. 
Harvey, Benj., a J. P., 28. 995. 
Harvey, Benj., in assem., 19. 375. 
Harvey, Benj., in militia, 22. 361. 
Harvey, Benj., in militia. 22. 308. 
Harvey, Benj. (Onslow), exempted, 8. 

394. 
Harvey, Benj., Jr., to procure arms, 

1C. 525. 
Harvey, ^Eleson, in militia, 22. 166. 



Harvey, Francis, voter. 16. 237. 
Harvey, James, army pay. 17. 221. 
Harvey, Jas., army rank, 18. 1077. 
Harvey, Jas., army rank, 16. 1085. 
Harvey, James, dead, 12. 364; 
923. 
ill. 11. 513. 
Harvey, James, paymaster, 10. 966. 
Harvey, Mrs. James, sick, 11. 513. 
Harvey, J no., army rank, 16. 1073. 
Harvey, J no., army rank, 16. 1083. 
Harvey, J no., in militia. 22. 308. 
Harvey, John, dies. 1. 316, 327. 
governor, 1. 316, 321. 327. 
grants away Norfolk Co.. 1. 528, 

530; patent for land, 1. 253-4. 
instructions to as governor of Al- 
bemarle. 1. 235-239, 336. 
made president of Council and in- 
structions, 1. 283-284. 
recognizes Biggs, 1. 318. 
suit against estate, 1. 584. 
• takes testimony, 1. 315. 
Harvey (Harvy), John, 22. 514. 
a J. P., 4. 813. 1252. 
allowance to, 22. 815, 817. 
in assembly. 4. 818. 829. 830, 1182; 
6. 232, 233, 244, 246, 264, 268, 269, 
270, 272, 289, 292, 290, 295, 500, 
501, 502, 503, 506, 508, 509, 516, 
517, 518, 519, 663, 664, 669, 677, 
688, 695. 700. 705, 706. 713. 833, 
834. 836, 843, 845, 849, 852. 853. 
868, 878, 889, 890, 892. 894. 898, 
905. 906. 908, 909. 998. 1004, 1005, 
1006. 1012, 1017, 1019, 1020, 1021. 
1024. 1025. 1026. 1028. 1029. 1033. 
1035. 1043. 1045, 1049. 1050. 1051. 
1054. 1065, 1070, 1071, 1072, 1077. 
1081, 1082. 1088, 1100; 8. 122, 141. 
146, 153. 157. 185. 189, 372; on 
com. of assem., 6. 219. 240, 284, 
500, 522. 523. 660, 873. 892. 921, 
1000, 1017. 1034, 1039, 1043, 1051. 
1084, 1088; 8. 108, 119, 135, 136, 
158, 159, 160, 350. 368, 369, 401, 
841, 896. 1222, 1259, 1263, 1315, 
1316. 
petition on trade, 6. 321-4. 
quit rents of, 22. 252. 256. 
Harvey, John, 10. xxxvi. 117. 
allowance to. 9. 441, 442, 571, 580; 

20. 867, 868, 934-935. 936. 937. 
asked to call Prov. Cong.. 9. 1280. 
authorized to call future meetings 

of Prov. Cong.. 9. 1048, 1184. 
bond as commissioner to sign and 
stamps debenture bills. 9. 72. 



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214 



HARVEY, JOHN 



calls convention of people, 9. zzlz, 
xzzii, xzziii; new convention, 9. 
xxxii; Prov. Cong., 9. 1125-6, 1145. 

chairman of com., 6. 965; com. of 
whole, 6. 526, «95, 847. 907, 1061, 
1070; 8. 920; 7. 74; 9. 169, 170; 
com. on public accounts, 6. 793. 

colonel, 9. 298. 

coms'r on public accounts, 26. 165; 
to issue bills, 28. 850-1. 

dead, 6. zziv; 9. 1285; 10. 14, 85, 
88. 

demands a convention of the peo- 
ple, 11. ix. 

dropped as J. P., 9. 1216. 

employs tutor, 7. 689. 

has confidence in the people, 10. 
xxxiii. 

in assembly, 6. 530, 532, 542, 543, 
688, 693, 706, 843, 848, 856, 867, 
1045, 1046, 1057, 1059, 1060, 1098; 
8. 112, 113. 120, 125, 128. 133, 135, 
187. 140, 141, 146, 150, 155, 158, 
172, 191, 351, 362, 367, 375, 381, 
384, 400. 661, 673, 800, 847, 850, 
852, 860, 890, 893, 895, 897, 899, 
901, 904, 910, 911, 913, .917, 921, 
928, 930. 1152, 1223, 1231. 1246, 
1250, 1251, 1259, 1268. 1269, 1282, 
1283, 1284, 1286, 1306, 1315; 7. 
48, 56, 57. 62, 65, 67. 71, 72. 81, 82, 
83, 84. 85. 342, 345; 8. 106, 107, 
145, 295, 303, 304. 324, 326, 327, 
352, 398. 402, 433; 9. 139, 143, 
157, 168, 176. 183, 190, 197, 207, 
223, 448, 734, 735. 1189; on com. 
of assembly, 6. 240, 527, 690, 693. 
694, 709. 716. 838, 844, 859, 1042; 

8. 108, 166; 7. 55, 78. 79; 8. 309; 

9. 105, 141, 152, 787, 940. 

in Prov. Cong., 9. xxxi, 1042, 1179, 
1180, 1181. 

Iredell to on bills against regula- 
tors, 8. 270-271. 

issues warrant for arrest of Harris, 
9. 372. 

leader of republicans, 9. xxxv. 

leads in movement for Prov. Cong.. 
9. 968. 

McCuUoh (H. E.) to on agency and 
English politics, 7. 516-18; 8. 
171-173. 181-184; on currency, 
agency, etc., 7. 516-18; 8. 58-61; 
on need of agent and public af- 
fairs, 7. 754, 755-758. 

moderator of conv.. 9. xxxiv; 9. 
1043, 1049. 1177, 1180, 1185, 1212, j 
1215, 1244. 



nominated for speaker, 5. 689. 

on com. of correspondence, 7. 918, 
973; 9. 741; 11. viil, 229. 237; 28. 
854; 26. 518. 

petition on trade, 6. 321-324. 

recommender McCartney, 9. 61-62. 

reports on land frauds, 6. 1088- 
1094; on public accounts, 6. 793- 
804, 965-975; 8. 201-209. 

signs act as S. H. C, 26. 513, 517; 
address to king, 8. 124. 

sketch of, 9. xlv-xlvii. 

speaker of House of Commons, 7.- 
297, 299, 302, 303. 308. 309, 313, 
314, 317, 318, 321, 323, 325, 327, 
328, 330, 331, 332, 336. 338, 340, 
341, 343, 344. 345, 347, 350, 351, 
362, 369, 375, 378, 384. 388, 389, 

390, 392, 393, 395, 397, 400, 403, 
405, 408, 410, 412. 414. 415. 416, 
417, 418, 419, 422, 423, 553, 559, 
564, 566, 570, 571, 583, 589, 593, 
599, 602, 603. 608, 609, 611, 612, 
613, 616, 617, 618, 619. 621, 622, 
632. 633, 638, 640, 641, 645, 647, 
648. 649, 650, 652. 654. 656, 657, 
659, 660, 661, 662, 663, 664, 665, 666, 
667, 682, 898, 902, 905, 908, 909, 
910, 913. 914, 917, 918, 919, 920, 
922, 923, 926, 932, 933. 936, 947, 
948, 950, 952, 956, 958, 961, 962, 
965, 966, 968, 969, 972, 974, 975, 
979, 982, 983, 984, 985; 8. 90, 98, 
99, 102, 107, 109, 115, 120, 125, 
128, 129, 135. 136, 138, 143, 144, 
145, 148; 9. xxxiv, 381, 383. 390, 

391, 392, 394, 397, 398, 403, 408, 
409, 412, 414, 415, 418, 421. 422. 
423, 426, 429, 430, 431, 432, 433, 
434, 437, 438. 439. 440, 441, 442, 
449. 451, 452, 456, 460, 461, 478, 
479, 480, 481. 482, 484. 496. 497, 
502, 504, 511, 512, 514. 518. 520, 
521, 525, 528, 532, 534, 536. 538, 
539. 542. 545. 546, 547. 550, 552, 
554, 555. 557, 558. 560, 564, 565, 
566, 567, 568, 569. 570, 571, 581, 
582, 587, 595, 596, 711, 715, 718, 
724, 725, 727, 735, 739. 743, 754, 
757, 759. 761, 771, 772, 773. 778, 
782, 838, 841, 846. 854, 857, 858, 
859. 865, 866. 867, 868, 869, 872, 
873, 880, 885, 886, 887, 888, 895, 904, 
916, 919, 920, 921, 922, 923, 924, 
925, 933, 934, 935, 936. 938. 939, 
942. 943, 948. 949. 950, 951, 1190, 
1196, 1205. 1212; 22. 847, 852; 
687, 758, 783, 930, 976. 



HARVEY, JOHN 



215 



HARVEY, THOMAS 



surety. 6. 441; 8. 768; 9. 592. 593. 
thanks delegates to C. C, 9. 1183. 

to on Prov. Cong., 9. 1125- 

1126. 
to McCulloh on his employment as 

agent, 7. 877-879. 
to S. C. and Va. on Boston and 
other troubles. 11. 245-246. 247- 
248. 
town coms'r, 28. 752; 26. 367. 
Tryon to on his movements against 

regulators. 8. 697-698. 
warrant to, 8. 706. 707. 
would lessen his dignity by taking 
seat in council. 8. 184. 
Harvey, John, in army, 18. 521. 
Harvey, J no., in assem., 19. 383. 
Harvey, John, in militia. 22. 361. 
Harvey, John, juror, 26. 190. 
Harvey, John, land grant to. 1. 61-62- 

63. 
Harvey, John (Capt.) recommended 

as major. 16. 145. 
Harvey, John (Lt. Col.)r to make 

draft, 17. 807-8. 
Harvey, John (Hyde), dead, 6. 109. 
135. 
in assembly, 6. 232, 233. 243, 246, 
282. 
Harvey, Sir John, assigns land to 

Lord Matravers, 1. 14. 
Harvey, Mrs. John, 8. 271. 
Harvey, Jos., in assem.. 21. 2, 4, 6. 
50. 52. 66, 68. 74, 77, 100. 109. 115. 
121, 133, 154. 157, 159, 160. 168, 
178. 179, 190. 
in conv. 1789. 22. 38. 
Harvey, Joshua, army pay. 18. 216. 

army rank. 16. 1081. 
Harvey, Joshua, army rank. 18. 1073. 
Harvey, Joshua, in army, 18. 524. 
Harvey, Joshua, shoes to, 14. 437. 
Harvey (Harvye), Margaret, buys 
land. 1. 607. 
sells, 1. 608. 
Harvey, Matthias, advertises tor 

horse. 18. 499. 
Harvey, Miles, clerk of court and 
clerk of the peace. 6. 338-339. 
gives bond as county clerk. 6. 441. 
Harvey, Miles, clerk. 8. 298. 
Harvey, Miles, colonel. 10. 205, 532. 
in militia, 22. 308. 
report on militia co., 22. 361. 
Harvey, Miles, in Prov. Cong.. 10. 
166, 167, 172, 192, 501, 523. 914. 
915. 
on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 168, 



504. 505, 522, 524, 543, 917, 935. 
on com. to inquire into conduct of 

loyalists. 10. 594-603. 
on S. C. of Edenton Dist. 10. 215. 
Harvey, Mites, dead. 10. 1001. 
Philip, witness. 11. 336. 
Richard, a J. P.. 2. 526. 
Richard, a J. P.. 8. 342. 
Richard, a J. P.. 8. 37. 
Richard, a J. P.. 8. 293. 
Rich'd, a J. P., 28. 994. 
Rich., juror. 26. 190. 
Richard, precinct judge. 8. 



Harvey 
Harvey 
Harvey 
Harvey 
Harvey 
Harvey 
Harvey 
Harvey 
255 
Harvey 
Harvey 
Harvey 
Harvey 



Richard, vestryman. 2. 209. 
Rich'd, vestryman. 28. 8. 
Rich., Jr., juror. 26. 190. 
Sarah, boy bound to. 1. 448. 
Harvey (Harney?), Silby. troops of 

disbanded. 10. 927-928. 
Harvey (Hovey), Seth. in conv. 1788, 

22. 12. 25. 29, 32. 
Harvey, Thomas (governor), 2. 391. 
a justice. 1. 408, 410. 413. 415. 420, 

423, 424. 427. 428. 434. 435, 437, 

438. 442, 444. 448. 451. 454. 
a witness. 1. 404. 
abuse.d by Clapper. 1. 453. 
Amy to on admiralty courts. 1. 

491. 
Andros's letter to. 1. 460. 
appoints boundary commissioners, 

1. 506. 507-508. 
arbitrator. 1. 410. 
boy bound to. 1. 448. 495. 
buys land, 1. 434. 549, 595, 607. 608. 
communicates with Va. on boun- 
dary question. 1. 505-508. 
death of. 1. 511. 530. 
deputy gov.. 1. 405. 
enters caveat. 1. 401. 
executors of, 2. 241. 
law suit, 1. 481, 521. 
letter to Gov. Nicholson, 1. 507- 

508; to on Dr. Bray, 1. 520. 
makes indenture. 1. 488. 
Nicholson to on Va. boundary. 1. 

508-510. 
proof of boundary sent to. 1. 478. 
Randolph's charges against. 1. 546- 

547. 
relations of, 1. 414. 
signs acts, 28. 111. 
Va. proceedings on boundary com* 

municated to, 1. 507, 508-510. 
Harvey, Thomas, a justice. 8. 28; 

of general court, 2. 204. 261-269. 

274-275, 357-364, 645-655. 



HARVEY, THOS. 



216 



HARYON, M. 



a J. P., 2. 204, 626. 

at court of chancery. 8. 13. 

case against executors, 8. 224, 227* 
229. 

claims lands, 2. 139. 

dead, 8. 147, 245. 

Everard proposes to remove him 
from office, 2. 725, 767. 

grant to, 2. 569. 

in Council, 2. 516, 518, 521*530, 
532-533-535-542, 552, 556, 562-565- 
568-575, 603-604-606-608, 622, 637- 
640, 664, 675-683, 730-749, 764-768, 
770-773, 817-818, 830-831. 

indicted for swearing, 2. 443. 

Judge of admiralty. 8. 227. 

Juror, 2. 83, 88, 89, 93, 95, 96. 

on Va. boundary commission, 2. 
518. 

pays quit rents, 2. 727. 

provost marshal, 2. 468, 472. 

road overseer, 1. 576, 582. 

sells land, 1. 563, 608. 

surety, 2. 667. 

to administer oath, 2. 515. 

to king on Everard, 8. 2-5. 

to settle dispute, 2. 574. 
Harvey, Thos., a J. P., 28. 995. 

appointed commissioner, 12. 256- 
257. 

Atkinson to pay public money to, 
12. 802-803, 860, 867. 

Caswell to« on case of drafted Qua- 
kers, 18. 289, 290. 

commissioner to sell effects of Mar- 
tin, 12. 439, 443. 

declines to sign bills. 22. 937. 

in assembly. 8. 106, 146, 295, 303, 
304; 9. 448, 481, 517, 734, 735, 768, 
777. 1189; 12. 331, 346, 347, 348. 
368. 380, 399, 422, 430, 441, 723, 
736. 816, 879; 18. 532, 535, 556, 

625, 871, 883. 894. 

in Prov. Cong., 9. 1042, 1049, 1179; 

10. 166, 167, 172, 192. 501, 509, 

523, 914, 936. 
on com. of assem., 8. Ill; 9. 740; 

12. 727, 823; 18. 534, 540, 541. 

626, 627. 635, 636, 638, 875, 968. 
on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 522, 527, 

948. 
petition of Quakers on drafting, 

18. 274-275. 
quarter master, 18. 166. 
recruiting officer, 22. 928. 
register, 9. 298. 
reports on Blount, 22. 529. 
to Nash on Blount affair, 16. 142. 



to pay money to Armstrong, 12. 

610, 803, 807. 
to sign bills, 24. 184. 
to take subs, for D. S. Canal, 26. 

83. 
town coms'r, 28. 895. 
Harvey, Thos., does not make draft 

and court martialed, 17. 807-808. 
in assem., 19. 375, 378, 379, 384, 

388, 490, 502, 508, 509, 613, 614, 

622, 643, 671, 675. 676, 688; 20. 

120, 121, 122, 124, 156, 163, 167, 

181, 238, 239,240,306,360,476,477, 

479, 506, 514, 516, 519, 520. 522, 

523, 527, 536, 539, 544, 546, 547, 

550, 554, 555, 567, 580, 587. 
in conv. 1788, 22. 3, 6, 25, 27, 30, 32. 
major, 10. 205, 532. 
nom. for major, 21. 780, 938, 946. 
petition, 22. 138, 317. 
Harvey, Toney, trial of, 20. 817. 
Harvey, Wm., extempted, 6. 895. 
Harvey, Wm., prisoner, 17. 1045. 
Harvey (countersign), 8. 606. 
Harvey family, history, '9. xiv. 
Harvey Haven River, explored, 1. 126, 

135, 137, 138. 
See also Haven River. 
Harvey's, The, fit for cont. cong., 

10. XXXV. 
Harvey's Landing (BenJ.), tobacco 

inspection at, 28. 641, 792; 26. 

313, 379. 
Harvey's Neck, 9. xlvii. 
Harvie, George, leaves state, 22. 929. 
Harvy, Lucy, imported, 1. 396. 
Harwich, 1. 975. 
Harwick, Robert, petition on C. H., 

9. 806-808. 
Harwood, Absalom, in militia, 22. 

333. 
Harwood, BenJ., pays for Md., 17. 

560. 
Harwood, Benjamin J., pays money 

to U. S., 16. 928, 929. 
Harwood, Howai, in Indian war, 10. 

754. 
Harwood, James, pensioner, 22. 70. 
Harwood, Jo., clerk Md. Ho. of Del., 

16. 796. 
Harwood, John, 4. 453. 
Harwood, Joseph, messenger, 1. 515, 

516. 
Harwood, Thomas, pays in bills of 

credit, 18. 306. 
H a ry on, M., arrested for contempt 

and in Clay trial. 19. 775, 776, 

777, 778. 783. 784, 785, 786, 787. 



HASARD, EBEEN 



217 



HASELL, JAMES 



Hatardv Ebeen, to Caswell on post- 
office resolve, 11. 471. 
Hase, Wm., la militia, 2S. 328. 
Hasel. See Hasell, Hassel, Hassell, 

Hazel, Hazell, Hazle. 
-Haseiy Aaron, land grant to, 4. 66. 
Hasei, James, a J. P., 4. 346. 
Hasel, James, vestryman, S8. 191. 
Hasel, Thos^ debts of, 1. 479. 

law suit, 1. 479. 
Haseil (Hasseil), BenJ., in assem., 8. 

110, 147, 304. 
Haseli (Hasseil), James, 8. 244; 7. 
290; 8. 163; 8. 17, 20; 10. 427. 

a J. P., 8. 775. 

ability, 6. 146. 

advises against new Legislature, 8. 
zii, zili. 

acting governor, 8. 1014; 8. 626. 

allowance for asked, 8. 867, 868, 
936, 938. 

appointment as chief justice con- 
sidered, 8. 303-304. 

arrears of salary to, 8. 654. 

asks salary for council, 8. 375- 
376. 

bill to allow him to sell lands, 6. 
834, 835, 853; to empower him to 
sell lands of N. Rice, 6. 676, 677, 
678, 679, 680. 720, 726, 726, 728, 
729. 

certificate coms'r, 88. 781, 782. 

ch. com. of whole, 6. 185; 8. 1227, 
1229; of council, 8. 1112. 

charges against as C. J., 8. 412. 

chief baron of exchequer, 6. 36; 
8. 620; 7. 160, 168; 8. 55, 672. 

chief justice, 4. 1090; 6. 991; 7. 
160, 168; 82. 405; pro tem, 8. 
1028. 

claims allowed, 8. 211; 8. 130, 210, 
213, 214, 220. 

clerk S. C, 88. 290. 

commission as member of coun- 
cil, 11. 114, 117; as chief justice, 
6. 760, 962. 

comsY on church, 26. 245. 

dispute with Murray over rank in 
council, 8. 1015-1016. 

gov't to be left in hands of, 8. 
1061. 

hostile to Prov. Cong., 8. 1056. 

in council, 4. 844, 925, 961-971, 1000- 
1010, 1032-1039, 1041-1051, 1051- 
1064, 1064-1068, 1237-1255, 1256- 
1274. 1315, 1317-1325; 6. iii, 18, 29- 
32, 33-38, 38-48, 172-177. 177-191, 
212-231, 226-281, 488-489, 498, 



495-507, 653-657, 658-688, 810-818, 
820-829, 829-843, 869-889, 990-994, 
1107; 8. 75-79, 81-82, 84, 85, 117- 
132, 172-184, 330-345-362, 420-427, 
439-469, 512-513. 628-661, 755-799, 
838-892, 1007-1020, 1064-1071, 1072- 
1076, 1077-1089, 1089-1164, 1218- 
1254; 7. 4-7. 10-31, 34-85. 37-39, 
41-61. 105, 118-120, 133-137, 160. 
168, 227-232, 271-273, 292-306, 449, 
451-454, 501-506. 525-528. 532-536, 
549-568, 672-676, 690, 720-722, 729- 
731, 750-752. 783, 784-785, 79^794, 
870-871, 872-874, 875-876, 890-924; 
8. 25-27. 36-38, 86-105, 148-150, 160- 
164, 191-193, 199-201. 262, 268-270, 
272, 282-302, 347-384, 480-481. 490- 
493, 497-498, 499-502. 513, 536-540, 
543, 549-551, 623; 8. 3, 4, 15, 16. 
24, 27-29, 52-53, 55-67, 66, 71. 75. 
78. 101-136. 293-295, 372, 376-404, 
407-447, 694-596, 601-607. 706-733. 
788-791. 830-831, 837-874, 954-955, 
981-983, 1018-1020, 1027-1030, 1041, 
1056, 1078-1079, 1132-1133, 1136, 
1144-1146, 1168, 1169, 1171, 1177- 
1178, 1207, 1211, 1215-1216, 1221, 
1229; 10. 88-40, 106-107. 

judge chancery ct., 8. 1042. 

justice of supreme ct. of o. & t, 

6. 569-570. 

land grants asked, 4. 454, 759; 
grants to, 4. 59, 218, 221, 332, 616. 
627, 1046, 1242. 

Martin on, 8. 50; visits, 10. 14. 

negroes baptized, 8. 729. 

on com. to correspond with agent, 
28. 363. 

on com. of council. 4. 1002, 1014, 
1053, 1056, 1061, 1257, 1258. 1277, 
1318, 1319, 1333; 6. 39, 40, 57, 
178, 181, 197. 219, 220, 241, 501, 
529, 654, 661, 692, 834, 836, 857, 
873; 8. 119. 137, 441, 452, 1091. 
1092, 1095, 1156, 1158, 1225, 1273; 

7. 46. 299. * 

on feeling of assembly. 8. 1114. 

on precedency in council, 8. 625- 
626. 

opinion on conduct of war, 10. 107. 

opposes court bill, 8. 830, 975; in- 
ferior courts, 8. 822. 

payment to, 8. 648; 22. 442. 

petition against, 8. 245-246. 

presents address to Dobbs, 8. 349, 
642, 842;. to Tryon, 7. 554; 

president of council, 8. 200, 215. 
420, 432. 436, 437, 484, 497. 510, 



HASELL. JAMES 



218 



HASLIN, THOS. 



519 

694 

824 

963 

88, 

622 

909 

985 

128 

355 

380 

417 

463 

118 

154 

409 

479 

567 

617 

858 

894 

950 



659 
976 



671. 672, 688, 690, 692, 693, 

696, 697, 744, 763, 810, 819, 

833, 835, 887, 889, 953, 960, 

964, 1014; 7. 53, 55, 83, 84, 

560. 583, 616, 618, 619, 621, 

663, 665, 667, 683, 895. 902, 

923, 949, 952, 968, 976, 980, 

6. 92, 98, 99, 102, 105, 124, 

136, 139, 143, 144, 148, 351, 

358, 368, 369, 370, 375, 378, 

381, 382, 385, 401, 410, 414, 

435, 440, 445, 448. 449, 456, 

467, 474, 475; 9. 109, 116, 

121, 124. 125, 130, 131, 132, 

157, 161, 176, 391, 392, 408, 

415, 439, 440, 441, 442, 461, 

482, 504, 520, 536, 564, 566, 

568, 569, 570, 571, 582, 615, 

711, 715, 718, 724, 761, 841, 

859, 867, 869, 872, 873, 887, 

922, 923, 936, 938. 943, 948, 

22. 424, 823, 829, 852. 863, 

509, 514, 515, 522, 538, 549, 595, 

687, 758, 783. 849. 871. 930, 



presides at court, 7. 255-256. 

produces commission as C. J. and 
qualifies, 7. 191-192. 

prorogues assembly, 9. 1225. 

quoted on stamp act on frontier, 7. 
xii. 

recommends McCartney, 9. 61-2; 
Turner for mercy, 7. 273. 

report on as goyemor, 9. 1115; as 
Chief Justice, 7. 199. 200, 201. 

reports on public accounts, 6. 793- 
804; 6. 201-209. 

restored to place of Baron of ex- 
chequer, 9. 798-799. 

rights proved, 4. 596. 

signs act against regulators, 6. 
486; signs acts as S. S., 26. 517; 
for agent, 11. 238; land war- 
rants, 7. 118; memorial on S. C. 
line, 6. 779; Queen's College 
charter, 6. 490. 

subscribes to test, 7. 522. 

surety of Innes, 22. 363. 

takes depositions, 4. 1090, 1091- 
1092, 1092-1093, 1095, 1098, 1102, 
1127; oath, 6. 1087; as acting 
goyemor, 9. 1078; as pres't of 
council and proclamation, 9. 3, 
4. 

to Board of Trade on tar treatise, 
9. 13. 

to Hillsboro on regulators and 
Husband, 9. 13, 14; on his acces- 



sion to office, Tryon and the 
regulators, 9. 9. 
to king on salary for council, 6. 

760-761. 
to tax bills of costs, 6. 75. 
vestryman, 28. 191. 
wants to be lieut goy., 9. 277. 
witness, 7. 671. 
witnesses will, 22. 303. 
See also Hazell. 
Hasell, James, Jr., a J. P., 6. 1070. 
in militia, 22. 280. 
land grant to, 4. 803. 
road coms'r, 26. 264. 
863. 
Hasell, T. P., for James Hasell, 22. 

863. 
Hasel's Line, 26. 46. 

Haskell, , brigade major, 12. 529, 

539. 
Haskett, Anthony, buys land, 1. 608. 
Haskett, Anthony, Jr., buys, 1. 611. 
Haskett (Hasket), Anthony, 8r., sells, 

1. 523, 611. 
Haskett (Hasket), Tabitha, imports 
persons, 1. 395. 
sells, 1. 523, 611. 
Haskey, Adams, court martialed, 1& 

473. 
Hasklns, Mr., (Hosklns?), in Assem., 

20. 46. 
Hasklns, Aaron, captain, 10. 620. 
Hasklns, Hanaball, a magistrate, 1. 
449. 
attorney, 1. 430, 451. 
Juror, 1. 446. 
witness, 1. 429, 430. 
Hasklns, James, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hasklns, James, takes oath, 22. 171. 
Hasklns, Thos., resigns as J. P., 26. 

154. 
Haslan, T., takes deposition, 18. 334. 
Haslan, Wm., deposition on move- 
ments of Br., 18. 332-334. 
Hasle, James, a J. P., 4. 683. 
Haslen, John, and Armida case, 9. 

42, 43, 44. 
Haslen, Thos., a J. P., 22. 436. 
Haslen, Thomas, petition on cattle 

and hides. 6. 745-746. 
Haslin, Ellis, quoted, 16. 605. 
Haslln, Thos., 21. 994. 
church warden, 26. 35. 
contests election, 21. 767, 827, 885, 

890, 915, 922. 
in regulator campaign, 6. 584. 
memorial, 21. 308, 355, 386-7, 682, 
705, 994-5, 998. 



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219 



HATCH, LEMUEL 



port coms'r, 88. 667. 

surgeon in Tryon's army, 8. 659. 
Haslln, Thomas, Juror, 8. 528. 
Hasllp, ChaSf army rank, 18. 1076. 
Haas, David, army pay, 17. 216. 
Hassel. See Hasel, Hasell, Hazel, 

Hazell, Hazle. 
Hassel, Jacob, in militia, 22. 346. 
Hassel, Joseph, in militia, 17. 1059. 
Hassel I, Abraham, prosecutes, 2. 511. 
Hassel I, Edward, dismissed by court, 
2. 511. 

land lapses, 2. 641. 
Hassell, Elizabeth, raped, 2. 827. 
Hassel I, James, 6. 144/i, 146. 
Hassell, Jas^ army rank, 18. 1083. 
Hassell, Jesse, army pay, 17. 218. 
Hassell, John, indicted, 2. 400-1, 405; 
for swearing, 2. 405; for adul- 
tery. 2. 363. 370-371. 436-437. 

prosecutes, 2. 511. 

put under bond, 2. 262. 

tried for blasphemy, etc., 2. 412- 
413, 436, 444, 447, 470. 
Hassell, Wm., prosecutes, 2. 511. 
Hassle, Stephen, army rank, 18. 1081. 
Hassoid, Thos., appraiser, 1. 421. 

boy bound to, 1. 398. 

enters land, 1. 398. 

law suit of. 1. 413. 417, 418. 450. 

sued. 1. 409-410. 

sues, 1. 412. 

surety, 1. 443. 

witness. 1. 432. 
Hasten, Dr., 18. 178. 

losses of by storm. 8. 74. 
Hasten, Thos., school trustee, 26. 

484. 
Hasten, Thos., takes oath, 22. 920-1. 
Hasten A Co., property confiscated, 

18. 672. 
Hastie, Buchanan A Co., property 

confiscated. 24. 264. 425. 
Hastin, Wm., pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hastings, Carter, army rank. 18. 

1080. 
Hastings, Elizabeth, quit rents of, 

22. 249. 
Hastings, John, 18. 264. 
Hastings, Jno., in militia. 22. 347. 
Hastings, John, Tory officer. 22. 197. 
Hastings, Joseph, 18. 264. 
Hastings, Jos., protection to. 18. 586. 
Hastings, Rich., Juror. 26. 187. 
Hastings, Richard, refuses to pay 

Indian war fine. 2. 113. 
Hastings, Theophilus, 2. 260. 



commands troops from S. C. 2. 

258. 259. 
Journal of. 2. 259. 
law suit. 2. 108. 110. 
officer in Cherokee expedition. 2. 

258. 
petition allowed. 2. 417. 
to command troops sent to S. C, 
2. 180. 
Hastings, Thos., in militia, 22. 346. 
Hastings, Willis, army pay. 17. 219. 
Hastings, Willis, in army, 18. 519; 

18. 1073. 
Hastings, Zacharlah, pensioner. 22. 

70. 
Hastlns, Richard, resists payment of 

fines. 2. 59. 
Haston, Murioch, wounded and pris- 
oner. 22. 523. 
Hasty, James, 8r., pensioner. 22. 68. 
Haswell, Andrew, certificate lost, 18. 

297. 
Haswell, John, imported, 1. 413. 
Haswell, John, imported, 1. 418. 
Hasweli, 8amM, on Va. debtor law, 

2. 279-280. 
Hataway, Thos., army rank, 18. 1082. 
Hatch, Mr., 14. 96. 
Hatch, Alex., pensioner. 22. 68. 
Hatch, Anthony, a Justice of the Gen- 
eral Court. 2. 80-106, 148-150. 
buys land, 2. 87. 
commends Adams. 1. 730. 
Juror. 2. 646. 
vestryman. 2. 208; 28. 7. 
Hatch, Anthony, Juror. 4. 518. 
Hatch, Anth., Juror. 26. 186. 
Hatch, Edmund, building coms'r, 24. 
226; 26. 401. 
canal coms'r. 28. 814. 
horse delivered to. 18. 970. 
in Prov. Cong.. 18. 164. 
on Safety Committee of Craven. 8. 
1144. 
Hatch, Elizabeth, petitions for thirds. 

2. 677. 
Hatch, John, cited to appear before 
assembly to report on horses. 
18. 897. 900. 990. 
Hatch, Lemuel, canal coms'r. 28. 
914. 
in assembly. 8. 385. 388. 389. 408. 
415. 420. 422. 428. 432, 441. 447, 
448, 453, 466, 471. 472, 518, 529, 
531, 537, 542, 549, 555. 568, 587. 
718, 719, 726. 729, 734, 735, 768, 762. 
775, 783. 836, 839, 840, 843, 846. 
859, 874, 882, 888, 890, 897. 902. 



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220 



HAUGHTON. DAVID 



903, 904, 923, 931, 945, 950, 951, 

1188, 1189, 1196. 
in Prov. Cong., 9. 1042, 1049, 1178, 

1180, 1181; 10. 500. 
lieut. col., 10. 530. 
on com. of assembly, 9. 451, 711, 

739, 740. 
recommends Read, 8. 230. 
surety, 0. 692-593. 
Hatch, Lemuel, 8r., naylgation coms'r, 

24. 603. 
Hatch, Samuel, a J. P., 4. 970. 
Hatch, Wm., claim, 9. 488; allowed, 

9. 414, 527, 528. 536; 22. 879. 
Hatch, Wm., pay to, 22. 499. 
Hatchcock, Edwd., army rank, 16. 

1079. ; 
Hatchcock, Uom, army rank, 16. 

1079. 
Hatchcock, Wm., army rank, 16. 

1079. 
Hatchel, Richard, refuses to take 

oath, 18. 446. 
Hatcher, David, army rank, 16. 1085. 
Hatcher, laham, land grant to, 4. 

1247. 
Hatcher, John, takes oath, 22. 170. 
Hatcher, Robert, land grant to, 4. 

595, 761, 886, 890, 947. 
Hatcher, Wm., land grant to, 4. 350. 
Hatches, David, army pay, 17. 217. 
Hatch's Point, 21. 786. 
Hatck, Lemuel, land grant to, 4. 1250. 
Hatcock, Edward, army rank, 16. 

1079. 
Hatfield, Mrs., to board Aitchison, 10. 

463. 
Hatfield, Miles, in militia, 17. 1059. 
Hatfield, Richard, in militia, 16. 400. 
Hatfield's Tavern, 10. 305. 
Hath, John, takes oath, 22. 178. 
Hathaway, J no., army rank, 16. 1077. 
Hathaway, Woolsey, town coms'r, 

26. 34. 
Hathcock, Amos, army pay, 17. 219. 
Hathcock, Frederick, army pay, 18. 

518; 17. 215. 
Hathcock, Holllday, army pay, 17. 

219. 
Hathcock, Isham, army pay, 17. 217. 
Hathcock, John, army pay, 17. 219. 
Hathcock, Wm., in Davidson's Co., 14. 

294. 
Hathcock, Zacharlah, in army, 18. 

519. 
Hathcock, Zacharlah, in army, 18. 

527. 



Hats, act to allow Quakers to wear 
in court, 24. 593-4. 
manufacture of, 6. zlii, 317. 
Hatsock, Peter, in army, 16. 725. 

re-enlists, 16. 749. 
Hatson, John, on regulation of Cross 

Creek, 16. 209-211. 
Hatten, J no., juror, 26. 190. 
Hatten, Joshua, army pay, 17. 221. 
Hatteras, 18. 734n; 16. 593. 
I>etition from on new county, 16. 

75. 
baptism at, 7. 522. 
Hatteras Banks, Joined to Carteret 
Co., 28. 809. 
petition from, 22. 939. 
Hatteras Cape, 1. 57; 4. 639; 6. 606, 
609, 772; 7. 785; 11. 624; 18. 
364; 14. 139; 16. 326, 380; 16. 
497. 
explorers off, 1. 68. 
Spanish wreck at, 4. 1305. 
Hatteras lndlans(7), 22. iy. 
Hatteras Indians, admitted into the 
church, 6. 563. 
petition for relief, 2. 171. 
remains of, 6. 995-996. 
size, 8. 153. 

supplied with provisions, 2. 129. 
Hatteras Inlet, 28. 809. 
closed, 6. 1027. 
often closed, 6. 316. 
Hatteras Island, 7. 156, 157. 

distress on, 14. 135. 
Hatteras (Hatteress) Point, 6. 635. 
Hatton, John, has indentured servant, 
1. 402. 
petitions, 1. 402. 
Hatton, John, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 

37. 
Hatton, Robert, arrears of salary due 
to, 9. 653. 
payment to, 9. 649. 
salary as provost marshal, 22. 259. 
Hatton, Sally, security for, 22. 606. 
Hauck, Rev. Wm., forms classis, 6. 
767. 
pastor of German Reformed 

Churches, 6. 742. 
visits N. C. churches, 6. 737. 
Haudrey, Thomas, merchant, 2. 220. 
Haufford, Thos., land grant to, 4. 

580, 590. 
Haughton, — , law suit, 1. 587. 

Haughton, , law suit, 2. 112. 

Haughton, Charles, resigns as major, 

21. 899. 
Haughton, David, Juror, 4. 516. 



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221 



HAW RIVER 



Haughton, Henry, asks for new road, 

2. 509-510. 
Haughton, Joseph, debts due by, 8. 

280-281. 
Haughton, Joshua, allowance to, 22. 

836. 
Haughtcn, Joshua, Juror, 4. 516. 
Haughton, Joshua, petition, 19. 520, 

525, 527. 
Haughton, Mary, raped, 2. 442. 

tried for adultery, 2. 443, 472. 
Haughton, Richard, Juror, 4. 516. 
Haughton, Ter., petitions on county 

bounds, 8. 633-634. 
Haughton, Thos., in assembly, 18. 
2, 3, 49, 127, 165. 167. 
petition, 18. 520, 525. 527. 
to take deposition on lands, 17. 
666-667, 749. 
Haughton, Thomas, Juror, 4. 516. 
Haughton, Thos. H., a J. P., 11. 653. 
Haughton, Wm., appears for wife, 2. 
472. 
Juror, 2. 399,, 464. 466. 467, 704. 
petition, 2. 353, 390-391. 
wife raped. 2. 442. 
Haughton, Wm., Juror, 4. 516. 
Haughton, Wm., Juror, 26. 185. 
Haughton, Wm., petitions on county 

bounds, 8. 633-635. 
Haughton, Wm., quit rents of. 28. 256. 
Haughton, Wm., Jr., Juror, 4. 516. 
Haul, Jno., in militia. 28. 283. 
Haul, Ormerger, in militia, 22. 282. 
Haulborn, David, in army, 13. 525. 
Haulover, The, 2. 698; 23. 119. 
Haulsey. See Halsey. 
Hauisey, Wm., Juror, 26. 185. 
Haus, Marx, 8. 762. 
Hausz, Marcus, petition on rent, 8. 

46-47. 
Hauton, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 1043. 
Havanna, Cuba, 2. 763; 8. 785; 8. 33, 
321, 1145; 13. 354; 14. 623; 16. 
253; 17. 179. 
captured, 8. 838. 
conquest of considered, 8. 699. 
fleet sails from, 14. 781. 
Spanish expedition from plunders 

N. C. 4. 1306. 
threatened invasion from. 4. 272. 
trade with, 8. 618; illegal trade 
with. 6. xliy; 8. 1021. 
Havannah, (N. Y.)» signs association, 

18. 57. 
Haven, Harry, river named for, 1. 
122; ment'd, 1. 133. 



Haven, James, clothing to for troops, 

14. 714. 
Haven River, named. 1. 122, 126, 136. 
Haveth, (Havett), Wm., Juror, 2. 399, 

433. 
H a vl grooves, John, in army, 13. 522. 
Havin, James, com. of mil. stores, 14. 

379. 
Havold, Benjamin, army pay, 17. 217. 
Havord, Thos., in militia. 22. 344. 
Havre de Grace, France, 13. 19. 23, 
28; 28. 738, 739; 22. 107. 
tobacco trade, 18. 630, 631. 
Havre Locks. 14. 811. 
Haw, Henry Philip, takes oath, 28. 

174. 
Haw, Wm., in militia, 22. 166. 
Haw Fields, 6. 1205, 1212; 8. 12; 16. 
408; 18. 206; 17. 661; 22. 217, 
1047. 
and regulators, 7. 712, 814. 
Burrington's lands on bought by 

Strudwick, 16. 212. 
petiUon from, 18. 211, 341, 342. 
proposed grant to McCuUoh at, 4. 

162, 163. 
requisition from, 8. 715. 
Haw Fields Church, 6. 1213, 1215, 

1216. 1217, 1218. ^ 
Haw old fields, 3. 471. 
fertility, 3. 194. 
lands taken up, 3. 220; gotten by 

fraud, 3. 518. 
sold to Strudwick, 8. 578-580. 
Haw River, 4. xl, 888, 889; 7. 827; 8. 
500, 620, 621, 693, 712, 755; 8. 12, 
488, 490. 527; 13. 276. 278; 14.620, 
856; 16. 431; 18. 840, 852, 960,970, 
972, 975, 979, 993; 22. 100, 123, 
124. 141. 142, 148. 568, 879. 
act on passage of fish, 24. 297-8, 

460, 849-50. 
bill to prevent stopping of, 12. 735; 
stopping of fish in, 13. 890, 981, 
985; 17. 317, 327. 336. 385; to 
keep open. 18. 133, 191, 204, 356, 
359, 418. 430; on fish. 28. 44. 87. 
British cross. 16. 428; and Ameri- 
cans on, 17. 1001, 1010. 
Butler on, 18. 12. 
Germans on. 8. 734, 737. 
Granville's line run to, 7. 157. 
McCulloh's lands on, 6. 622. 
Presbyterians on, 6. 1193, 1214, 

1215. 1216. 1217. 
regulators on. 7. 792, 884; 8. 260. 
request of inhabitants of to Orange 



HAW RIVER BRIDGE 



222 



HAWKINS, BENJAMIN 



authorities about taxes, 7. 699- 
700. 
requisition from, 8. 715. 
Tories on, 16. 778; 16. yiii, 559; 

22. 1047; and Br. on, 17. 1000. 
Tryon to regulators on, 7. 801, 821. 
Haw River Bridge, 24. 745. 
Haw (Hor) River Camp, 6. 581, 668. 
Haw River Fork, nom. for capital, 22. 

29. 
Haw Tree Creek, 2. 777, 785, 811. 
Hawcatt, Edward, 20. 431. 
Haweti'a Mill, 12. 459. 
Hawea. See Haws. 
Hawea, Capt., 14. 697. 
Hawee, Ezekiel, pensioner, 22. 70. 
Hawea, 8. 36. 

Hawfielda. See Haw Fields. 
Hawk. See Hawkes, Hawks. 
Hawk, Domlnicua, surgeon, 7. 829. 
Hawk, Sir Edward, at Privy Council, 

11. 213-215. 
Hawk, sloop, 10. 364. 
Hawkeings, John, appraiser, 2. 43. 
Hawkea. See Hawk, Hawks. 
Hawkea, John, 18. 652. 
Hawkea, John/ 22. 991. 
Hawkes, J no., army rank. 18. 1196. 
coms'r on building, 28. 744; on 

school, 24. 867. 
elected maritime Judge, 20. 230, 

244, 423, 430. 
Juror, 8. 528. 
Hawkes, Thos.) bills to be burnt at 
house of, 8. 373, 453, 454. 
mace bearer, 8. 105. 

Hawkins, » 14. 468. 

Hawkins, Mr., 14. 126. 

Hawkins, Mr., 14. 854. 

Hawkins, Mr., 17. 141. 

Hawkins, Mr., 20. 630. 

Hawkins, Mr., on com. of assem., 16. 

219. 
Hawkins, Capt., reports on Br. cruelty, 

18. 417. 
Hawkins, MaJ., aide to Caswell, 16. 

426. 
Hawkins, Benjamin, 14. 379, 664, 
665. 701; 16. 67, 70, 450, 457. 563, 
595; 17. 27; 10. 804; 20. 605; 
21. 158, 436; 22. 493, 533. 
accounts of, 10. 667; 20. 216, 394. 
acts in Boritz case, 10. 711. 
address on public printer, 10. 654, 

657, 662. 
advances money to Toung, 16. 23. 
agent for State, 14. iy-y. 
and matter of W. I. trade, 16. 72. 



and sale of public tobacco and an- 
swer, etc., 20. 620-621, 626-627, 
635, 639-641. 644-646, 660, 679. 698, 
728. 

and Speed impress yessel, 20. 
229, 231, 291. 

Blount protests against Hopewell 
treaty, 18. 491; to on Hopewell 
treaty, 17. 578-580. 

Board of war on salt. etc.. 14. 476. 
477, 478-480, 495. 

buys proyisions of Parker, 18. 401; 
tobacco, 22. 597. 

called to assem. to settle accounts, 
17. 638, 641, 704, 725, 726. 

Caswell to on Brldgen. 18. 643; on 
tobacco for cannon. 14. 108-109. 

commercial agent for N. C, 18. 605- 
606. 

coms'r on boundary. 24. 866; of 
trade, 24. 322; on school. 24. 
863; on nayigation coms'r, 24. 
600; to sell granary, 24. 626; to 
sign bills. 24. 184. 

consulted. 18. 303. 

controls salt. 16. 641. 

corn to be deliyered^ 14. 414. 

deliyers tobacco. 22. 994; to Bor- 
witz, 14. 457. 

Elected Indian coms'r and letters on 
same. 17. 431, 473-475, 479, 485, 
487, 489, 4^0, 493, 510, 516-518, 
522. 536. 538. 566. 567. 568, 582- 
586. 

extract from letter of on arms. 18. 
503-604. 

holds public tobacco, 18. 776. 

in assembly, 12. 655, 656, 686, 698, 
704. 736. 773. 816, 822, 823, 830, 
873, 879; 18. 625, 690, 708, 709. 
712, 717; 10. 376. 379. 489. 490, 
491, 494. 499, 504, 505. 507. 512, 
514, 517, 520, 522, 526, 527. 528. 532, 
533. 557. 573. 575, 577, 588, 594, 
601. 603. 605. 606. 608, 613, 614, 
616, 622, 624, 634, 639, 643. 646, 
647, 650, 654, 657, 667, 670, 671, 
675. 676. 682. 688. 690. 699. 

in cony. 1789. 22. 39. 40. 47, 48. 

in C. C. 16. 533, 607. 608; 16. 90, 
95. 959; 17. 856. 870. 872. 941. 
970. 972. 975, 976. 977; 10. 106, 
114, 117, 334, 337. 340. 342; 10. 57, 
59. 136. 152. 245. 269. 876, 959; 20. 
13, 230, 244, 245, 629, 630. 637, 
763, 764; 21. 494, 495, 500. 

instruction to as U. S. Senator. 21. 
902, 923, 953. 961. 962. 992, 1028- 



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223 



HAWKINS. JOHN 



1030, 1040-1041, 1044, 1048-1049, 
1055-1056; on purchase of provis- 
ions, 18. 889, 890, 931. 
iiBtter ment'd, 14. 474, 483; 16. 195; 

17. 22, 274; 19. 458; 20. 394, 419, 
597; 21. 153. 172-173, 186; con- 
sidered and com. on accounts, 17. 
824, 826-827, 914-915, 916; and in- 
structions, 22. 910. 

Likly to on tobacco, 20. 605-606. 

Martin to on new officers, peace, 
etc., 16. 783; to on public affairs, 
19. 938; on trade and lands, 16i 
919-920; on trade and public af- 
fairs, 16. 729-730. 

misunderstanding with Ellis on 
arms, 14. 810-811. 

money to, 22. 957. 

nom. as agent to settle accounts 
with U. S., 21. 150; as delegate in 
Cont Cong., 18. 685, 691; as dele- 
gate to Fed. Cony., 21. 125; for 
U. S. Conv., 20. 567; for C. of S.. 
19. 465, 813. 

on com. of assem., 18. 540, 542, 543, 
547, 576, 577. 586, 626, 627, 6^8. 
635. 637. 639. 646, 679, 680, 691, 
692, 699, 700. 732. 734. 

opposes confiscation. 17. 145. 

pay to, 22. 1016. 

payment to. 16. 552. 

position,. 22. 1025. 

procures arms. 20. 108. 

reports on State of Union, etc., 20. 
241-243; on needs of S. C, 16. 
417. 

resigns office, 20. 436. 

sec'y to Burke, 16. 595. 

ships tobacco on account of State, 

18. 979. 982. 

summoned to assem. to report on 
.transactions of Savage. 18. 891- 
892. 
thanked. 19. 641, 642. 
to barter pork for salt, 18. 838, 841. 
to borrow money and buy supplies. 

14. 204. 
to Burke on bills, French fleet, etc., 

16. 374. 

to Caswell on inportation of arms 
and European views, 16. 337-339; 
on money for Indian treaty, etc., 

17. 514-515, 523-525; on Indian af- 
fairs, 16. 544; on public affairs 
and answers, 20. 676, 679, 680^81, 
716-717, 735-6, 761, 775; to deUver 
salt to Person, 17. 971, 974. 

to Martin on location of federal 



capital. 16. 908-910; on Tenn. 
cession. Martinique debt and State 
debts, 22. 794-5, 798; on mutiny, 
16. 852-855. 895; on peace and 
trade. 16. 864-866; on Patterson, 
16. 835; on post route to South. 
16. 736-737; on seizure of Spicer's 
flag. 16. 823-826; on treaty, trade, 
money, duties and lands, 16. 882- 
889; on treaty and trade, 16. 845. 
861, 894-896. 900-906; on treaties 
and mutiny. 16. 836-837. 
to Nash on impressing wagons. 16. 
63-64; on provisions, Br. move- 
ments, etc.. 14. 863-4; on public 
affairs. 16. 478-80. 942-943; on sup- 
plies. 14. 839-840. 
to pay specie to Armstrong. 17. 

640. 641. 724-725. 729. 
to return to N. C, 20. 733, 734. 
to send troops to Wake C. H., 17. 

804, 887-888, 890. 
treats with Chickasaws, 16. 493- 

495; with Choctaws, 16. 799-802. 
trustee Univ., 26. 22. 
U. S. Senator, 21. iv, 253, 282. 330, 
333, 334. 614, 630, 666. 669. 672. 
Hawkins, Dennis, building coms'r, 24. 
942. 
in assem.. 16. 1; 19. 233. 251. 280, 
282. 334, 338, 341, 352, 354, 358, 
359; 20. 7. 39, 68, 72, 76. 79. 81- 
82, 83, 89. 102. 480. 500. 501, 506, 
511. 519. 520. 536. 
in conv. 1789, 22. 36. 
Hawkins, Rev. Elijah, sketch of, 6. 

793. 
Hawkins, Eliz., gift to, 22. 296. 
Hawkins, Eliz., quit rents of, 22. 260. 
Hawkins, Eliz., witness, 4. 443. 
Hawkins, Epm., army rank, 16. 1084. 
Hawkins, Ephralm, pensioner, 22. 70. 
Hawkins, George, 21. 436. 
Hawkins, Gideon, in militia, 22. 338. 
Hawkins, H. (7), in assembly, 18. 990. 
Hawkins, Henry, army pay, 17. 216. 

army rank, 16. 1084. 
Hawkins, J., Nash to on magazine, 

etc., 16. 68. 
Hawkins, Jam., Juror, 26. 186. 
Hawkins, Jason, in assembly, 17. 878, 

879, 906. 
Hawkins, John, a Justice. 1. 443, 566, 
588-591. 
attorney, 1. 403-404. 
buys, 1. 609. 

sells land, 1. 399, 480; 2. 483. 
stock marks. 1. 495. 



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224 



HAWKINS. PHILEMON 



wife of has bastards, 8. 264. 

Hawkins, John, a J. P., 28. 995. 

Hawkins, John, attends Board of 
Trade. 4. 437. 

Hawkins, John, coroner, 9. 298. 

Hawkins, (Hawkes?), John, elected 
maritime Judge, 20. 230, 244, 423, 
430. 

Hawkins, John, in militia, 22. 307. 

Hawkins, John, in militia, 22. 314. 

Hawkins, Jno., in militia, 22. 367. 

Hawkins, Jno., in militia, 22. 373. 

Hawkins, John, land grant, 4. 625» 
894. 

Hawkins, Jno., It col., 20. 273, 461. 

Hawkins, John, memorial, 10. 588, 
591, 655, 658. 

Hawkins, John, petitions for repeal of 
tax on free negroes, 8. 982. 

Hawkins, John, private sec'y. to goy., 
22. 212. 

Hawkins, Jno., quit rents of, 22. 752. 

Hawkins, John, rights proved, 4. 598. 

Hawkins, John, school trustee, 24. 
863. 

Hawkins, John, to be captain, 6. 
162. 

Hawkins, John, to Burke on sherifrs 
coms'n, 22. 1046. 

Hawkins, John, to Sumner on case of 
men court martialed, 16. 662-663; 
on troopers, 10. 882-883. 

Hawkins, John, takes oath, 22. 171. 

Hawkins, John, vestryman, 23. 497. 

Hawkins, Joseph, in assembly, 13. 
785, 812, 824, 913, 915, 925, 937, 
947, 966, 975, 980, 982, 983, 988, 
990, 1000; 10. 2, 3, 34, 43. 44, 49, 
61, 127. 152. 156, 165; 17. 716, 906, 
943; 10. 6, 8, 10, 15, 18.20,78,87, 
162. 168, 207, 211. 218, 234, 249, 
251, 280. 334, 338, 341, 352, 354, 
358, 359, 381, 383, 386, 387. 389. 
392, 393, 394, 397. 
It. coL, 17. 965, 968. 
nom. for major, 17. 952. 954; and 
appd. It. col., 17. 858, 868; for 
com. of confiscated property, 10. 
148. 
on com. of assem., 13. 740, 742, 790, 
791. 794. 795, 831, 832, 834, 840, 
866, 875, 916, 921, 924, 929, 958, 
967, 968, 969; 10. 21, 27, 34, 43, 
44, 117. 128; 17. 636, 644, 662, 
677, 716, 717, 726, 727, 743. 755, 
758, 905. 
sec'y to Gov., 17. 1050. 



to Nash on movement of troops, 

etc., 16. 487-8. 
Hawkins, Jos., in militia, 22. 338. 
Hawkins, Joseph, sadler, 16. 620. 
Hawkins. Joshua, certificate lost, 10. 

297. 
Hawkins, Leweston, army rank, 10. 

1079. 
Hawkins, Locton, army pay, 17. 219. 
Hawkins, Lorton, army rank, 10. 1084. 
Hawkins, Mary, hireling, 2. 267. 
Hawkins, Matt, Watauga to be* an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 
Hawkins, Philemon, 16. 441. 461, 466; 

10. iii. 
a J. P.. 22. 481; 23. 993. 
allowance to on Martin's account, 

10. 975. 
claims allowed. O. 468; 22. 830; O. 

125. 198. 203, 204, 219. 718; 10. 

571. 

comr. of trade, etc., 10. 650, 658, 
659, 660. 661, 681. 682. 

complains against J. P.. O. 274; 
against Justices of Bute. O. 70-1. 

counsellor, 17. 143. 

fails to substantiate charges. 0. 372. 

in assembly. 10. 1. 2, 38. 49, 66, 96, 
116. 121. 127, 130, 152. 156. 166, 
166; 17. 265. 266. 276, 283. 284, 
287, 290. 297. 303, 304. 323. 364, 
365. 366. 368, 424; 17.387.394.396, 
406, 425; 10. 229. 242. 248. 250, 
266, 267, 284. 297. 298. 302. 311, 
312. 314. 317. 344. 345, 346, 356, 
357, 361. 376, 389, 399, 412, 429, 
440, 443, 469, 470, 471, 808. 811; 10. 
13. 18. 24, 34. 35. 42. 69. 70, 74, 
89. 101. 162. 168. 207, 211, 217. 234, 
244. 248. 249. 251, 262, 280, 286. 
287, 292, 324, 334. 338. 341, 352, 
354. 358. 359. 381. 383. 386. 387, 
389. 394. 489. 491, 494, 499, 
510. 522. 523. 525. 528, 550. 567, 
571, 577, 588. 601, 603. 605, 606, 
613. 614. 616. 622, 624, 626. 643, 
647. 648. 665. 670. 674. 676. 677, 
684. 685, 688, 689; 20. 4. 6, 7, 8. 16, 
21, 33. 38. 55. 126. 127. 130. 134. 
136. 143, 146,147,150.155.157.166, 
167, 168. 181, 182, 185, 195, 227, 
229, 231, 239, 245, 246, 248, 250. 
275. 287, 288, 310, 312, 313, 318, 
330, 331, 333, 340. 356, 363. 417. 
434; 21. 194. 196, 198, 202. 207, 
209. 222. 224. 230. 232. 23^. 246, 
263, 268, 294, 296, 301, 303. 308, 
310, 432, 578, 584, 590, 597, 599, 



HAWKINS, PHILEMON 



225 



HAWKINS, WYATT 



609» 624. 634. 647. 650, 738. 797; 

on com. of assem.. t8. 740, 741, 

742. 769. 787. 790. 791. 793, 794, 

831. 832. 834. 840. 866, 875, 916, 

921. 924, 929, 935. 958, 967. 968, 

969; tS. 5, 23. 32. 38, 49, 59, 60. 

61. 68. 101, 104. 114. 130, 144; 17. 

268, 269. 276. 277, 278. 280, 284. 

288, 322, 340. 364. 637. 716, 717. 

721, 755, 812, 821, 829, 833, 840, 

895. 905, 914, 916, 923, 933; 18. 13, 

28, 33. 38, 41, 74, 96. 104, 106, 161. 

166, 187. 230. 235. 237, 240, 258. 

262. 266, 306, 328. 336, 382, 383. 

412. 
in conv. 1789. 22. 39. 43, 47, 48. 
in C. of State, 18. 90. 95; 18. 57, 

59. 188, 202, 312. 331, 540, 571. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 500, 502. 523, 547, 

913, 915; on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 

522, 925. 
in regulator campaign, 8. 670; 18. 

848; taken by regulators. 7. 705. 
land grant to, 4. 350. 
lieut. col., 10. 205. 
Nash to on magazine, etc., 16. 68. 
nom. for entry taker, 10. 225, 362. 
on com. of assem.. 12. 554. 560, 563, 

583. 586. 588. 660, 665, 667, 668, 

687. 691, 695. 766. 768. 770, 772. 

777. 788, 790, 821, 824, 827. 828, 

834. 846. 847. 848. 851. 852; 18. 

534. 536. 
ordered to raise King's standard. 

10. 441-443. 
petition for repeal of tax on. free 

negroes. 8. 982. 
recommended as J. P., 6. 592. 
recommends McCartney, 8. 61-2. 
school trustee, 18. 809-810; 24. 863. 
sells horse. 18. 928. 
sergeant of assembly. 8. 400, 401. 
Sumner to on impressment, 18. 490. 
to Nash on land grant, 14. 836. 
town coms'r, 24. 293. 
vestryman. 28. 497. 
Hawkins, Philemon, in militia, 

306. 
Hawkins, Philemon, in militia, 

308. 
Hawkins, Philn., in militia, 22. 367. 
Hawkins, Philemon, in militia, 22.367. 
Hawkins. Philemon, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hiiwkins, Philemon, Jr., colonel, 10. 

559; resigns as col., 10. 584. 
coms'r on school, 18. 809; 24. 297. 

863; on town. 24. 878. 
in assembly. 18. 784, 786, 812, 813, 



824, 913, 915. 925, 937, 947, 966. 

975, 980, 982, 990 (?) 1000; 17. 

715, 906, 931, 936. 
in C. of S., 17. 810, 812, 858, 859, 

893, 895. 896. 900, 954; 21. 778, 

787, 935, 945. 
nom. for C. C, 18. 853. 945; 17. 856, 

858. 941. 954. 
ordered to raise king's standard, 

10. 441-433. 
Hawkins, PInketham, claims allowed, 

8. 468; 8. 718. 757. 
Hawkins, Richd., army rank, 18. 1080. 
Hawkins, Richd.. in militia. 22. 366. 
Hawkins, Ruth, petition. 20. 138. 319. 
Hawkins, Samuel, petitions Burke for 

pardon and commendation. 18. 

276-277. 
Hawkins, 8aml., petitions. 18. 932. 
Hawkins, Stephen, in militia. 22. 275. 
Hawkins, Stephen, in militia, 2^. 338. 
Hawkins, Thos., arrested. 1. 408. 
juror, 2. 262. 
law suit, 1. 424-425, 435. 
suit against estate of, 1. 452, 453. 
Hawkins. Thos., gift to wife, 22. 296. 
Hawkins, Thos., Juror. 4. 525. 
Hawkins, Thos., Juror. 25. 186. 
Hawkins, Thos., resigns as J. P.. 20. 

147. 333. 
Hawkins, Wm., a J. P., 28. 994. 
Hawkins, Wm., army rank, 18. 1078. 
Hawkins, Wm., in army, 16. 724. 

re-enlists, 16. 749. 
Hawkins, Wm., in Indian war, 10. 754. 
Hawkins, Wm., land grant to, 4. 636. 
Hawkins, Wm., to be made capt., 6. 

162. 

Hawkins, Wyatt, in assembly, 17. 265. 
266. 293, 297. 304. 354, 359. 366. 
366. 387, 391, 394. 395. 406, 425; 
18. 20. 227. 229, 250. 284. 292, 298, 
302, 312. 317, 329, 344, 345, 346, 
351, 361, 362, 376, 389, 399. 412, 
429, 440. 443, 445, 468, 469, 470, 
471; 20. 125, 147, 157, 165, 179, 
181. 182. 191, 195. 211, 222, 223. 
227. 239, 240, 246, 248, 275. 285. 
287. 331, 344. 356. 360, 363, 417. 
434; 21. 2. 4. 7, 15, 33. 36, 37, 44, 
47, 51, 52, 60. 61, 68, 74, 77. 84. 89, 
102. 103. 110. 112, 115, 121, 126, 
127, 130, 133. 160, 179, 190. 194, 
196, 199, 220, 222, 230, 232, 234, 
245. 263, 264. 269, 270, 271, 272, 
273. 274. 275, 284, 288, 289, 290. 
291, 294, 303. 305, 308, 310. 316, 
324, 330, 332, 335, 336, 337, 338, 



15 



HAWKINS CO., TENN. 



226 



HAWKS, JOHN 



339, 341, 346, 346, 360. 361, 362, 

363, 367, 368, 369, 370, 372, 379. 

383, 384, 387, 388, 389, 391, 392^ 

399, 400, 401, 402, 410, 411, 412, 

417, 418, 432, 690, 699, 609, 634, 

650, 738, 797, 872, 873. 876, 899, 

913, 927, 930, 931, 933, 934. 937, 

941, 960, 961, 962. 968, 966, 970. 

980, 989. 990. 994. 996. 999. 1004. 

1006, 1012. 1013. 1016. 1019, 1020. 

1021. 1028, 1031, 1032. 1039, 1040, 

1061. 
in cony. 1788, SS. 3, 6, 26, 27, 30, 32. 

33. 
in cony. 1789, 22. 39, 46. 49. 
maj., 20. 273, 461. 
nom. for C. of S., 18. 179. 398; 21. 

386, 399, 703, 711. 
on com. of assem., 17. 277, 278, 314; 

18. 8. 9, 31. 33, 38, 41, 74, 96. 106. 

127. 187. 236. 237. 263. 268. 272. 

282, 283. 287. 288. 289. 299. 300. 

326. 330. 331. 332. 336. 349. 364, 

396. 402, 403. 405. 406. 412. 413. 

414. 433. 435. 473. 474. 476. 
resigns from C. of S. and from mili- 
tia, 21. 908. 1046. 
school trustee. 24. 863. 
Hawkins Co., Tenn., 20. 130. 268. 396. 

401. 626. 572. 622. 646, 656. 679. 

680. 689; 21. 138. 144. 183. 267, 

326. 358, 373, 386, 387. 396. 401. 

429. 638. 699. 700, 710. 715; 22. 

678. 680. 695. 696. 715; 24. 968; 

26. 3. 46. 
act for new station. 24. 974-6; 26. 

63; for proyision store in, 26. 46; 

for town in. 26. 49; to create. 24. 

830-2; to pardon Franklinlties. 24. 

820. 916. 966; 26. 10. 
bill for fort in. 20. 569, 586-6. 693; 

21. 123. 128. 129, 173; for 

pardon of Franklin leaders. 20. 

169. 171, 223. 236. 273. 277. 284. 

346, 409, 444-445. 469-460, 466. 603. 

612. 663-4; 21. 42, 43, 66. 64. 73, 

72, 110. 114-116. 218, 221. 222, 230. 

231-232. 239. 256. 286-286. 586. 

688. 694, 698-699; 22. 728-9; for 

proyision store in, 21. 376, 383; 

on suits, 20. 677; to diyide. 20. 

530; 21. 69. 76. 103. 107, 212, 216. 

235, 236. 239, 248, 253, 254, 268. 

268. 301. 303, 320, 321. 342, 583. 

687. 601. 606. 607, 610. 611, 618. 

639. 662, 659. 670, 683. 
Caswell to officers of on Franklin 

State, 20. 707-9. 712; on Franklin, 



L 686-7. 688. 
certificates of Indian seryice good 

for taxes, 21. 722. 
court held in. 28. 671. 
members in assem., 20. 119, 124, 

302, 322, 324, 476; 21. 2. 21, 110, 

194. 
members in cony. 1788 and 89, 22. 

2, 7, 37, 43. 
miliUa fines remitted. 26. 698. 699. 
murders in, 28. 693. 
owes State. 81. 1074. 
paid for Indian seryice. 21. 184-185. 
time for sheriff to settle, 20. 691, 

695. 
Hawkins Court House, act for town 

at. 26. 49. 
bill for town at, 21. 217. 223. 246, 

261, 329, 682, 689. 617. 
Hawkins' Horse, 28. 639. 
Hawks. Hawkes. Hawk. 

Hawks, » auditor. 21. 289. 

Hawks, — ^, mace bearer, 7. 292. 
Hawks, Mr., 14. 836; 16. 9. 
furnishes list of rents of county 

clerks, 0. 266. 
Hawks, Francis L., cited, 1. xy, xyi, 

xxxiii. 
appointed to edit documents, 1. yi; 
history of N. C. quoted. 1. 18-19; on 

appearance of Quakers. 1. zix-zx.; 

on Gary and Tuscarora war, 1. 

xxix; on Gulpeper Rebellion, 1. 

xxii; reprints from, 1. 36-39, 43-46, 

825-827. 
Hawl^s. John, 8. 76. 
Hawks, John, 21. 686. 
administrator, 24. 697. 
allowance to, 13. 912; 18. 108. 
balance due to, 18. 119. 
Caswell to on council meeting, 17. 

482; on Fed. Cony.. 20. 634. 
clerk of council. 8. 370, 380, 425, 

711. 712. 715. 718. 722, 724, 834, 

839. 841, 844. 867, 868, 869, 864, 

866. 867, 869. 872. 873; and quarrel 

oyer same. 8. 613-618; of pleas, 8. 

254. 
collector of Beaufort, 7. 636. 
coms'r on accts., 84. 484; on build- 
ing. 84. 622. 699; on depreciation, 

84. 420; on school. 84. 764. 
dist. auditor, 84. 373, 387, 423. 
estimates cost of palace. 7. 642-543. 
holds books and accounts of Palace, 

8. 472, 474. 
in C. of S., 18. 466, 466, 468, 809, 

813, 816; 80. 49. 



HAWKSWORTH, WM. 



227 



HAY, JOHN 



nominated for comptroller, 7. 499; 

for C. of State, 17. 310, 836; 18. 

114. 117. 340. 342. 
pays bills for Tryon. 22. 496-6. 498- 

600; expenses of Craven regt. 22. 

427. 
receiyes money for disbursement, 

22. 440. 
recommended for comptroller of 

Beaufort. 7. 648. 
reports on finances of the Palace. 8. 

626. 
superintends palace. 7. 431. 
to be trustee of Newbem jail» 7. 

664. 693. 
to hire house for recruiting service, 

8. 626. 
to Johnston resigning as Judge. 21. 
616. 
Hawksworth, Wm., 4. 60. 
Hawley, Caleb, army pay, 17. 220. 

deserter. 14. 182. 183. 
Hawiey, Edward, army pay. 17. 218. 
Hawley, Henry, gov. Barbadoes. 1. 
151. 167-8, 176-177. 
on Barbadoes council, 1* 167 
on Barbadoes trade, 1. 149-160. 
Hawley, Lemuel, army pay, 17. 218. 
Hawley, Wm., army pay. 17. 220. 

army rank. 18. 1079. 
Hawlover Inlet, 8. 607. 
Hawnes, England, 8. 21. 29. 541. 646, 

646, 673. 
Hawns, act to incorporate, 23. 346; 

26. 240. 
Hawns, county Bedford, 8. 310. 
Haws. See Hawes. 
Haws, Maj., 12. 623. 

on court martial. 12. 634. 
Haws, Ezekial, army pay. 17. 221. 
Haws, J no., army rank. 18. 1084. 
Haws, John, imported. 1. 396. 
Haws, J no., in militia, 22. 340. 
Haws, John, land grant to, 4. 277. 
Hawthorn, Jnc, army rank, 18. 1080. 
Hawthorn, John, claims allowed. 8. 

213. 
Hawthorn, Jno., in militia. 22. 397. 
Hawtry (Harvey?) Neck, suit over, 

1. 419. 
Hay. See Hayes. Hays. 
Hay, Dr., Williamson to on condition 
of hospital at Camden, 16. 61-b2. 
Hay, Lt. Col., field officer, 12. 633. 
to parade, 12. 618. 
wounded at Stoney Point, 14. 329. 
Hay, Abm., army rank. 18. 1078. 
Hay, Charles, in militia, 22. 339. 



Hay, David, owes State, 21. 1073. 

Hay, J., payment to. 13. 360. 

Hay, James, petition against marriage 

act, 8. 623-624. 
Hay, Jesse, act to alter name to 

Spaight. 24. 939. 
bill to change name. 18. 446. 762, 

780; 28. 156. 169. 179, 190. 191, 

339. 367. 366, 377. 
Hay (Hays), John, 17. 166; 21. 676; 

22. 624. 

act to vest lands in, 24. 469. 
allowance to, 18. 118. 
and Smiths land law. 22. 618-19, 620. 
bill to vest lands in, 18. 27, 29. 31, 

34. 36, 44. 46, 60. 68, 69, 63, 87. 92; 

17. 696, 777. 780, 838. 861, 931. 964. 
coms'r on school, 24. 611; on town, 

24. 613. 
in assembly. 17. 146. 186. 266. 269, 

279, 280. 281. 282. 285. 293. 296, 

304. 313, 338. 343. 349. 361. 362. 

364. 368, 369. 363. 364. 366. 366, 

368. 380. 387, 391. 394. 396. 399. 

400. 406. 410, 412. 421. 424; 18: 

23, 226. 228. 247. 250. 268, 311. 312, 
317, 318. 336. 341. 344. 346. 346. 
360. 360. 361. 376. 389. 399. 412, 
429. 440. 443. 444. 446, 469. 470. 
471, %77. 478. 483; 18. 408, 422, 
444, 459. 462. 718. 719. 732, 761, 
763, 768. 761, 762. 770, 773. 776. 
794, 796. 797. 801. 804. 805. 808. 
812, 816. 821, 824. 827, 832, 836; 
28. 6, 7. 14. 16, 21, 31. 38; 21. 
209, 737, 738. 761. 763, 779. 783, 
784. 788. 797. 799. 872, 874. 876. 
882, 888, 890, 896. 897. 907. 913. 
919, 927. 930. 931. 932. 937. 939, 
940, 950. 968. 962, 963, 965. 970. 
978. 996. 999. 1007, 1012. 1013. 1016. 
1021, 1024. 1031. 1032. 1038. 1047, 
1049. 1060. 1066, 1080. 

in conv. 1789, 22. 36. 42. 43, 47, 48, 

60. 
nom. for C. of S.. 18. 188. 312; for 

Judge. 21. 860, 1024. 
on com. of assem., 17. 276. 277. 278. 

284, 290. 291. 303, 317, 358. 361. 

374; 18. 8. 28. 68, 74, 127. 236. 

258. 282. 283. 290. 306. 348. 414. 

416. 
petition and bill in favor of. 18. 8. 

9-10. 13. 16. 21, 22, 26, 30, 33, 34. 66. 
protests, 18. vii. 
quoted. 18. 634. 
trustee Univ.. 26. 22. 
Hay, John, asso. against regulators. 



HAY, JOHN, & CO. 



228 



HAYNES, MARY 



6. 273-4. 
Hay, John, A Co., case of, 16. 215. 
Hay, John, Jr., petition to assembly on 

Dobbs's lands, 16. 201-202. 
Hay, Jos., act for land to, 24. 629-30. 

land grant to, 18. 572. 
Hay, Peter, bailed, 16. 659. 
land to, 16. 260. 
loyalist, 16. 602. 
Hay, Wm., a J. P.. 28. 992. 

case of, 16. 215, 481. 
Hay, Wm., pensioner, 82. 68. 
Haycraft, Mark, army rank, 16. 479. 
Haycraft, Mark, army rank, 16. 1076. 
Haycraft, Mark, in army, 18. 527. 
Haydensen, James, settler, 1. 76. 
Hayes. See Hay, Hays. 
Hayes, Dr., 15. 275. 
Hayes, Lieut., a prisoner. 14. 817. 

petition on separation, 22. 705-10. 
Hayes, Henry, army pay, 17. 217. 
Hayes, Isaac, army rank, 16. 1078. 
Hayes, Jacob, master of the Constant, 

1. 269. 289. 
' ship master, 1. 235. 
Hayes, James, buys and sells C, 1. 

519. 
Hayes, J as., in militia, 22. 358. 
Hayes, John, army pay, 17. 221. 

army rank, 16. 1077. 
Hayes, Jos., ip militia, 22. 332. 
Hayes, Nicholas, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-11. 
Hayes, Robert, army rank. 16. 1079. 
in assem.. 26. 127, 132, 133. 229. 239, 

240, 246. 285. 287, 288, 293, 314. 
nom. for col., 26. 565, 568. 
rank, 16. 72, 576, 608. 
reports on Summers' Company, 16. 
728-729. 
Hayes, Robert, petition on separation, 

22. 705-10. 
Hayes, Samuel, army pay, 17. 220. 
Hayes, Samuel, petition on separation, 

22. 705-11. 
Hayes, Southy, army rank, 16, 1083. 
Hayes, Theo., army rank. 16. 1079. 
Hayes, Thomas, army pay. 17. 216. 
Hayes, Thos., pensioner, 22. 68. 
Hayes. Wm., 26. 98. 
a J. P., 17. 409. 
in assembly, 17. 265, 266. 293. 304. 

354. 359, 365. 366, 368. 
in conv. 1789, 22. 39, 47. 48. 
Hayes (Hays), Chowan Co. (John- 
ston's seat), 11. 366, 453. 640, 711; 
16. 953, 970; 26. 790, 791; 21. 
438, 462, 555. 567. 



Haygood, John, army pay, 17. 219. 

Hay good, Wm., army rank, 16. 1081. 

Hayl. See Hail, Haile, Hale. 

Hayl, Dan, quit rents of, 22. 252. 

Hayler, John, petition on rent, 8. 46-7. 

Hayles, Chapman, pensioner, 22. 68. 

Hayis, John, militiaman, 7. 263. 

Hayls, Martha, militiaman, 7. 263. 

Hay Is, Wm., militiaman, 7. 263. 

Hay man, Hennery, in militia, 22. 346. 

Hay man, Henry, land lapses, 2. 452. 

Hayman, Joseph, army pay, 17. 217. 

Hayman's island, 2. 452. 

Haymer, Roger, land grant to, 4. 59. 

Hayne, FIncher, presented for coun- 
terfeiting, 2. 827. 

Hayne (Haynes), Isaac, 22. 607. 
case cited by Burke, 16. 253. 
effort to recover property of, 16. 

640-641. 
executed, 16. 274; 18. 915. 

Haynes. See Haines, Hains. 

Haynes, , payment to, 22. 441. 

Haynes, Col., escorts prisoners and 
money to, and leaves Phila., 22. 
969, 970. 

Haynes, Dr., petitions on county 
bounds, 8. 633-634. 

Haynes, Alex., wounded, 18. 988. 

Haynes, Bythell, army rank, 16. 1077. 

Haynes, Chrls'r, army rank. 16. 1077. 

Haynes, Eaton, a J. P., 28. 995. 
clerk of ct., 18. 363-364; of North- 
ampton S. C, 16. 140. 
coms'r on navigation, 24. 600; on 

prisoners, 16. 542. 
in Prov. Cong., 16. 515, 523. 
money from. 21. 1064, 1066. 
nom. for C. of S., 18. 185, 188, 311. 

312. 
owes state, 21. 1068. 
to learn to make saltpeter, 16. 537. 
to make arms, 16. 354. 

Haynes, Ed., witness, 7. 739. 

Haynes, Herbert, in assembly, 17. 
635.J05; 18. 148. 168, 208, 215. 

Haynes,' Herbert, suspended, 17. 965, 
968. 

Haynes, J no., army rank, 16. 1072. 

Haynes, Jos., in Prov., Cong., 16. 916; 
on com. Prov. Cong., 16. 917. 

Haynes, Joseph, sentenced for mur- 
der, 8. 427-428. 

Haynes, Margaret, land grant to, 4. 
641. 

Haynes, Mary, marries Waddell, 5. 
xxiv; 8. xliv. 



HAYNES, CAPT. ROGER 229 



HAYWOOD, EGBERT 



Haynes (Hayns), Capt. Roger, 9. zliy. 
a J. P., 8. 418. 

daughter marries Waddell, 6. xziv. 
land grant to, 4. 59; 6. 766. 

Haynea» 8a mM, rum of impressed, 18. 
668. 

Haynes, Thos., on S. C. of Halifax, 8. 
1101. 

Haynes, W., Baptist minister, 6. 1192. 

Haynea, Wm., army rank, 18. 1071. 

Haynea'a, camp at, 8. 672. 

Hayna, Thoa., in militia, 88. 422. 

Haynaworth, RIchd., quit rents of, 88. 
244. 

Haya. See Hay, Hayes. 

Haya. Mr., 18. 947. 

Hays, Enaign, 18. 617. 
in command, 18. 519. 
on court martial, 18. 502. 
on guard, 18. 503, 539. 

Hays, Lieut., rank, 18. 664, 666. 
supplies to, 18. 241. 

Haya, Abraham, exempted, 8. 495. 

Haya, Abraham, in army, 18. 516. 

Haya, Alexander, army pay, 7. 220. 

Hays, Alice, holds negro, 18. 984. 

Hays, David, army pay, 17. 221. 

Haya, David, pensioner, 88. 69. 

Haya, Edmund, pensioner, 88. 68. 

Hays, Geo., in militia, 88. 323. 

Haya, Hugh, school trustee, 84. 876. 

Haya, iaaac, in army, 18. 525. 

Haya, J., in assem., 18. 9. 

Haya, J as., army rank, 18. 1077. 

Hays, James, petition on C. H., 8. 806- 
807. 

Haya, Jamea, petition on separatlpn, 
88. 705-9. 

Haya, Jamea, petition on separation, 
88. 705-11. 

Hays, J no., army rank, 18. 1078. 

Hays, J no., army rank, 18. 1081. 

Hays, J no., army rank, 18. 1083. 

Hays, John, arrested, 18. 873, 964, 965, 
966. 

Haya, John, land grant to, 4. 618, 631. 

Hays, John McNamara, and treat- 
ment of Amer. prisoners, 17. 
627. 

Hays, Jonathan, army pay, 17. 221. 

Hays, Joa., in militia, 88. 358. 

Haya, Joseph, petition against Marri- 
age act, 8. 623-624. 

Haya, Nathaniel, petition on separa- 
tion, 88. 705-11. 

Haya, Patrick, asks pardon for Hamil- 
ton, 8. 39, 84-85; for Hunter, 8. 
86. 



Haya, Peter, feeds wagoners, 10. 854, 

857. 
Haya, Price, forfeits bond, 80. 335. 
Hays, Richard, exempted from taxes, 

18. 833, 923. 926. 
Haya, Robert, and army fraud, 18. 
375. 
army record, 18. 476 
Cont. lieut. 88. 1049. 
colonel, 88. 262, 270, 276, 442, 462. 
enlists troops, 11. 557. 
nom. for colonel, 81. 123, 127. 
officer, 18. 486. 

petiUon, 81. 301. 355, 424, 723. 
school trustee, 84. 751, 
Hays. Robert, land grant to, 4. 352, 

1247. 
Hays, Robert, petition on separation, 

88. 705-11. 
Hays, Robert, recommended for en- 
sign, 11. 574. 
Haya,. Sampaon,. receives pay for 

soldiers, 17. 192, 217, 222. 
Haya, Theophllua, in army, 18. 522. 
Hays, Thoa., army rank, 16. 730; 1^. 

1076. 
Hays, Thomaa, Juror, 4. 522. 
Haya, Wm., army rank, 18. 1084. 
Hays, Wm., Juror, 4. 517. 
Haya, Wm., petition on rent, 8. 46-47. 
Hayse, John, allowance to, 18. 998. 
Hayaey, Wm., asks for new county, 8. 

92. 
Hayti, trade with, 18. 57-58. 
Hayward. See Haywood, Hey ward. 
Hay ward, Capt., on desertions, 7. 630. 
Hayward, James, army pay, 17. 218. 
Hayward, John, land grant to, 4. 1246. 
Hayward, Thoa., a delegate from S. C, 
10. 801. 804. 
debates in C. C, 11. 385. 
Hayward, Capt. Thomas, allowed to 
raise seamen. 8. 549-550. 
commands sloop Martin, 7. 795. 
Haywood. See Hayward, Hey ward. 
Haywood, Mr., 80. 726, 729. 
Haywood, Mr., brigade major. 18. 535. 
Haywood, Mr., in assem., 18. 817. 
Haywood, Mr., in assem., 18. 762. 
Haywood, Benjamin, army pay, 17. 

221. 
Haywood, Edwd., army rank, 18. 1079. 
Haywood, Egbert, a J. P., 88. 994. 
accounts as tobacco inspector. 81. 

97. 
coms*r on boundary, 88. 966; on 

building. 88. 927. 
correspondence with Johnston on 



HAYWOOD, J. 



230 



HAYWOOD, JOHN 



tobacco, 21. 521. 525, 541, 559, 560» 

566, 567. 
deliyers tobaccco, 22. 809. 
in assembly, 12. 265, 368, 380, 399, 

405, 655, 656, 736, 818, 873, 879; 

18. 625. 690, 697. 708, 709, 712, 

717, 721; 19. 372, 374. 377, 379. 
in cony. 1788, 22. 8, 26, 28, 31, 32. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 958. 
major, 10. 205. 
nom. for tobacco buyer, 18. 200-201, 

429, 450, 459. 
on com. of assembly, 12. 301, 658; 

18. 717. 
on S. C. of Halifax, 0. 1101. 
owes state, 21. 1071. 
report as tobacco coms'r, 21. 912. 

916. 
tax collector, 10. 706. 
to buy tobacco, 20. 281, 289, 453, 

472. 
to procure arms, 10. 525. 
tobacco coms'r, 21. 510. 
tobacco sales of, etc., 21. 723, 724. 
Haywood, J., 21. 192. 
Haywood, James, petitions on need of 

money, 7. 866-867. 
Haywood (Hayward, Hey wood), John, 

a J. P., 4. 813, 966. 
agent of Corbin, and charges 

against, 8. 294. 
body dug up by mob, 6. lyii; 8. ix. 
coms'r on building. 28. 255; on for- 
tifications. 28. 293. 
exorbitant fees as entry taker, 6. 

1089, 1090, 1091. 
in assembly, 4. 815, 819, 822, 823, 

828, 830, 840, 855. 864, 903, 905, 

906, 914, 979. 980. 981. 984, 993. 

994, 997, 1000. 1004, 1005, 1006, 

1008, 1011, 1016, 1018, 1023, 1053, 

1056, 1059, 1065, 1066, 1069, 1071. 

1176, 1178, 1323, 1325, 1338. 1343; 

6. 45. 61, 65. 66, 72. 875. 
land grant to. 4. 703. 
on com. of assembly. 4. 816. 817. 

864. 900. 975. 988. 1002. 1012. 1013, 

1052. 1318. 1331, 1340; 6. 39. 54. 

65. 
on com. to examine and compare re- 

yisal. 4. 1000. 1011. 
report on reg't. of. 6. 162; 22. 313. 
suit against noUi-prosequied. 6. 33. 
treasurer. 6. 982. 
Haywood, John, asst. clerk of House 

of CouL, 18. 578. 631. 786; 18. 3. 

301, 610, 612; 17. 267, 635, 714. 

795, 879; 10. 490, 719, 789; 



122; and allowances to, 18. 229; 
18. 235. 382. 385. 386. 388. 389, 
390. 392. 394. 397. 398. 399; 21. 4, 
38. 196, 353, 433. 874. 905. 1046. 
1047. 

asst. sec'y Senate. 12. 3. 549; 18. 
736. 

clerk House of Com., 14. 613; 16. 
206. 207. 208; 17. 78. 

clerk Senate. 16. 534; 18. 3, 224; 
18. 2. 128, 130, 232, 401. 488; 20. 
3, 117; 22. 654, 728, 729, 994, 1008; 
24. 648, 649, 709. 

Journals of quoted, 18. 910. 912. 

money paid with hands of. 18. 910. 
Haywood, John (Judge), defends re- 
gulators. 7. xiy. 

history of Tenn. cited. 10. 883; on 
emigration from regulation troub- 
les. 7. xxxii— xxxiii; 8. 652-654; on 
official extortation. 7. xx. 

Judge for Tenn., 18. yiii. 

nom. for solic. gen., 21. 850, 854, 
858. 860. 1024. 1036. 1044. 

to Caswell on courts and troubles 

in western country and answer, 

18. 663-665. 

Haywood. John, (Treasurer), act to 

make him treasurer. 28. 378-380. 

allowance to. 18. 368, 371; 20. 
292, 293; 21. 412, 413. 415, 435, 
718, 1059. 

and State tobacco, 20. 136, 217, 250, 
267, 274, 318, 452, 453. 456, 457. 

com. to settle accounts of, 18. 164, 
171, 172, 176; 18. 123-124. 

coms'r to buy tobacco, 21. 135. 

deliyers public tobacco, 20. 699. 

extra salary to, 21. 180, 182, 192. 

instruction to as treas. on payment 
of assem. 20. 163. 

payments to as sec'y Board of War, 
12. 611; for Board of War, 17. 
739. 

report as treasurer. 20. 286. 462. 
467; 21. 164-166, 188, 192, 261, 
266, 379-382, 413, 414, 423, 679- 
680, 883, 887. 890, 892, 915, 923; of 
comptroller on accts. of as treas- 
urer, 21. 869-870, 1059-1079; on 
customs receipts. 20. 258. 

representation of. 28. 273. 277. 462. 
463; report on representation of, 
21. 119. 

resolution on accounts, 21. 868. 

sec'y Board of War, 17. 657, 660. 

to Caswell on State tobacco, and 
answer, 18. 567, 568, 576, 577, 579, 



HAYWOOD, JOHN 



231 



HAZELL, JAMES 



580, 585, 586. 603, 624, 623. 637. 

678. 723, 751; 20. 650. 680. 687. 

688. 
treasurer. 18. v. 174. 181. 224. 397. 

413. 444. 446; 20. 207. 225. 388. 

416. 518, 538; 21. 64. 91. 251. 273. 

278. 611. 627. 628, 749. 772. 777, 

927. 934. 
treasury affairs. 20. 548-549. 
Haywood, John, town coms'r. 24. 740. 
Haywoody John, Jr., allowance to, 10. 

137. 138, 139, 231, 247, 249. 
clerk H. C, 22. 994. 
Judge, 20. 100, 103. 
nom. as judge, 17. 413, 415. 
resolves in favor of, 17. 870. 970, 

972. 
Haywood, John, Sr., nom. as tobacco 

coms'r, 17. 413, 416. 
tobacco coms'r, 20. 100, 103. 
trustee Univ., 26. 22. 
Haywood, Robert, debts due by, 8. 

280-281. 
Haywood, Sherwood, a J. P., 28. 993. 
allowance to, 10. 201, 329, 331. 
asst. clerk of senate, 17. 635, 795. 
coms*r on boundary, 28. 968; on 

building. 26. 483. 
clerk S. S., 16. 3, 224; 18. 2, 130, 

401; 20. 3, 303, 477; 21. 728, 731, 

869; 22. 54, 1005; 24. 951. 
debts due by, O. 278-279. 
lieut. col., 10. 205. 
secures land for Ward, 6. 1093. 
Haywood (Hayword), Thos., commun- 
icates instructions from coms'rs 

of admirality on cruiser for N. C, 

7. 784, 785. 
communications on deserting of 

seamen, 7. 534-535. 
Haywood (Hayword), Wm., a J. P., 6. 

340; 28. 993. 
attends council of State, 1 1 . '537. 
building coms'r, 26. 483. 
Caswell to on movements of British, 

11. 584. 

chairman com. of whole, 8. 306; 

8. 456, 476, 875, 876. 
colonel, 8. 298; 10. 205. 

declines to act on Council of State, 

12. 783, 786, 841. 842, 861. 
elected to Council of State, 12. 

25, 27, 562, 569, 570, 667, 670, 

676, 682; 18. 402. 
exorbitant fees as surveyor. 6. 1093. 
fit for Cont. Cong.. 10. zzxv. 
in assembly, 8. 367. 393. 463. 466. 

470, 481, 482, 487. 502, 508. 514. 



662. 663, 673, 801. 821; 7. 304, 310, 
322. 342, 343, 365, 380, 381, 398, 
557, 559, 580, 582, 686. 896, 907, 
917, 933, 950, 959, 973; 8. 106. 107. 
314, 323, 326, 350, 370, 398, 399, 
422, 444, 447, 455; 8. 154, 157, 158, 
170. 171, 172, 173. 178, 223. 410, 
448. 457. 462. 522. 650. 587, 720. 
734, 741. 762. 764. 874. 898, 902. 
903, 930, 962, 1205; 18. 784, 785, 
812, 813, 824. 913. 925. 966. 976, 
980, 982, 1000. 
in council of State, 1<L 1013; 22. 
906. 909, 910, 914, 917. 922, 926, 
929, 931, 932, 947; 11. 363, 364. 
379, 380, 457; 28. 986. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 500, 501. 523, 

914, 915. 
on claims com., 22. 840, 847. 855. 
on com. of assembly, 8. 486, 805, 
817; 7. 297, 346, 553, 570, 571, 897, 
936; 8. 288, 308, 317; 8. 838, 884; 
18. 741, 742, 793, 795, 800, 804, 
806, 916, 928, 929. 
on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. xxiii, 
604, 516, 917, 918, 919, 922, 923, 
948, 951. 
on S. C. of Halifax Dist. 10. 216. 
recommends McCartney. 0. 61-2. 
summoned to the Council, 11. 683. 
to sign bills of credit, 10. 634, 574. 
Tryon to on spirit opposed to en- 
listments in Edgecombe, 8. 702. 
warrant to, 8. 706-707. 
Haywood, Wm., in assem., 18. 380. 
Haywood Co., Baptists in, 6. 1192. 

formed, 6. 1190. 
Haywood Co., Tenn., 22. 120. 
Haywood's church, 6. 1181. 
Hazard, Col., letter of quoted, 11. 433. 
Hazard, Ebenezer, memorial of to 
assem. on post office laws, etc., 
18. 395-396; for certain laws, 12. 
672. 
Hazard, Roger, complaint dismissed, 
2. 611. 
dismissed. 2. 612. 
tried, 2. 443. 
Hazard, Sarah, complaint dismissed, 

2. 612. 
Hazard, The, takes stamps back to 

England, 7. 436. 
Hazel. See Hasel, Hasell, Hassell. 
Hazel, Rev. Mr., rector of St. Thomas. 

8. 391, 529. 
Hazell, Edward, in militia. 17. 1059. 
Hazel I, James, arrears of salary due 
to, 8. 664. 



HAZELL, JAMES 



232 



HEARTT 



Hazelt, James, land grant to, 4. 711- 
712. 762. 

Hazen» Col., pres. of court martial, 18. 
534. 
regiment of ment'd, 16. 95. 

Hazen, Moses, credits of. 16. 355. 

Hazen's Corps, payment to. 16. 354. 

Hazen's Regiment, 16. 669; 17. 570; 
19. 889. 

Hazewood, Griffin, horseman, 16. 509. 

Hazewood, Wm., horseman. 16. 509. 

Hazle, Thos., army rank. 16. 1073. 

Hazlewood j(Haselwood), Mr., 6. 172. 
182. 

Hazzlewig, James, takes oath. 28. 175. 

Head, Geo., takes oath. 88. 172. 

Head, Isaac, asks relief from church 
tax. 9. 95-96. 
petition on who are tithables. 8. 
97-98. 

Head, James, exempted from taxation, 
18. 834. 

Head, John, asks relief from church 
tax. 9. 95-96. 
petition on who are tithables. 9. 
97. 

Head, RIchd., quit rents of. 88. 241. 

Head, RIchd., takes oath. 88. 172. 

Head, Robert, exempted. 6. 818. 

Head,. Thomas,, asks relief from 
church tax, 9. 95-96. 

Head, Thos., petitions. 19. 934. 
petition on who are tithables, 9. 
97. 

Head, Thos., takes oath. 28. 173. 

Head, Wm., ask relief from church 
tax, 9. 95-96. 
petition on who are tithables, 9. 
97-98. 

Head, of negro exposed, 7. 686. 

Head Warrior, The, treats with Frank- 
lin State, 88. 649. 

Headings, act to inspect, 88. 432. 
485, 639-49, 790-801; 84. 580-6, 
658-61; 86. 313-19, 378-87. 499-500. 
bill for inspection of. 6. 505, 508, 
510, 512, 513, 519, 535. 537, 541, 
544. 546. 549, 550. 551. 558. 898. 
1020, 1025. 1026, 1027. 1028, 1029, 
1030. 1036. 1045, 1050, 1052, 1067, 
1068, 1072. 1074. 1075. 1076, 1077, 
1078, 1079; to continue inspection 
act, 6. 844, 847. 863, 866, 879, 880, 
883, 884, 901, 902, 905, 906, 911, 
934. 936. 950-951. 954. 

Headly, » 11. 323. j 

Headpath, Ozinben, petition on C. H.. i 
9. .806-807. 



Head rick, Peter, pensioner. 88. 70. 
Head right, J no., army rank. 16. 1082. 
Headwrlght, John, army pay, 17. 216. 
Heady, Daniel, and Son, payment to, 

88. 457. 
Heal, Ellsha, army rank. 16. 1080. 
Heals, Zacharlah, in militia, 88. 343. 
Health, act on, 88. 651-4. 

See also Diseases. Quarantine. 
Healy, Wm., asks exemption, 4. 497. 
Heank, (parole). 6. 606. 
Heans, James, army pay. 17. 217. 
Hear, Mr., 8. 273. 
Heard, Chas., in militia, 88. 412. 
Heard, Charles, land grant to, 4. 962, 

1242. 
Heard, Lake, army pay, 17. 218. 
Heard, Micajah, in militia. 17. 1058. 
Heard. Nathaniel, 9. 1233. 
Hearn, Armwell, 11. 753. 
Hearn, Benj., army rank. 16. 1080. 
Hearn, Jas., army rank. 16. 1080. 
Hearn, John, army pay, 17. 221* 
Hearn, Michael, petition, 19. 618, 622, 

647. 648. 651. 
town coms'r, 84. 740. 
Hearndon, Benj., a J. P., 83. 994. 
Hearndon, James, Indicted as regula- 

lator. 6. 532. 
Hearne, Ebenezer, pensioner, 88. 70. 
Hearney, Thos., commissioner 

of Indian trade. 3. 414. 
Hearn's Bridge, Br. move to, 88. 593. 
Hearny, Thos., a J. P., 4. 813. 
Hearon (Heron), Capt., 16. 639; 17. 

139. 
roster of Co.. 16. 1006. 1033. 1045, 

1067, 1079. 1092, 1116. 1147. 1159. 

1172. 
Hearon (Heron?). Capt., 88. 592. 
Hearon, Jas., gun impressed. 88. 414. 
Hearson, Capt., 17. 143. 
Hearst, Samuel, imports persons. 1. 

494. 
Heart. See Hart, Heartt. 
Heart, Barn urn, petitions for Tyson 

16. 580-581. 
Heart, David, commends Jones. 6. 

23. 

Heart, Wm., petitions for Tyson, 6. 

580-581. 
Heart of Oak, a privateer, 10. 637. 
Heart of Oak, sloop, 13. 354, 355. 
arrives, 11. 759. 
brings in goods, 88. 744. 
Heartgrave, Francis, co. coms'r, 84. 

178. 
Heartt. See Hart, Heart. 



HEARTT, JOHN 



233 



HEDFORD, WM. 



Heartt, John, town coms'r, 26. 248. 

Heat, Nathaniel, quit rents of, 22.- 247. 

Heat, in Newbem, 7. 154. 

Heath, Mr^ 6. 747. 

Heath, Col., position of regt. in army, 

12. 508. 
Heath, Gen., 11. 383; 14. 331. 
captures prisoners in R. I., 13. 263. 
location, 14. 563. 
Heath, Benoin, juror, 4. 520. 
Heath, Henry, in militia, 22. 324. 
Heath, James, house of, 2. 802. 
Heath, James, house of, 2. 802. 
Heath, J no., in militia, 22. 324. 
Heath, J no., juror, 4. 520. 
Heath, John, land grant to, 4. 1244. 
Heath, Matthew, army pay, 17. 219. 
Heath, Nehemiah, juror, 4. 520. 
Heath, Robt, in miliUa, 22. 334. 
Heath, Robert, juror, 26. 188. 
Heath, Sir Robert, allowed to take 
goods to Carolina, 1. 10. 
attorney general of England, 1. 5. 
charter to, 1. 5-13, 52-53, 519; re- 
voked, 1. 42-43. 
Duke of Norfolk claims C. under 

charter to, 1. 34-35-36. 
interpretation of courts to favor, 1. 

13. 
military powers, 1. 10. 
powers, 1. 8-12; over rebellion, 1. 
11; to confer special favors, 1. 11; 
to make laws, 1. 8-9. 
right to import goods into England, 

1. 12. 
to lead out colony, 1. 6. 
to make payment for Carolina, 1.7. 
Heath, Thos., assault on, 2. 557, 585. 
Heath, Thos., court martialed, 22. 

956. 
Heath, Thos., in militia, 17. 1061. 
Heath, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 256. 
Heath, W., signs address of officers to 
Washington and his answer, 16. 
828-832. 
Heath, Wm., advertises for horse, 12. 
473. 
allowance to for horse, 10. 575. 
army rank, 16. 1084. 
brought before Prov. Cong., 10. 

954. 
case of referred to com. of inquiry, 

10. 974, 977. 
committed for Toryism, 10. 955. 
to be allowed to return to Wilming- 
ton, 22. 908. 
Heath, Wm., pay to, 22. 495. 
Heathcoat, Col., Urmston sends bill 



of exchange to, 2. 417. 
Heathcock, Aaron, army rank, 16. 

1080. 
Heathcock, James, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Heathcote, Caleb, to Lord Townsend 
on the French and the Indian 
wars, 2. 190-191. 
Heathen, admitted to C, 1. 203. 
danger of increase in, 1. 572. 
Moravian society for propagating 

gospel among, 6. 1156. 
number. 4. 604. 
Heathefson, John, pay to, 22. 485, 488. 
Heath's Plantations, 2. 802. 
Heaton, Amos., act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 
land grant to, 16. 572. 
Heaton, Henry, land grant asked, 4. 

1045; grant to, 4. 703, 759. 
Heaton's Lick, 26. 32. 
Heave Away Boys Shoal, 26. 194. 
Heays, John, land grant to, 4. 636. 
Hebburn, Lieut., dead, 16. 757. 
Hebrew Language, 6. 487; 26. 519(/. 
Hebrew Psalter, 2. 584. 
Hebron, Va., 6. 1201. 
Hebron Lutheran church, 8. 776. 
Heck, Samuel, a J. P., 6. 61. 
Heckerman^ Systema S. S. Theologlca, 

2. 584. 
Heckey, Henry, petition on separation, 

22. 705-12. 
Hecklefield, Elizabeth, witness, 2. 98. 
Hecklefield (Hacklefield, Heckenfele), 
Capt. John, 23. 73. 
administrator, 1. 551, 625. 
assembly meets at house of, 1. iii, 

697. 
council held at house of, 1. 855-857; 
2. 69-73, 123-125, 129-130, 139-142, 
146-147, 296-297. 
court at house of, 1. 566-568, 583- 

596; 2. 3, 98. 
female servant of, 1. 576. 
general court at house of, 2. 148- 

150. 
gives power of attorney, 1. 583. 
law suit, 1. 576, 593. 
petition of servant against, 1. 579. 
proves account, 1. 623. 
to make rent roll, 2. 35. 
vestryman, 2. 208; 23. 7. 
Heckwaelder, Christian, asks relief 

from oath, 6. 1153-1154. 
Heddleburgh, Christopher, land grant 

to, 4. 222. 
Heddy, Ellsha, ensign, 10. 937. 
Hedford, Wm., in militia, 22. 453. 



HEDGEBETH, CARTER 



234 HELMSTAEDT MIS. SOC. 



Hedgebeth, Carter, asks relief from 
church tax, 9. 95-96. 
petition on who are tithables, 9. 97. 

Hedgecock Creek, 10. 125. 

Hedgeman. Hedgman. 

Hedgeman, George, army pay, 17. 221. 
army rank, 16. 1085. 

Hedgeman, Lewis, army pay, 17. 221. 

Hedgepeth. See Hedgpeth, Hedspeth. 

Hedgepeth, Abraham, pensioner, 22. 
70. 

Hedgepeth, Stephen, army pay, 17. 
221. 

Hedgepeth, Wm., army pay, 17. 220. 

Hedges, Sir Charles, appoints ad- 
miralty officers, 1. 491. 
letter on quo warranto matter 

ment'd, 1. 641. 
on C. affairs, 1. 634. 

Hedges, act against putting in rivers, 
23. 909-10. 

Hedgman. See Hedgeman. 

Hedgman, Lewis, army rank, 16. 1085. 

Hedgman, Nath., in militia, 22. 340. 

Hedgpeth. See Hedgepeth, Heds- 
peth. 

Hedgpeth, Abm., army rank, 16. 1084. 

Hedgpeth, Carter, in militia, 22. 379. 

Hedgpeth, Giles, in militia, 

Hedgpeth, John, In militia, 

Hedgpeth, Osborn, in militia, 
376. 

Hedgepeth, , killed, 14< 

782. 

Hedreck, Andrew, 8. 753. 

Hedrick, Francis, fined, 22. 512, 513. 

Hedrick, M. L., pastor of German Re- 
formed churches, 8. 742. 

Hedrick, Peter, lleut., 10. 320. 

Hedrick, Philip, forms classis, 8. 757. 

Hedrick family, 8. 741, 742. 

Hedspeth. See Hedgepeth, Hedg- 
peth. 

Hedspeth, Giles, Juror, 22. 502, 503, 
505, 507, 508, 510. 

Hedspeth, Jno., army rank, 16. 1082, 

Hedspeth, Marmaduke,. army rank, 
16. 1072. 

Hedspeth, Marmaduke, in army, 16. 
721. 

Hedspeth, Peter, army rank, 16. 1083. 

Hees, Wm., resurvey to, 6. 764. 

Heffien, Charles, In militia, 22. 162. 

Hefflen, James, in militia, 22. 161. 

Heffien, John, in militia, 22. 161. 

Hefflen, Wm., in militia, 22. 161. 

Heger, Geo., in militia, 22. 281. 

Heger, Wm^ in miliUa, 22. 281. 



379. 
495. 
. 3o6, 

667, 



Hegglns, Mich., land grant to, 4. 336. 

Hegier family, 8. 745. 

Heidelberg's Ferry, quit rents paid at, 

26. 218. 
Heidelburg Catechism, 8. 731. 
Heidelburg (Heldleburgh), Christian, 

a J. P., 4. 46. 
assault on, 2. 590, 594. 
tried for swearing, 2. 443. 
Heidelburg, Jnc, in militia, 22. 339. 
Heigh. See Heith, Hiegh, High. 
Heigh, Jas., in militia, 22. 350. 
Heigh (Heighe), Samuel, sheriff, 4. 

681, 1182. 
See also Heith. 
Heighe, Capt., in militia, 22. 313. 
Heilman family, 8. 747. 
Heimberg, F., army pay, 17. 218. 
Heimburg, Federick, army record, 13. 

475. 
Heinslus (Henry), Daniel, Exerta- 

siones Sacrae, etc., 2. 583. 
Heirn, Benjamin, army pay, 17. 217. 
Heith. See Heigh, Heighe, High. 
Heith, Eborn, in militia, 22. 422. 
Heith, (Heighe) Samuel, dead, 22. 

345, 350. 
See also Heigh, Hiegh, High. 
Helderman, Nich., army rank, 16. 

1082. 

Helfenstein, ^ a patriot, 8. 733. 

Helier, Anne, 17. 43. 
claims land, 16. 505. 
Hell of a Hole, Urmston's characteri- 
zation of N. C, 2. 417. 
Heller, Rev. C. B., pastor of German 

Reformed church, 8. 745. 
Heiler, Richard, land grant to 4. 56, 

59, 218, 628. 
Heiley, Richard, land grant to, 4. 1248. 
Heligate, N. Y., batteries to be erected 

near, 10. 431. 
Heilier, Richard, land grant asked for, 

4. 596. 
Hellstedt, Chas., to Martin on appt. as 

consul, 17. 600-1. 
Helm, John, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Helmes, George, land grant to, 4. 

965. 
Helms, Jonathan, regulator, 8. 79. 
Helms, Tilmon, regulator, 8. 79. 
Helms, Youn, regulator, 7. 809. 
Helmstaedt, Brunswick, 8. 765, 766. 
Helmstaedt Catechism, description of 

8. 765. 
Helmstaedt Mission Society, 8. 772. 
sends missionary to N. C, 8. 765, 



HELMSTAEDT REPORTS 235 



HENDERSON, DAVID 



766. 



767, 



Helmstaedt Reports, cited, 8 

772. 
Helmuth, Rev. Mr., 8. 777. 
Heitzheimer, Mr., 16. 694. 
Member, Thoe., payments by estate of, 

6. 972. 
Hembree, Abraham, pensioner, 22. 

68. 
Hembree, David, in militia, 22. 365. 
Hembree, Jaa., in militia, 22. 365. 
Hembro, Farmer, petitions on roads 

and ferries, 6. 164-166. 
Nembry, Jaa., in militia, 22. 376. 

Hemp., 3. 338. 
act to inspect 23. 639-49, 741-4, 768- 

9, 790-801; to put in rated list, 26. 

205-206; to encourage cultivation 

of, 23. 613-4, 649. 
bill for inspection of, 7. 560, 562, 

564, 587, 593, 595, 598, 623. 900, 

904, 907, 921, 944, 947, 951, 959, 

970, 977; to encourage raising of, 

6. 856, 863, 922, 934, 942, 1096, 

1101, 1108, 1111, 1144, 1159. 1160. 

1169, 1181, 1183, 1186, 1293; to re- 
peal act on, 7. 598, 601, 603, 607, 

632, 636, 637, 640. 
bounty on, 6. 1237; on expert of 

needed, 6. 1090, 1154; in S. C, 6. 

559. 
Collins to Hamilton on, 22. 802. 
culture should be encouraged, 6. 

839; 9. 911; in S. C, 11. 225. 
exported from Cape Fear, 6. 1030; 

should be encouraged, 6. 449. 473, 

477. 
made a rated commodity, 4. 292-3. 
petition for inspection of in Hills- 

boro, 8. 80a. 
premium on, 6. xlii; considered, 6. 

1219, 1261. 
report on, 4. 6. 
to be cultivated, 4. 156. 
to be received for taxes, 23. 782; 

for quit rents, 4. 205. 
Hemp Notes, issued, 23. 742-3. 
Hemphill, Jamea, to bring suit, 16. 

310. 
Hemphill, Thoa., holds mare and colt, 

12. 764. 
Hempstead, Joahua, commands the 

Pa. Farmer, and to cruise, 10. 

875, 878. 
to Caswell recommending Turner, 

11. 506. 
Hemton. See Hampton. 
Hemton, And., in militia, 22. 251. 



Hen bey. See Henby, Hendby. 
Henbey, Judey, buys land, 1. 523. 
Henby, Jaa., gun impressed, 22. 414. 
Henby, John, land grant to, 4. 591. 
Hencock. See Hancock, Handcock. 
Henoock, Indian Chief, see Hancock. 
Hencock, Jamea, patroler, 10. 63. 
Hencock, John, law suit, 1. 452. 
Hencock, Stephen, heir of, 1. 452. 
Hencock, Wm., law suit, 1. 430. 
Hencock Town, or Catechna, 1. 927, 
938. 

See also Contentney. 
Hendby. See Henbey, Henby. 
Hendby, Jamea Dunbar, asks for new 
county, 9. 90. 

Hendel, ^ a patriot, 6. 733. 

Henderson, f 20. 757. 

Henderson, , taxable, 16. 191. 

Henderson, Miaa, 16. 672; 19. 892. 
Henderson Mr., 16. 672; 19. 892. 

offers cattle to gov't, 16. 64. 

witness, 20. 322, 323. 
Henderson, Mr., on com. of defence, 

22. 722. 
Henderson, Mr., 16. 672; 19. 892. 
Henderson, Capt., 2. 276. 
Henderaon, Capt., 16. 780. 

ordered on forage duty, 16. 781. 
Henderaon, Col., 16. 186, 571. - 

better, 16. 77. 

prisoner, 16. 393. 

recommended to Board of War, 16. 
152. 
Henderson, Lleut-Col., attacks Br., 14. 
803. 

in battle of Stono, 14. 312-313. 

wounded, 16. 638. 
Henderaon, Andrew, exempted, 6. 

1194. 
Henderaon, Arch'd, army rank, 13. 
523; 16. 1079. 

owes State, 21. 1067. 
Henderson, Argulua, regulator, 7. 736. 
Henderaon, Dan, quit rents of, 22. 

241. 
Henderson, David, 1. 728. 

appraiser, 2. 43, 44. 

asks for lapse patent, 2. 606. 

canoe stolen from landing of, 2. 
717. 

helps hire minister, 1. 616. 

juror, 2. 477. 

to divide estate, 2. 250. 

vestryman, 2. 12, 151. 
Henderson, David, quit rents of, 
245. 



HENDERSON, DAVID 



236 HENDERSON, RICHARD 



HenderBORy Davids trouble over prop- 
erty, 4. 225. 

Henderson, David, witness, 2. 42. 

Henderson, David, witnesses will, 22. 
294, 295. 

Henderson, Capt. David, 22. 291, 294. 

Henderson, George, gives trouble ov- 
er estate, 4. 225. \ 

Henderson, George, quit rents of, 22. 
241. 

Henderson, Herndon, lieut., 17. 966. 

Henderson, James, army pay, 17. 218. 

Henderson, James, in militia, 22. 339 

Henderson, James, in militia, 22. 399. 

Henderson, James, makes affidavit on 
Toryism of Moore, 16. 687, 689. 

Henderson, James, pensioner, 22. 70. 

Henderson, James, petition on county 
bounds; 9. 633-5. 

Henderson, James, taxable, 16. 191. 

Henderson, James, to leave county, 
11. 553-4. 

Henderson, James, voter, 16. 237. 

Henderson, John, 9. 363. 

Henderson, John, army pay, 17. 220. 

Henderson, John, brought before 
Prov. Cong, over estate of Als- 
ton, 10. 503, 507-8, 514, 519, 552, 
553. 
gives security, 10. 796. 
waits on Caswell, 11. 635. 

Henderson, John, in militia, 22. 399. 

Henderson, John, pay £b, 22. 496. 

Henderson, John, regulator, 7. 733. 

Henderson, Joseph, petition on divis- 
ion of Orange Co., 9. 809. 

Henderson, lyAichael, captain, 16. 
945, 949. 
deposed as ranger, 10. 690. 
provisions furnished to, 13. 906, 998. 

Henderson, Nathaniel, witness, 8. 
468; 9. 757; 22. 844. 
collector, 24. 831. 
entry taker for Transylvania, 10. 

383. 
in assem., 20. 124, 125, 168, 169, 180, 
229, 238, 240, 246, 275, 285, 287, 
288, 300, 308. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 47, 48. 
rescues horse, 16. 617. 

Henderson, Nath., in militia, 22. 371. 

Henderson, Nath., regulator, 7. 734. 

Henderson, Nathaniel, regulator, 7. 
736. 

Henderson, P., 21. 192. 

Henderson, P., quoted on tobacco, 22. 
602. 

Henderson, Pleasant, 22. 155, 156, 157. 



allowance to, 19. 700-701, 705. 
clerk, 18. 6. 10, 231, 238, 385, 430, 

476; of assembly, 20. 123, 125, 

305, 306, 480, 483; 21. 7, 15, 200, 

202, 433, 733, 735, 875, 882, 1047; 

of com. on army accounts, 23. 

163, 206; of Council of State, 19. 

855, 868, 869, 875. 
com'r on boundary, 24. 866. 
major, 17. vil. 693, 772, 776. 
memorial on R. Henderson, 16. 15, 

48, 55, 242, 248, 287. 
owes State, 21. 1068. 
petition, 20. 202, 380, 382. 
private secretary to Martin, 

425. 
resigns as lieut, 19. 568. 
revolutionary services of, 22 

131. 
Henderson (Herndon), Richard, 7. xx, 

826; 8. 280; 9. 680, 1024, 1117; 16. 

383; 13. 50, 52; 16. 193, 222; 16. 

939; 22. 495. 
act to vest lands in, 24. 530-1, 640, 

991. 
agent for Transylvania Co., 10. 257. 
allowance to, 22. 861. 
and Virginia boundary, 14. 191. 
arrives in Hillsboro, 8. 613. 
asso. Justice, 7. 680, 691, 697. 
at meeting of Transylvania Proprie- 

, of same, 10. 256- 



16. 



128- 



tors and c 

261. 
atty for Ki 
bill to ame 



7. 521. 

act vesting land in, 

20. 530, /58, 576; 21. 55, 76, 85, 

116. 118. 
boundary koms*T, 24. 223. 
bounds aacording to deed, 6. 1276. 
buys Transylvania, 18. 151-152. 
Caswell ^o on additional guards 

for YbL boundary survey, 14. 193 

194; qn grant to Yancey, 14. 81 

82. 
certifiei^ to personal danger at Hills 

boroict., 8. 538-539. 
claims/allowed, 6. 132, 209, 210, 213 

214,/ 220; for witnesses not al 

lowed, 6. 196. 
declines to act on Council of State 

12. 783, 786, 841. 842, 851; 

947. 
denounced by regulators, 8. 519. 
distrusted by regulators, 6. 534. 
draws contract with people 

Transylvania, 6. 1276-1278. 
Dunmore issues proc. against, 

1169-1170. 



of 



HENDERSON, RICHARD 237 HENDERSON, RICHARD 



Fanning indicted before, 8. 225. 

given temporary commission as 
Judge, 12. 821. 

heips get out miiitia, 22. 594. 

history. 7. 697. 

Hogg to on reception of Transyl- 
vania in Cont. Cong., 10. 373-376. 

in assembly, 17. 877, 878, 897, 922, 
927, 936, 946, 947, 948, 953, 963; 
19. 391; C. of S., 12. 562, 569, 
570, 668, 670, 676, 682; 13. 402; 
16. 90, 95; 19. 57, 59, 185, 311, 
312. 

judge, 12. 784, 786, 790, 851. 

land purchases of discussed, 9. 1175- 
1176. 

letter on regulators ment'd, 8. 307. 

line coms'r, 23. 547. 

Martin's proclamation against 
Transylvania purchase, 9. 1122- 
1125; reports on progress of set- 
tlement of, 10. 246. 

memorial and bill on Transylvania, 
19. 164, 169, 178, 179, 186, 192, 
196, 197, 200, 201, 208, 213, 214. 
283, 287, 288, 301, 308, 320, 324, 
325, 326, 327, 329, 330. 339, 342, 
344. 347, 351, 354. 

memorial on estate of, 16. 15, 48, 
55. 242. 248, 287. 

militia colonel, 22. 162. 

money from, 21. 1066. 

nom. as delegate to C. C, 12. 625; 
as judge, 13. 755. 808; as member 
of Bd. of War, 14. 459; for C. of 
S., 17. 810. 894. 

on com. of assembly, 17. 797, 799, 
812, 829, 831, 837, 861, 870, 884, 
885, 895, 916, 921. 922, 929, 938, 
946, 961, 969, 970. 

on "regulators. 7. xxv. 

on Virginia boundary survey, 18. 
358. 

opinion on case of regulators, 9. 
334-335. 

payment to for Va. boundary sur- 
vey, 17. 396, 401. 

petition of, 603, 605, 631, 639; on 
C. H., 14. 806-807; petition to 
ment'd, 8. xxz; from Orange Co. 
on juries and illegal taxes and 
fees, 8. 231-234. 

presides at Hillsboro ct.. 9. 184; and 
escapes from regulators, 8. 235; 
at Salisbury ct., 7. 838; 9. 227- 
228; at trial of regulators, 7. 842- 

. 847; 8. 528-530. 

proc. of Dunmore against, 9. 1243. 



prosecutes Person, 8. 449.^ 

purchase of Translyvania criticised, 
9. 1159; ment'd, 10. 763. 768, 772, 
782. 

report on Hillsboro riots ment'd, 
8. 679; on losses by fire, 8. 258- 
260; on movement of regulators, 
8. 687. 

resigns as judge, 22. 950. 

resolve in favor of heirs, 20. 92. 

runs away from. Hillsboro, 9. 245. 
248. 

school trustee. 13. 809. 

settles Transylvania, 10. 259. 

should attend Hillsboro ct. 9. 695. 

sick. 8. 694, 695. 

signs laws of Transylvania, 9. 1278- 
1279. 

size of purchase, 10. 323, 324. 

speeches to Legislature of Tran- 
sylvania, and answer, 9. 1268- 
1273. 1275-1276. 

Stuart on Transylvania. 9. 1173. 

summoned to Hillsboro ct. and sub- 
sequent orders, 8. 712. 713; to 
trial of regulators, 8. 680-681. 

threatened by regulators. 8. 245. 
251. 257, 273. 

to Bennehan on small pox, etc.. 9. 
328. 

to Burke on case of Bryan, 16. 
523; 22. 614. 

to Caswell on Va. boundary dispute. 
14. 353-355; on tenU for Va. 
boundary survey, 14. 195-196; on 
Va. boundary and answer. 14. 
121-125. 139-140. 144, 147. 

to pay costs of witness in T. Per- 
son's trial, 8. 467-468. 

to Penn. (?) on public affairs, 14. 
266-268. 

to survey land for Proprietors, 10. 
260. 

to Tryon on counterfeiting. 6. 539- 
540; on regulator riot in Hills- 
boro. 8. 241-249, 251. 

to Williams (Judge John) on Tran- 
sylvania, etc., 13. 490-494. 

Tryon on resolves against in Person 
matter, 8. 524-525; on calling out 
troops for defence of Legislature, 
6. 688; on Hillsboro riots, 6. 
678. 

vestryman, 23. 497. 

warrant to. 8. 706-7. 

witness and swears in Frobock, 9. 
19. 



HENDERSON, RICHARD 238 



HENDRICK 



Henderson, Richard, regulator, 7. 

734. 
Henderson, Richard, and Company, 
20. 583. 
buy Transylvania, 11. 606. 
memorial and bill, 19. 523, 527, 570. 
603, 605, 613-14. 615, 641. 651, 688, 
703. 
proposals of for settlement of Tran- 
sylvania, 9. 1129-31. 
See also Henderson; Richard. 
Henderson, Robert, army rank, 16. 

1084. 
Henderson, Samuel, 22. 637. 640, 642. 
Henderson, Samuel, a J. P., 6. 591; 6. 

343. 
Henderson, Samuel, appointment ask- 
ed for, 14. 124-125; at Council on 
Tories, 16. 123-124. 
boundary coms'r, 14. 139-140, 144, 

145, 146, 147; 24. 745, 798. 
commissary to Va. boundary com- 
missioners, 14. 318. 
in Leg. of Transylvania, 9. 1267, 

1271, 1273, 1274. 
instructions to on Franklin State, 

etc., 19. 937-938, 940. 
major, 17. 601, 623. 
owes SUte, 21. 1070. 
petition on C. H., 9. 806-808. 
road coms*r, 28. 919. 
tax collector, 19. 706. 
Henderson, Samuel, land grant asked, 

4. 708. 
Henderson, SamM, pay to, 22. 485, 

490. 
Henderson, Samuel, Jr., pay to, 22. 

490. 
Henderson, Shad rick, 21. 420. 
Henderson, Simon, army pay, 17. 218. 
Henderson, Thos., act for town on 
lands of, 24. 779-80. 
building comsY, 24. 746. 
clerk, 9. 298. 

in Prov. Cong., 16. 165, 167, 172. 
petiUon on C. H., 9. 806-8. 
protests against regulators, 6. 273- 

274. 
reports on losses by fire, 8. 258- 

260. 
to Caswell on balloting troubles in 
Guilford Co., 13. 446-447; on li- 
cences, etc., 11. 635. 
witness, 6. 196. 
Henderson, Thos., in N. J. assem., 16. 

842, 843. 
Henderson, Thos., juror, 26. 189. 
Henderson, Thos., lieut, 16. 518. 



owes State, 21. 1068. 
petition on C. H.. 9. 806-809. 
taxable, 16. 191. 
voter, 16. 237, 238. 

Henderson, Thos., to raise militia, 
716. 

Henderson, Wm., 22. 129. 

Henderson, Wm., gets grant surrepti- 
tiously, 4. 959-960. 
land grant, 4. 333, 595, 761, 892, 

947; 6. 657. 
rights proved, 4. 594. 

Henderson, Wm., in militia, 22. 399. 

Henderson, Wm., regulator, 7. 734. 

Henderson, Zacharlah, petitions for 
division of Orange Co., 6. 809. 

Henderson Co., N. C, 1. 986. 
BaptisU in, 6. 1192. 

Henderson District, Granville Co., 
tax payers in, 26. 1271-1272. 

Henderson River, 16. 710. 

Henderson's Company (Transylvania), 
16. 959. 

Henderson's Va. boundary line, 21. 
350-351. 

Hendie, Mr., 9. 1064. 

H end ley. See also Henley, Henly. 

Hendley, Daniel, army pay, 17. 220. 

H end ley, James, receives clothing, 16. 
619. 

Hendley (Henly, Hinly), Jesse, in as- 
sembly, 26. 176. 206, 302, 303, 
328. 348, 350, 369, 372, 378, 380, 
386, 390, 416, 426, 427, 431, 434, 
437; 21. 927. 
town coms'r, 24. 987. 

Hendley, Tom, army pay, 17. 219. 

Hendley, Wm., in militia, 22. 161. 

Hendly, Darby, in militia, 22. 450. 

Hendly, Darby, protests against reg- 
utators, 8. 273-275. 

Hendly, David, in assembly, 9. 968. 

Hendly, Edm'd, in militia, 22. 450. 

Hendly, Edmund, protests against 
regulators, 8. 273-5. 

Hendly, James Dunbar, protests 
against regulators, 8. 273-275. 

Hendly, J no., in militia, 22. 451. 

Hendor (Henden), Isham, militiaman, 
9. 344, 689. 

Hendrey. See Hendrie, Hendry. 

Hendrey, George, regulator, 7. 735. 
draws petition of regulators, 7. 
758-767. 

Hendrey, Thos., Jr., regulator, 7. 735. 

Hendrey, Thomas, Sr., regulator, 7. 
735. 

Hendrlck. See Hendrix. 



HENDRICK, ALBERT 



239 



HENLOCK, MRS. 



Hendrick, Albert, army rank, 16. 1081. 
Hendricky Benjamin, asks relief from 

church tax, 9. 9&-96. 
Hendrick, Dan, quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Hendrick, Francis, attorney. 1. 434. 
juror, 1. 406, 407, 409, 445, 447; 2. 

80. 
law suit, 1. 432. 

proves power of attorney, 1. 432. 
Hendrick, James, land grant to, 4. 

703. 
Hendrick, Peter, lieut, 10. 937. 
Hendrick, Samuel, army rank, 16. 

1084. 
Hendricks, Col., wounded, 11. 782. 
Hendricks, Albeit, army pay, 17. 221. 
Hendricks, Benjamin, petition on who 

are tithables, O. 97. 
Hendricks, Jas., petitions, 10. 927. 
Hendricks, John, land of lapses, 2. 

317. 
Hendricks, John, petitions, 10. 927. 
Hendricks, Thomas, army pay, 17. 

220. 
army rank, 16. 724; 16. 1079. 
Hendrlck's Creek, 2. 488. 

inspection at, 26. 313, 379. 
Hendrlck's Mill, Tory rendezvous, 

183. 
Hendrlckson, Abraham, in militia, 

353. 
Hendrlckson, Isaac, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hendrie. See Hendrey, Hendry. 
Hendrie, Mulr and Co., estimate on 

transportation, 16. 539. 
supply N. C. line, 16. 486. 
Hendrie, Mr., regulator, 7. 826. 
Hendrie, Wm., bill to vest land in, 

10. 548, 551, 556, 558, 566, 683. 
Hendrlx. See Hendricks. 
Hendrix, Lolo, juror, 4. 518. 
Hendron, Samuel, petitions for divis- 
ion of Orange Co., O. 809-810. 
Hendry. See Hendrie, Hendrey. 
Hendry, George, repudiates regula- 
tion to Tryon, 7. 816-817. 
submits to gov., 7. 927. 
Hendry, Henry, land grant to, 4. 

1238. 
county clerk, 5. 320. 
Hendry, John, petition, 21. 812, 839, 

977, 980, 1012-1013. 
Hendry, John Hawnson, 24. 646. 
Hendry, Thos., deposition on Illegal 

fees, 7. 779. 
Hendry, Wm., in miliUa, 22. 281. 
Hendry, Wm., petition, 21. 977, 980, 

1012-13. 



Henegan, Jos., petitions for relief be- 
cause of wound, 5. 894, 896-897, 
901. 
Henepin, P., an authority on America, 

1. 978. 
Henery, David, grant to, 4. 631. 
Henesey, David, road coms'r, 26. 264. 
Henesey, John, in militia, 22. 275. 
Hening's Statutes of Va., quoted, 1. 

17, 261-2. 628; 2. 835-6. 
Henkel, Rev. David, 8. 782. 
licensed, 8. 778. 
work in N. C, 8. 781. 
Henkel,. Rev. Paul, 6. 772, 773. 
attends N. C. Synod, 8. 773. 
helps organize Tenn. Synod, 8. 782. 
pastor of Lutheran churches, 8. 

774. 
quoted on condition of Lutheran 
Church in N. C, 8. 773-4. 
Henkel, Rev. Philip, licensed, 6. 775. 
helps organize Tenn. Synod, 8. 782. 
missionary report by, 8. 777. 
pastor of Lutheran churches, 8. 

772. 
pastorates, 8. 776. 
work, 8. 774. 775, 776, 781. 
Henley. See Hendley, Henly. 
Henley, Capt., fights Fanning, 16. 

211. 
Henley, Darby, witness, O. 532. 
Henley, Elizabeth, marries, 1. 813. 
Henley, Jeffe, in Conv. 1788, 22. 8, 

32, 33, 35. 
Henley, Jesse, in militia, 22. 354. 
Henley, John, protests against regu- 
lators, 6. 273-4. 
Henley, J no., quit rents of, 22. 252. 
Henley, John, witness, 8. 532. 
Henley, Patrick, arrested, 1. 409. 
Henley, Peter, chief justice, 6. 408- 
404, 483, 484, 486; 8. 275; 11. 
124; commissioned, 5. 444-445. 
claims of executor allowed, 8. 740. 
conference with Catawbas ment'd, 

6. 651. 
dead. 6. 963, 989, 991 ; 6. 58, 173, 804, 

327, 620; 11. 133. 
good example set by, 6. 173, 174, 

186-187. 
holds correspondence with Cataw- 
bas, 6. xxvii. 
recommended for Council, 6. 947. 
report on conference with Cataw- 
bas, 6. 579-584, 585. 
Henley, Sarah, law suits, 1. 447, 451, 

452, 453, 455. 
Henlock, Mrs. '16. 156. 



HENLOPEN CAPE 



240 



HEN RY, PATRICK 



Henlopen (Len Lopen) Cape, 1. 441; 

6. 317, 572; 6. 1030. 
Heniy. See Hendley, Henley. 
Henly, Mr., 11. 13. 
Heniy, Darby, asks for new county, 9. 
89. 
protests against regulators, 6. 273-5. 
witness, 8. 399; 22. 428. 
Henly, J as. D., in militia, 22. 453. 
Henly, John, land grant to, 4. 590. 
Henly, John, complains of impress- 
ment, 10. 785-786. 
Henly, J no., witness, 22. 428. 
Henly (Henley) Patrick, Juror, 1. 392, 
397, 399. 433, 434. 
law suit, 1. 387, 415-416, 418, 420, 
421, 423, 427-428. 435, 437, 447, 451, 
452-3. 454, 455. 
petitions, 1. 405. 
power of attorney to, 1. 450. 
sues, 1. 410. 
to appraise land, 1. 399. 
Henly, Peter, asks for new county, 9. 

92. 
Henman, Mr., 2. 289. 
Henman, Thomas, asks for lapse pat- 
ent, 2. 353. 
attorney, 2. 370, 402-3. 
Henmant, John, quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Hennard, John, land grant to, 4. 710, 

761. 
Hennden, Mathew, in militia, 22. 346. 
Hennegan, Joseph, payment to, 6. 876. 
Hennen, John, petitions for extension 

of power of J. P.'s. 7. 874-5. 
Hennepy, Wm., on patrol. 10. 25. 
Henney, James, affidavit, 4. 886. 
Henney, J as., petition on separation, 

22. 705-8. 

Hen nidge, William, petition on separa- 
tion^ 22. 705-10. 
Henning, Diah, army pay, 17. 220. 
Hennle, Jos., asks for resurvey, 4. 331. 

enters caveat, 6. 811. 
Henrico Co., Va., 9. 1065. 

titheables in 1756, 6. 564. 
Henrlon, Mr., 18. 694, 695. 
Henry II, gift by ment'd. 16. 677, 678. 
Henry Ml, law of quoted, 6. 452, 453. 

statutes of in force in N. C, 23. 317- 
318. 
Henry VI, statutes of in force in N. C, 

23. 320, 323. 
Henry VII, 2. 764. 

statutes of in force in N. C, 23. 321, 
323. 
Henry VIM, 3. 72, 170, 173; 6. 530; 26. 
140. 



statutes of in force in N. C, 23. 321- 

2. 
Henry, Mr., 20. 754. 
Henry, Mr., in assembly, 6. 369. 
Henry, Mr., Presby. minister, 6. 1202, 

1203. 
Henry, Capt., 16. 254, 257. 

commands naval forces, 16. 249. 
Henry, Col., goes against Dunmore, 

10. 371. 
Henry, Maj., with Marion, 14. 666. 
Henry, Widow, 14. 586. 
Henry, Archibald, snoemaker, 16. 358. 
Henry, Arthur, army pay, 17. 221. 
Henry, Burrel, army rank, 18. 1084. 
Henry, Caesar, act to emancipate, 24. 

850. 
Henry, Catherine, claims, 9. 590. 
Henry, Charles, witness for Devane, 

16. 787. 
Henry, David, land grant to, 4. 768. 
Henry, Geo., on com. of regulators, 7. 

731-732. 
Henry, George, robbed, 10. 935. 
Henry, Henry, land grant asked, 4. 

124Q. 
Henry, Isham, army pay, 17. 219. 
Henry, Jacobs, prisoner, 17. 1045. 
Henry, James, coms'r on pub. build- 
ings, 24. 701. 
Henry, James, land grant to, 4. 684, 

1250. 
Henry, James, pensioner. 22. 68. 
Henry, Jenkin, 23. 164, 168. 
Henry, John, army pay, 17. 216. 
Henry, John, army rank, 18. 1072. 
Henry, Jno., army rank, 18. 1074. 
Henry, John (Md.) in C. C, 18. 671, 

709, 754. 
Henry, John, pensioner, 22. 70. 
Henry, Jonathan, army pay, 17. 220. 
Henry, Jos., money from, 21. 1063. 

sheriff, 21. 1075. 
Henry, Joseph, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Henry. MIchl., army rank. 18. 1077. 
Henry, Michael, released from jail, 

10. 696. 

Henry, Patrick, 8. xxxii; 11. 455; 12. 
5.14, 687; 13. 125, 129, 214, 279, 
734»; 14. 79, 113. 
Caswell to introducing Oneall, 13. 
222; on aid to Va., 14. 87; on 
arrival of French officers in N. C, 

11. 493; on Chariol, 13. 122; on 
Cherokees, stores and galleys, 11. 
447-448; on Cherokee treaty, etc., 
11. 484-485, 498-9; on commis- 
sary affairs, 13. 14-15, 17; on D. 



HENRY, ROBERT 



241 



HEPWORTH, THOS. 



S. Canal, 16. 573; on drafts in 
N. C. by Va.. 11. 663; on prison- 
ers sent to Va., 14. 36; on the 
Gas \v ell and expedition against 
Fla.. 13. 309-310. 

Christian to on Cherokee cam- 
paign, 10. 837-839, 844-847. 

Council of Safety to on Cherokee 
campaign, 10. 860-861. 

in Philadelphia conv.. 16. 792. 

letter of ment'd, 11. 718; 10. 810, 
811, 814; 22. 761; laid before 
assembly, 11. 452; 13. 401; on 
canal, 13. 234; referred to com- 
of assem.. 13. 745, 746, 748, 771- 
772, 799, 801-802. 

Lewis to on Cherokee campaign, 

10. 842-843. 

successor to eDected, 14. 309. 

to Caswell on Cherokee affairs, 

11. 428-429, 439. 444-445. 496; on 
encroachments on Cherokees and 
answer, 13. 128-129, 135-136; on 
Cherokee treaty, 11. 402, 405-406; 
on defense of Ocracoke and Br. 
prisoners, 14. 19-20; on galteys 
and goods, 11. 438-439; on iron 
works, 10. 787; on movements of 
British, 11. 594; on quarrel of La- 
Port, 11. 516; on public affairs, 
11. 446-447; on recruiting for Va. 
in N. C, 11. 479; on reduction of 
Chickamauga settlements of 
Cherokees, 14. 243-246; on send- 
ing the Caswell to East Florida, 
13. 296; on Va. resolutions and 
answer, 13. 509, 511, 536. 542, 
658. 

to Martin on Ramsey's steamboat, 

17. 182. 183-184. 
Washington to on movements of 

British, 11. 436-437. 
Henry, Robert, land grant to, 4. 684. 
Henry, Robert, minister, 5. 1221. 
Henry, Silas, shipmaster, 10. 549, 

550. 
Henry, Solo mo n, quit rents of, 22. 

252. 
Henry, Stephen, army pay, 17. 221. 
Henry, Thomas, army pay, 17. 217. 
Henry, Wm., agent to get shoes, 13. 

200. 
Henry, Wm., army rank, 16. 1083. 
Henry, Wm., delivers leather, 22. 

1011-12. 
Henry (parole), 16. 372. 
Henry Cape, 6. 149; 0. 1023; 14. 688, 

689, 853; 16. 216. 



fort needed at, 6. 477. 

Henry and Mary, ship, 4. 464, 465. 

Henry Co., Va., 16. 123; 17. 15; 16. 
604. 
aid from wanted, 14. 676. 
Burke to on movements of Br., 16. 
549. 

Henshaw, Jacob, asks pardon for 
Hunter, 6. 86-87. 

Henslee, Benjamin, petition on sepa- 
ration, 22. 705-12. 

Hensley, Charles, soldiers pay for, 
17. 263. 

Hensley, Jno., in militia, 22. 418. 

Hensley, Wm., army rank, 16. 1085. 

Henson, Adolphus, land lapses, 2. 
452. 

Henson, Charles, regulator, 7. 808. 

Henson, David, army pay, 17. 219. 

Henson, Dormond, 7. 779. 

Henson, Elijah, pensioner, 22. 70. 

Henson, John, regulator, 7. 809. 

Henson, Joseph, regulator, 7. 735. 

Henson, Wm., army rank, 16. 1084. 

Henson, Wm., regulator, 7. 735. 

Henter, Isaac, land grant to, 4. 710. 

Hentzler (Hentzley), Joseph, school 
master, 8. 748, 749. 

Henyon, Roger, a J. P., 3. 252. 

Hepburn, Mr., 16. 667; 16. 658; 16. 
887. 

Hepburn, Charles, land grant to, 4. 
218. 

Hepburn (Hepborn), James, a prison- 
er, 10. 486; 11. 392. 
denounced as enemy of America, 

10. 72-3. 
loyalist, 10. 595. 
paroled, 10. 586. 

recants and signs ass'n, 10. 141. 
removed to Salisbury and paroled, 

10. 827. 
to Council of Safety asking for re- 
moval, 10. 792-3; asking liberty 
of moving to Salisbury, 10. 758. 

Hepburn, James, In Prov. Cong., 10. 
166, 167, 173; on com. of Prov. 
Cong., 10. 173, 175. 

Hepburn, Nelson, and Co., petition 
for new charter, 6. 79-80. 
surrender charter of Campbelton, 
6. 270-1. 

Hepburn, Ronalds, land grant to, 4. 
349. 

Hepworth, Joseph, imported, 1. 394. 

Hepworth, Joshua, imported, 1. 396. 

Hepworth, Thos., in S. C. Council, 1. 
897, 898, 902. 



16 



HEPZIBAH CHURCH 



242 



HERNNHUT 



-^13. 18. 

-, brigade major, 12. 



-^ on debtor law, 1. 671- 



Instructs S. C. agents, 2. 448449. 
messenger, 1. 821, 824, 825. 

Hepzlbah Church, 5. 1182. 

Heraldry, Burke on use and meaning 
of, 15. 676, 678, 680. 

Herbert, - 

Herbert, - 
541. 

Herbert, - 
673. 

Herbert, Lieut., brigade major, 12. 
529. 

Herbert, James, land grant asked for, 
4. 440; grant to, 4. 349, 635. 

Herbert, John, officer in Cherokee ex- 
pedition, 2. 258. 

Herbert, Wm., army rank, 16. 1076. 

Herberts (Herbert), James, land 
grants to, 4. 890, 891. 

Herbuson, J as., in militia, 22. 417. 

He re banks, Richard, suit against, 10 
618. 

Hereditary emoluments, not be grant 
ed, 28. 978. 

Hereman, Henry, petitions for Wind 
sor as C. H., 9. 804-806. 

Herin. See Herring. 

Herin,* Philip, signs Cumberland Co 
Ass'n, 10. 29-30. 

HerIn, Wm., signs Cumberland Co 
Ass'n, 10. 29-30. 

Hering, Mr., in C. C. (N. Y.), 20. 603 

Herlngton. See Harrington. 

Herlngton, John, asks for lapse pat 
ent, 2. 352. 

Heriotts, Col., 16. 381. 

Heritage. See Herritage. 

Heritage, John, army record, 18. 
480. 
captain, 10. 559. 

Caswell to on deserter? and pris- 
oners, 14. 198; on prisoners and 
draft riots, 14. 169-170; on re- 
port on troops, etc., 14. 163-164. 
gives leave of absence, 14. 295; to 

Bass, 14. 186. 
prisoners delivered to, 14. 177, 
326. 

Heritage, W., claims land, 18. 99. 

Heritage, Wm., 16. 67. 
Caswell to on movement of troops, 
arms and ammunition, 14. 149. 

Herman, Dr., 8. 733. 

Herman, Robert, In army, 16. 718. 

Herman family, pioneers, 8. 751. 

Hermit, ^ juror, 26. 186. 



Hermit, Joshua, army pay, 17. 219. 
Hermitage, plantation, 22. 952. 



Hermitage, The, 18. 255, 306. 
Hern. See Heam. 
Hern, Dennis, in militia, 22. 416. 
Hern, Drury, army rank, 16. 1074. 
Hern, Edward, a J. P., 8. 418; 4. 4. 
Hern, Howell, army rank, 16. 1082. 
Hern, J no., army rank, 16. 1082. 
Hern, John, in militia, 22. 416. 
Hernden, Matthew, in militia, 

347. 
Herndon, Capt., commands militia, 
10. 839. • 
desertions from, 16. 510. 
to report on hose, 16. 510. 
Herndon, BenJ., 22. 100, 141. 
col. of militia, 18. 22. 
coms'r on school, 24. 690. 
in assembly, 18. 2, 3, 10, 118, 135, 
136, 154, 156, 160, 161, 188, 432, 
451; 16. 8. 22, 87, 139, 178, 190, 
205, 244, 249, 263, 282, 294, 295, 
300, 325, 334, 354, 359, 383, 386; 
728, 729, 740, 773, 794, 804, 
822, 824, 835; 26. 2, 3, 6, 7, 32, 
39, 43, 46, 67, 68, 72. 76, 79, 81, 
82, 83, 89, 102; on com. of assem., 
18. 127, 132, 177, 222, 223, 353, 
411. 
on Surry S. C, 10. 228, 230. 
pardon asked for and bill to in- 
demnify, 18. 888, 897, 926, 931, 
945, 988-989. 
testimony taken, 17. 406. 
Herndon, James, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Herndon, James, prisoner, 22. 551. 
Herndon, John, deserter, 16. 510. 
Herndon, J as., captain, 22. 136. 
commands fort, 22. 99. 
coms'r on building, 24. 143; on 
captured arms, 17. 654, 672, 747, 
748, 749, 752. 
in assembly, 16. 2, 3, 50, 62, 104; 
17. 715, 878, 879; 16. 389, 395, 
398; 21. 2, 4, 14, 47, 52, 66, 68, 74, 
115, 121, 155, 160, 178, 179, 190. 
in conv. 1788, 22. 4, 5, 26, 27, 30, 32, 

35. 
in conv. 1789, 22. 39, 46, 49. 
on com. of assembly, 16. 27, 47, 
130; 17. 281, 359, 385, 649, 727, 
732, 755. 
resigns as major, 16. 110, 111, 112; 
from militia, 16. 74. 
Herndon, Pomfret, in militia, 
165. 
petitions, 16. 933. 
Hernnhut, 6. 1158. 
Moravian settlement, 6. 1150. 



HERNNHUTTERS 



243 



HERON, JOSEPH 



synod of M. held in. 5. 1166, 1157. 
Hernnhutters, transplanted to N. C, 

7. 285. 
Heron. See Herron. 
Heron, Mist, and Gk>v. Martin, 16. 



Heron, Mr., 7. 112. 

deputy auditor, 6. 605. 
Heron, Mrs., Martin to on pardon for 

Mawbll^, 16. 337-8. 
Heron, Capt., 6. 236, 238, 552, 553, 567. 

733. 
Heron, Alice, petitions for compensa- 
tion, 6. 5. 
Heron, Alias, taxable, 16. 191. 
Heron, BenJ., 6. 1064, 1088; 8. 257. 

act for him to build bridge, 28. 
687; 26. 506-7. 

administers oath, 6. 1258. 

allowance to executors, 22. 857. 

and rent roll, 22. 877. 

appointed deputy auditor gen., 6. 
523; deputy naval officer, 6. 703- 
705; naval officer, 6. 734. 

arrears of salary due to, 6. 654. 

asks authority to remove records, 
6. 767-8. 

assignment and debenture by, 6. 
609. 

at council of war, 7. 842. 

attorney for Sir Thomas Frankland, 
6. 550-1. 

bill to amend act on bridge, 16. 
850, 871, 942, 959, 975; to encour- 
age him to build bridge, 7. 301, 
303, 311, 313, 339, 359, 360. 364, 
365, 380, 383, 384, 388, 420. 

claims allowed, 6. 143; 22. 838, 
843, 849, 855. 

claims right to appoint court clerks, 
6. 1001. 

clerk of pleas, 8. 970, 981, 993; 7. 
114. 

commissioned as clerk of the crown, 
8. 732; as clerk of pleas, 6. 564, 
698, 699; as deputy auditor, 6. 
731-732. 

coms'r of pilotage, 26. 650. 

dead, 8. 254, 493. 

debentures granted by paid, 6. 648- 
650. 

deputy auditor, 8. 163, 167. 

empowered to receive grant by 
parliament, 6. 1245, 1304, 1305, 
1306. 

goes to England, 8. 38. 

in council, 6. 1077-1081, 1082-1089, 
1218-1220. 1224-1229, 124M257, 



1322; 7. 4-7, 8-9, 10-31, 34-35, 37- 
39, 41-61, 105, 133-137, 160, 
187-188. 227-232, 258-259, 271-279, 
292-341, 427-428, 446-447, 449-454, 
501-506, 523-529. 532-535, 549-568, 
672-676, 690. 7p2, 720-723, 729-730, 
750-752, 783. 784-785, 792-794, 850- 
851. 870-871. 872-874, 875-876, 883- 
884, 890-924; 8. 25-27, 36-38. 

induces Dobbs to make him clerk 
of pleas, 6. 264, 265. 

lieut gen., 7. 831, 833; 22. 870, 871. 

makes abstract of land patents, 6. 
5. 

memorial in favor of Smith, 6. 58- 
60; on condition of rent roll, 7. 
523-525; 22. 890-1. 

nominated for council, 6. 1005. 

on claims com., 22. 847, 852. 

on com. of council, 6. 1222, 1247, 
1261, 1262; 7. 44, 296, 555, 573, 
898. 940. 

petition to Hillsborough on pay for 
land grant abstracts, 8. 157-158. 

recommended for council, 6. 968, 
992. 

regulations on record books, 6. 
1008. 

resurvey to, 6. 1087; 6. 737, 970, 
981, 990; 7. 5, 11, 38, 231, 232, 
428, 444, 447, 503, 504, 544, 719, 
731. 796, 851; 8. 191; 22. 304. 

takes oath, 6. 1087; as councillor, 
6. 1077. 

to return to N. C. 8. 168. 

to S. P. G. on character of Smith, 
8. 312-313. 

witness, 6. 1056. 
Heron, Charles, auditor, 8. 254. 
Heron, Daniel, dropped as J. P., 6. 

762. 
Heron, E., to Burke asking for fiag to 

Charleston, 16. 189. 
Heron, Miss E., Burke to on flag to 

Charleston, etc., 16. 551-552. 
Heron, Elizabeth, taxable, 16. 191. 
Heron, F., taxable, 16. 191. 
Heron (Harron, Herren, Herron), 
Joseph, dropped as J. P.. 6. 762. 

in assembly, 6. 232 233, 243, 246, 
249, 268, 269, 270, 272, 277, 289, 
290, 291, 304, 305, 307, 308, 501, 
508, 516, 518, 521, 522, 524, 530. 
540, 545, 553, 555, 556, 847, 848, 
858, 868, 890, 894, 1084; on com. 
of assem., 6. 240, 262, 276, 500, 
523, 873. 892, 1017, 1034, 1043, 



HERON 



244 



HERRING, SAMUEL 



1084; 6. 108, 119, 136, 158, 159, 

160. 
report on public accounts, 6. 965- 

975. 
Heron, ship, 7. 159. 
Heron's Bridge, 10. 468; 23. 910. 

British capture, 22. 534. 
Herrage, Geo., in militia, 22. 307. 
Herran, Joseph, rights proved, 4. 639. 
Herrardy James, in army, 13. 513. 
Herrel. See Harrell. 
Her'rel, Abraham, quit rents of, 22. 

241. 
Herrel, Ed., quit rents of, 22. 241. 

town coms'r, 24, 775, 882. 
Herrel, Francis, quit rents of, 22. 

241. 
Herrel, John, quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Herren, Sam, juror, 26. 188. 
Herrenden, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 

256. 
Herrendon, Peter, army pay, 17. 219. 
Herrick, Capt., pursues Tories, 14. 

611-612. 
Herri n. See Hering. Herring. 
Herriera, Lucia de, kind to American 

prisoners, 1 6. 394. 
Herriesburgh, 9. 1023. 
Herrin, John, dropped as a J. P., 6. 

828. 
Herrin, John, quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Herrin, John, Jr., quit rents of, 22. 

241. 
Herrin, Mathew, in army, 13. 527. 
Herrin, 8am., quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Herrin, Simon, quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Herring. See Haring, Herin, Herrin. 
Herring, Mr.. Sr., 6. 1211. 
Herring, Anthony, asks for lapse pat- 
ent, 2. 488. 
Herring, Anthony, in militia, 22. 310. 
Herring, Anthony, in militia, 22. 331. 
Herring, Anthony, land grants to, 4. 

764, 767, 798, 947, 965. 
opposes land grant, 4. 1036. 
Herring, Anthony, Juror, 9. 692. 
Herring, Ben., in militia, 22. 309. 
Herring, Benj., in militia, 22. 331. 
Herring, Benj., payment to, 22. 457. 
Herring, Charles, road inspector, 24. 

299. 
Herring, Daniel, a J. P., 6. 340. 

land grant to, 4. 798. 
Herring, David, in miliUa, 22. 324. 
Herring, Delany, regulator, 7. 809. 
Herring, Henry, army pay, 17. 218. 
Herring, Jacob, land grant to, 4. 709. 
Herring, Jas., in militia, 22. 324. 



Herring, Job, army pay, 17. 219. 
Herring, Joel, lieut., 10. 625. 
Herring, John, a J. P., 4. 354, 1039; 
6. 657. 
in assembly, 4. 855, 859, 860, 984, 

986, 1260, 1279, 1282; 6. 56. 
land grants to, 4. 675, 709, 804, 

1046, 1249. 
on com. to examine and compare 
revisal, 4. 1000, 1011. 
Herring, John, juror, 2. 477. 
Herring, John, to make arms, 10. 

539. 
Herring, John, vestryman, 23. 343. 
Herring, John, Jr., land grant to, 4. 

642. 
Herring, John, Jr., road coms'r, 23. 

222. 
Herring. John, Sr., a J. P., 4. 1038. 
Herring, John, Sr., vestryman, 23. 

249. 
Herring (Hearring, Hewing), Jona- 
than, a J. P., 23. 995. 
in assembly, 8. 107, 146, 303, 320, 
325. 326, 422, 438, 444, 454; 9. 
448, 449. 453, 588, 734. 735, 841, 
843, 888, 898, 902, 930. 938, 951, 
1189, 1196, 1205. 
in Prov. Cong., 9. 1179, 1180, 1181. 
on com. of assembly, 9. 451, 740. 
road inspector, 24. 298. 
Herring, Jos., act to vest lands in. 
24. 527. 
bill to vest lands in, 19. 205. 214, 

218, 332, 333, 343, 347, 349. 
petition, 19. 25, 34, 68, 72; consid- 
ered, 16. 50, 63, 105, 106. 
Herring, Joseph, army pay, 17. 220. 
Herring, Jos., land grants to, 4. 709, 

894. 
Herring, Joshua, 6. 1211. 
Herring, Joshua, a J. P., 23. 993. 
Herring, Josh., in militia, 22. 310. 
Herring, Joshua, in militia, 22. 331. 
Herring, Joshua, land grant to, 4. 

969. 
Herring. Matchet, lieut., 10. 625. 

resigns as J. P., 21. 409. 
Herring, Matthew, army pay, 17. 217. 
Herring, Richd., a J. P., 23. 993. 
coms'r on building, 24. 643; on 

town, 24. 776. 
petition, 20. 548, 589; 21. 108, 168- 

169. 177. 
report on, 21. 436. 
Herring, Sam'i, in militia, 22. 324. 
Herring, Samuel, Juror. 4. 522. 



HERRING, SAMUEL 



245 



HERRITAGE, WM. 



land grant to, 4. 447, 1043; to son, 

4. 764. 
Herring, Samuel, land lapses, 2. 488. 
Herring, Sim'n, in militia, 22. 309. 
Herring, Simon, in militia, 22. 331. 
Herring, Simon, land grant to, 4. 

343, 447, 767, 1251. 
rights proved, 4. 763. 
Herring, Stephen, trial, 10. 4, 8, 9. 
Herring, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 

1047. 
Herring, Wm., land grant to, 4. 710. 

rights proved, 4. 644. 
Herrings, trade in, 8. 153-154. 
Herrington. See Harrington, Hering- 

ton. 
Herrington, Charles, pensioned, 22. 

482. 492. 
Herrington, Giles, army rank, 16. 

1084. 
Herrington, Isaac, army pay, 17. 219. 
Herrington, Peter, army rank, 16. 

1077. 
Herrington, Samuel, army rank, 16. 

1084. 
Herrington, Thos., army rank, 16. 

1082. 
Herrington, Thos., army rank, 16. 

1084. 
Herrington, Thomas, Juror, 4. 516. 
Herri tage. See Heritage. 
Herri tage, Mr., 4. 801. 
Herritage, IMr., 10. 497, 498; 16. 685. 

686. 
Herritage, Capt., 10. 622. 
Herritage, Col., reports on Williams, 

22. 957. 
Herritage, John, 10. 497, 498; 15. 

687; 21. 371. 
Herritage, John, coms'r on boundary, 

24. 958; on building, 24. 291; on 

school, 24. 754; on town, 24. 

ei4. 
in assem.. 17. 268; 18. 4. 

6, 10, 19, 53, 78, 86, 90, 91, 117, 

134, 136, 154, 156, 161, 171, 179, 

185, 451, 462; 16. 233, 235, 247. 

263. 280, 282, 286, 295, 299, 334, 

354, 359, 489, 516. 548, 613. 622, 

643, 667. 671, 675, 676, 682, 688; 

20. 1. 3, 4, 10, 15, 27, 39, 44. 46. 
68, 76, 79, 81, 82. 83, 89, 102, 103; 

21. 303, 638, 639. 641. 679, 694. 
696, 697, 716, 726; on com. of 
assembly, 18. 54, 79, 109, 177, 
220, 321. 411. 

petition, 20. 509, 516-517. 520; 21. 
47. 49, 60, 366, 410, 421, 689, 708, 



721, 722, 773, 800. 802, 928, 968. 

sells land, 24. 468. 

See also Heritage, John. 
Herritage, John. Juror, 6. 692. 
Herritage, John, lieut., 10. 187. 
Herritage, John, surety, 6. 592-593. 
Herritage, Sarah, land patent to, 8. 

629. 
Herritage, Wm., 4. 1204; 23. 507. 

act for town on lands of, 23. 592; 
24. 613-16; 25. 468-70. 

argues land grant, 4. 1253. 

appears as attorney, 6. 1066. 

asks for new land grant, 4. 967- 
968; for resurvey, 4. 222. 

attorney, 4. 676. 

bill for town on lands of. 6. 864« 
865, 868, 874, 876, 883, 891, 935, 
937, 940, 947, 948, 953; 16. 548. 
550, 557, 592, 661. 

bond as trustee to erect public 
I offices, 5. 567-568. 

i borrows table, 6. 743. 

caveat entered against. 5. 813. 

church coms'r. 25. 231. 

claims, 4. 531, 557; allowed, 22. 
402, 850. 

clerk of assembly, 4. 383, 493, 655, 
732, 752, 791. 834. 843, 862. 868, 
1174, 1175; 5. 189. 207. 209, 210. 
211, 219, 240, 263, 265, 268, 271. 
273, 275. 276, 277. 278, 281, 289. 
300. 500, 507, 509, 511, 514, 515, 
516, 517. 518. 519, 661, 663, 664, 
665, 667, 679. 681, 684, 685, 686, 
688. 727. 731, 732, 733, 734, 805 
835. 837, 838,839,840,841,854,858, 
859, 861, 862, 867, 897, 899, 916, 
919, 922, 975, 986, 1043, 1058, 1069. 
1075. 1077. 1079. 1085, 1088; 6. 
76, 98, 102, 107, 108, 109, 110, 
113, 136, 143, 151, 154, 166, 
194, 197, 198, 199. 209, 215, 368. 
387, 389, 390. 394. 416. 418, 420, 
432, 435, 436. 438, 445. 462. 
467. 513, 643. 651, 653, 656, 657. 
658. 659. 661. 663, 744. 763, 805. 
841. 851. 852. 854, 860, 863, 867. 
870. 871, 876. 882. 884, 885, 887, 
889. 890. 892. 916. 919. 939. 1097. 
1099. 1101. 1106. 1109. 1111, 1114. 
1115. 1119, 1121. 1124. 1126. 1127. 
1130, 1131. 1133, 1134, 1136. 1137, 
1139, 1140, 1142, 1143. 1144. 1146. 
1147, 1148, 1149, 1151, 1222, 1232, 
1236. 1237. 1241. 1242. 1244. 1245. 
1247, 1248. 1249, 1251, 1255; 7. 
53. 55, 57, 58. 59. 60. 61. 297, 299. 



HERRITAGE, WM. 



246 



HERTFORD CO. 



302, 303, 308, 309, 313, 314. 317, 
318. 321, 325, 327. 328, 330. 331. 
332. 336. 338. 340. 341, 344. 553. 
559. 571. 583. 593. 599. 600. 602. 
603. 608. 609. 611. 612. 613. 616. 
618. 619. 622. 633. 638, 640. 6*45. 
647. 648, 649. 650. 652. 654. 657. 
659. 661, 662. 663. 664, 666. 670. 
682. 898. 902. 905. 908. 909. 910, 
913. 914. 917. 918, 919, 920. 922. 
923; 22. 818. 823. 829, 835. 840. 
847. 852; of com. on public ac- 
counts. 6. 201. 208. 
coms'r of Newbem. 23. 142. 
deposition ment'd. 4. 1233; on 
methods of procedure in assem- 
bly, etc., 4. 1174-1176. 
examined on land patent. 6. 332. 
executors of to surrender records. 

8. 125. 
extra pay to as clerk, 4. 412. 
injunction against granted. 7. 39. 
land grant asked for, 4. 454; grant 
to. 4. 273, 274. 279. 328. 344. 355. 
708; 6. 821; 6. 629; patent cor- 
rected, 6. 1079. 
opposes land grant. 4. 964. 1037. 
rights proved, 4. 598. 
salary as clerk of assem.. etc.. 6. 

307. 308. 
surety, 7. 677-678. 
tax receiver. 26. 286. 
to make copy of laws. 4. 376-377. 

405-406. 410. 
witness, 4. 503. 
Herri tage, Wm., house burned by Br. 
and he bums Tory houses. 16. 
627. 
Herron. See Heron. 
Herron, Mr., post passes home of, 6. 

1038. 1101. 
Herron, Capt., 13. 82. 
Herron, Allen, pensioner. 22. 71. 
Herron, Armwetl, army rank. 16. 

1079. 
Herron (Heron), John, in assembly. 
6. 1036. 1046, 1085; 6. 97, 133. - 
Herron, Joseph, land case of. 6. 1092. 
reports on land frauds. 6. 1088- 
1094; on public accounts, 6. 201- 
209. 
warehouse coms'r, 28. 444. 
Herron, Matt., army rank. 16. 1079. 
Herroti'8, Mr., 6. 886. 920. 
Herat, Samuel, Juror, 1. 582. 

law suit. 1. 655. 
Hertford, Lord, 6. 1210. 
recommends Stewart. 7. 493. 



Hertford, act for ferry, 23. 752-3; 24. 
769; to incorporate. k6. 367-9. 477- 
8; to regulate. 23. 892-6; to save 
lots in, 23. 593. 752-3; 26. 477-8. 
bill for erection of. 6. 1004, 1005, 
1007, 1009. 1010; for ferry 
from. 7. 561. 562, 587. 651; to 
regulate. 8. 397. 399. 401. 407. 443. 
495. 502, 505. 507. 517. 520. 584. 
656; to save loU in, 6. 846. 852. 
854. 863. 891. 910-11. 916. 924. 931, 
948; 7. 561. 562. 587. 588. 589. 
590. 611. 623. 651. 668. 
inspection at. 23. 792; 26. 379. 

Hertford (Hartford) Co., 8. 980. 1194. 

7. 476. 626.; 8. 45. 50; 8. 298. 
592; 18. 525. 558. 792. 936; 11. 
524, 688. 823; 14. 862; 16. 364. 
450. 524. 561. 586; 18. 108. 109. 
641; 18. 497; 18. 73. 140. 256, 
559. 560; 28. 268. 556; 21. 124, 
802. 817. 840. 1063; 22. 839. 841, 
963; 23. 553. 564. 575, 618, 683, 
692, 705, 723, 814. 855. 874. 904, 
912. 929. 957. 991; 24. 581; 26. 
64. 

act for court. 24. 37-9. 50-64, 161; 
26. 436; for poor house, 24. 949- 
50; for tax for public buildings, 
24. 145, 239. 456, 594. 873-4; act 
for town in. 23. 773-5; 24. 859-61; 
on boundary. 23. 658; on bridges 
and ferries, 23. 785-6; on Jurors. 
24. 82-4. 273-5; 26. 422; on strays. 
23. 777-9, 972; to change court 
days in, 23. 780-1; to create, 28. 
503-4; to divide. 24. 230-2; to fix 
time of CO. ct.. 24. 717-18; 26. 
406. 

baptism in, 8. 994. 

bill for free ferries and bridges in. 

8. 93. 98. 116. 119. 121; for town 
in, 8. 1105. 1112. 1115. 1170; 1178, 
1185. 1227. 1229. 1269, 1274. 1279. 
1281-1282; 8. 1269-1270, 1275. 1278. 
1281. 1282; 18. 30. 39. 46. 260, 
265. 267. 276; on ferries. 17. 301. 
302-303. 327, 339, 342; 28. 41, 64; 
on poor, 28. 163, 345; on strays, 
8. 100. 325; 8. 842. 848, 852, 861. 
894. 895. 907. 910. 913. 914, 928, 
1014; to alter line of, 8. 1232. 
1234. 1238. 1240. 1253. 1284. 1287, 
1294, 1296. 1299; 7. 92; to alter 
time of courts, 7. 50, 51. 72-73. 74, 
76; to collect tax. 18. 40. 271. 
274. 276. 291; 18. 402, 408. 409. 
723. 724. 731; to divide, 18. 541, 



HERTFORD DISTRICT 



247 



HESTER, HENRY 



555, 564, 578. 635, 656, 665. 

census of 1790, 26. 621-634. 

clergy in, 8. 222. 

clothing for troops due from, 12. 
639, 749. 

court days, 23. 703, 704, 874, 885, 
932, 946, 990. 

debts due to, 8. 280-281. 

drafts from, 16. 591. 

dues from sheriffs, 6. 572. 

established, 6. 227, 302. 

field officers for, 17. 670. 747. 748, 
750. 

French in, 16. 561. 

in Edenton dlst.. 16. 377. 

J. P.'s in, 8. 334, 636, 762; 8. 71; 
23. 994. 

members in assembly, 8. 390. 474, 
801, 810, 916, 1173-4. 1266; 7. 283, 
364, 575; 8. 303, 320; 8. 170, 458, 
734, 738, 1188; 12. 2, 352, 549, 
655, 697, 818; 13. 556, 735, 784, 
794, 862. 919; 18. 1; 17. 265, 794, 
877; 18. 2, 76, 226, 307, 407; 18. 

1, 129. 234. 401, 493, 718; 28. 2, 
119, 126, 301, 475; 21. 2. 9, 10, 
193, 729, 871, 887, 905. 1006. 

members in cony. 1788 and 89, 22. 

2, 15, 37, 47. 

members in Prov. Cong., 8. 1042, 
1179, 1180; 18. 165, 500, 506, 516, 
519, 914, 916. 

militia in regulator campaign, 8. 
697, 698, 702, 707; 22. 46«, 470; 
officers, 22. 963-964; organiza- 
tion of, 18. 625, facing 680. 

officers, 8. 298. 

organization of troops, 18. 205, 
207, 531, 625, facing 680. 

owes State, 21. 1068, 1074. 

parishes in, 7. 541. 

petition on Fed. Conv., 21. 31, 51. 

recruiting in, 11. 574. 

report on militia, 8. 296-297; on 
troops from, 14. 55. 

sends aid to Va., 16. 143. 

tax in, 18. 706. 

taxables in, 7. 145, 283, 289, 539, 
541. 

tobacco inspection places, 23. 641, 
736, 792. 

troops from, 14. 7; 16. 73; move, 
16. 483; to be raised in, 13. 412; 
14. 154. 
Hertford District* recruiting officer 

for, 22. 928. 
Hertherly, isaac, in militia, 22. 315. 
Hertsocky Peter, army rank, 18. 1079. 



Hertzel, Longharts, petition on rents, 

8. 46-47. 
Hervey. See Harvey. 
Hervey, Mr., 16. 149. 
Hervey, Capt., 16. 156. 
Hervey (Harvey 7), John, pay roll of 

militia company of, 16. 400. 
Hervey, Col. Thomas, unable to 

march with troops, 16. 353. 
Hervin, John, inquition over, 8. 

743. 
Heslett (Harslett), William, surveys 

boundary, 1. 385-386. 
Hesse Casel, Landgravine of dies, 

8. 292, 295. 
Hessens, 18. 922. 
Hessian, Peter, wagoner, 16. 478. 
Hessians, 22. 132. 
at Guilford C. H., 17. 1003, 1004. 

1006. 
at Ramsay's Mills, 22. 157, 158. 
bum N. Y., 18. 819. 
conduct of. 16. 301. 
desert British army and settle in 

N. C, 8. 760. 
deserters not accepted as substi- 
tutes, 14. 336, 362, 386. 
embark on Br. fieet, 18. 326. 
garrison N. Y., 18. 299. 
go to N. Y., 16. 537. 
hired by British, 18. 453. 
in British army, 18. 458. 
in Charleston, 14. 748. 
in Ga. 14. 749. 

in S. C, 14. 553, 746, 748; 16. 243. 
invade Ga., 16. 326. 
number in Va., 16. 157. 
officers confined for retaliation, 11. 

381. 
on Port Royal Island, 14. 340. 
privileges to as prisoners, 11. 416. 
report on, 17. 1026. 
sent over Scuylkill, 11. 782; to Fla., 

16. 255. 
skirmishes with, 18. 910. 
threaten the Chesapeake, 11. 430- 
437. 
Hester, .Abraham, takes oath, 22 

178. 
Hester, Benjamin, army pay, 17. 217. 
army rank, 18. 1081. 
court martialed, 16. 736. 
pensioner, 22. 70. 
revolutionary services of, 22. 131-2. 
Hester, Benj., takes oath, 22. 170. 
Hester, Francis, takes oath, 22. 170. 
Hester, Francis, takes oath, 22. 178. 
Hester, Henry, takes oath, 22. 178. 



HESTER, JAMES 



248 



HEWES, JOSEPH 



Hester, James, army pay, 17. 216. 

Hester, James, asks relief from 
church tax, 9. 95, 97. 

Hester, James, claims allowed, 8. 
467; 9. 717, 756. 

Hester, James, petition on who are 
tithahles, 9. 97. 

Hester, James, takes oath, 22. 175. 

Hester, James, takes oath, 22. 178. 

Hester, Jo., 22. 132. 

Hester, John, 22. 132. 

Hester, John, army rank, 18. 1081. 

Hester, J no., army rank, 16. 1083. 

Hester, Jos., army rank, 16. 1083. 

Hester, Robt., takes oath, 22. 170. 

Hester, Robt., takes oath, 22. 173. 

Hester, Stephen, takes oath, 22. 177. 

Hester, Thos., land grant to, 4. 336. 

Hester, Thos., pensioner, 22. 70. 

Hester, Wm., land grant to, 4. 336, 
764. 

Hester, Zachariah, in militia, •22. 167. 
pensioner, 22. 70. 

Hester, Zach., takes oath, 22. 175. 

Hestier, Alex., building coms'r, 24. 
694. 

Hete Abram, pensioner, 16. 672. 

Heth, Wm., prisoner, 16. 671. 

Hetterter, John, imported, 1. 582. 

Heuff, Timothy, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-12. 

Heuston. See Houston. 

Heuston, James, school trustee, 24. 
536. 

Heuston, Wm., school trustee, 22. 
536. 

Hevring, Mathew, in army, 18. 522. 

He wan, Robert, petition about navi- 
gation, 4. 384. 

Heward, James, prisoner, 17. 1045. 

Hewell. See Howell. 

Hewell, Caleb, army rank, 16. 1082. 

Hewell, John, army pay, 17. 219. 

Hewell, Wm., army pay, 17. 221. 

Hewes. See Hews, Hughes. 

Hewes, Col. (S. C). 16. 368. 

Hewes, Lieut., a prisoner, 10. 486. 

Hewes, Donald, a prisoner, 10. 486. 

Hewes, Gabriel, certificate lost, 19. 
297. 

Hewes, Henry, army^pay, 17. 216. 

Hewes, James, army pay, 17. 216. 

Hewes, James, juror, 1. 588. 

Hewes, John, army pay, 17. 220. 

Hewes (Hews, Hughes), Joseph 
(signer), 9. 1247; 10. x, 66, 92, 
117, 144, 813, 815, 818, 819, 822, 
840. 864, 891, 1032; 11. 553. 



a J. P., 6. 824; 28. 99. 

act for him to collect taxes, 
922-3. 

address to people of N. C, 10. 20-23. 

advocate of popular measures, 10. 
xxxvi. 

and recognition of Transylvania by 
Cont. Congress, 10. 373, 375. 

alarmed by Martin's letter to White, 
10. 86. 

at Prov. Cong., 10. xxxv. 

bill to for goods for N. C, 10. 852. 

boxes sent to, 10. 756. 

brings in cannon, 11. 538. 

buys Pa. farmer and trouble over 
same, 12. 796-797, 853, 855. 

calls Hooper to Congress, 9. 1281. 

Caswell to on invasion of Va., 14. 
84; on lottery tickets, 18. 100- 
101; on public affairs, 18. 308- 
309. 

ch. com. of whole, 8. 344. 391. 

charters the King Tammany, 11. 
674. 

coms'r on building, 28. 683; 24. 
144, 238; on navigation, 24. 125; 
on town, 24. 152; 26. 505; to get 
arms and clothes, 12. 420, 422, 
426. 

committee on complaints of in case 
of brig Joseph, 10. 973, 996-997. 

conduct approved, 9. 1205; on Pa. 
Farmer investigated, 18. 543, 564- 
565, 639-640, 641, 665-666, 667. 

Council of Safety to on Cherokee 
war, etc., 11. 343-345, 349-351; 
on Mills, 11. 336; on public af- 
fairs, 11. 300-302. 

dead, 14. 223; 24. 390. 

delivers arms to Lamb, 18. 300, 
301, 302, 309; lottery tickets, 18. 
110, 111. 

discharged by assem. from bond, 
12. 121,. 125, 280. 

dropped as delegate to C. C, 11. 
470, 479. 

equals of, 10. xxxiv-xxxv. 

fair judge, 24. 284. 

falsehoods used against, 11. 504. 

Harrison to on public affairs and 
public men, 18. 61-62. 

in assembly, 6. 351, 352, 363, 376, 
381, 421, 428, 430. 460. 462, 470, 
482, 485, 497, 501, 514; 7. 303, 
304, 343, 357. 364, 365, 368. 374, 
378, 381, 563, 586, 588, 590, 634, 
635. 661, 664, 665, 901, 908, 910, 
913, 914, 942. 943, 946, 948, 951, 



HEWES, JOSEPH 



249 



HEWES, JOSEPH 



952, 960, 961, 965, 966. 969, 974; 
8. 106. 107, 305, 318, 326, 345, 381, 
406, 407, 411, 418, 419, 433. 444, 
454. 473; 9. 108, 128, 143, 144, 146, 
209, 223, 394, 407, 408, 417, 422. 
464, 484, 503, 512, 513, 514, 530. 
540, 589, 734. 735. 744, 745, 777. 
837, 874, 876, 882, 883, 896. 951. 
1188. 1189; 18. 626. 679, 690. 
in Prov. Cong., 9. xxxi, 1042, 1049. 
1179, 1180, 1181; 10. 166, 168,* 

173, 501, 915, 919. 

in Continental Congress, 9. 1047, 
1061, 1183; 10. 190, 204, 553. 977- 
978; 11. 337. 453, 457. 705; 12. 
v; 18. vii. 584. 689. 691, 814; 14. 
vii. 

introduces preachers to Bennehan, 
7. 149-150. 

Iredell to on British ministry, etc., 
and captures by privateers, 10. 
1035-1037; on movements of Bri- 
tish and independence, 10. 1038- 
1040; on work of Cont. Cong., etc., 
10. 1026-1027. 

Johnston to on raising troops and 
invasion of Clinton, 10. 494-495. 

nominated for C. C, 12. 26, 59. 

not a native and ignorant of feel- 
ing in N. C. 10. xxvil-xxvii, xxx, 
xxxii, xxxiii. 

on clothing troops. 11. 345-346. 
on com. of assembly, 6. 350, 364, 

368, 369, 453, 482, 483. 485; 7. 

297, 344, 345, 347, 366, 577. 649. 

663, 897, 936, 944; 8. 288. 306, 308, 

309; 9. 146, 152, 465, 484, 493, 502, 

711, 738, 739, 740, 787, 875. 940. 

1197, 1198, 1201; 18. 535. 543. 

563, 576, 577, 586, 589. 627. 630, 

632, 638, 639. 663, 664. 678. 679. 

680, 691, 692. 696, 697. 
on com. of correspondence. 7. 918, 

973; 9. 741, 1043; 11. vili. 
on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 168, 173, 

174, 919, 924, 925, 937, 942, 953. 
971, 972. 

on S. C. of Edenton, 9. 1134, 1135. 
owns brig Fanny, 10. 409-410. 
pays part of bill for goods. 10. 854, 

856. 
petition of executors of. 18. 12. 56. 

57. 61, 239, 243. 293, 295. i 

Pollock (Mrs. A.) to on attack on 

husband as loyalist, 10. 1027-1032.1 
port coms'r, 28. 667. I 

recommends McCartney, 9. 61-62. \ 



resigns from Cont. Cong., 18. 853, 
945 

returns to N. C. 10. 806, 810. 

salary to as delegate, 18. 347. 

school trustee, 28. 823. 

seal coms'r, 28. 988. 

sends newspapers to N. C, 9. 1281. 

sick, 14. 219. 

surety, 7. 717. 

thanked by Chowan S. C, 9. 1134; 
by Prov. Cong, and answer, 10. 
1.89-190; for services in C. C, 9. 
1181-1183. 

to on powder, etc., 16. 681. 

to a House in Edinburgh on situa- 
tion in N. C, 10. 122-123. 

to be informed of disposition of 
prisoners, 10. 542. 

to Caswell on Br. invasion of Va.. 
etc., 14. 82-83, 94-5; on buying 
vessels for foreign trade, 11. 435- 
436; on commissions for priva- 
teers, 11. 473; on disposition of 
arms and ammunition. 18. 300-301, 
307-308; on galleys, etc.; 11. 441- 
443; on movement of British, 18. 
299; on public affairs, 18. 84; 
14. 128-129; on wreck of French 
vessel, 18. 147. 

to consult with Caswell on ship- 
ping clothing north, 18. 17. 

to Council of Safety on ammuni- 
tion, etc., for N. C. 10. 754-757; 
on Cherokee war and public mat- 
ters, 10. 679-680; on clothing for 
soldiers, ammunition, etc., 10. 
718-722; on more troops and iron 
workers. 10. 804-807; on N. C. 
troops for N. Y., 10. 790-791; on 
pay and bounties for troops, 10. 
740-741; on powder. 10. 727-728. 

to fit out vessels, 12. 237, 244-245. 

to Iredell on his sickness and the 
Br. army, 10. 457-458. 

to Johnston ment'd, 11. 300; on act 
prohibiting trade and discord in 
C. C, 11. 288-289; on ^affairs in 
Cont. Cong, and in N. Y., 9. 1246- 
1247; on affairs in N. C. and 
Cont. Cong.. 10. 85-6; on appoint- 
ment of brigadiers. 10. 482-483; 
on arms and ammunition, etc., 
10. 604-606; on public affairs, 10. 
390-391. 445-448; 22. 752-4; and 
troops. 22. 514-518; on raising 
and arming troops, 10. 314-316; 
on troops, supplies, prisoners, 
etc., 22. 968-70. 



HEWES, JOSEPH 



250 



HICKORY CHURCH 



to N. Y. Prov. Cong, on powder, 10. 

84. 
to Prov. Council on Cherokee war, 

10. 730-732; on regulators, 8. 
xxii-xxiii. 

to receive money from Cont. Treas- 
ury, 14. 101; wagons, 18. 114, 
121. 

to run against Penn for Cont Cong., 

11. 720. 

to S. C. and Va. on Boston and 
other troubles, 11. 245-246, 247- 
248. 
to send war stores to N. C, 10. 355. 

Hewes, Joseph, army pay, 17. 220. 
army rank, 16. 1081. 

Hewes, Josiah, 8. 1068. 

Hewes and Smith, 28. 632. 

Hewetp Charles, in militia, 22. 161. 

Hewet, Ebenzl., army rank, 18. 1076. 

Hewet, Wm., in militia, 22. 161. 

Hewet of Cedar, sloop, 18. 95. 

Hewett, Edward, Juror, 4. 525. 

Hewett, James, constable, 22. 502. 

Hewett, Jeremiah, army rank, 16. 
1080. 

Hewett, Wm., takes oath, 22. 173. 

Hewlngs, Thos., army rank, 16. 1076. 

Hewit, Wm., voter, 16. 237. 

Hewitt, Mr., to make cartridges, 10. 
426. 

Hewitt, Bartholomew, Juror, 1. 567. 
witness, 1. 566. 

Hewitt, Ebenezer, in army, 16. 724. 

Hewitt, Solomon, to mould balls and 
deliver guns, 10. 337. 

Hewlett, Chas., army rank, 16. 1080.* 

Hewlett, Robt., army rank, 16. 1077. 

Hewling, Jacob, in army, ISf. 519. 

Hews. See Hewes, Hughes. 

Hews, Burrel, army rank, 16. 1077. 

Hews, Jas., army rank, 16. 1082. 

Hews, John, saddler, 16. 620. 

Hews, Solomon, tried for adultery, 2. 
704, 710-711. 

Hews, Willis, army rank, 16. 1084. 

Hews, Wm., army rank. 18. 1084. 

Hewtower, Oystan, petition on sepa- 
ration, 22. 705-11. 

Hex, Joseph, petitions for division of 
Orange Co., 8. 809-810. 

Hext, Capt., wounded, 16. 751. 

Hext, Wm., prisoner, 16. 671. 

Heylln, Henry, a J. P., 4. 953, 970. 

Heyiin's Cosmography, 22. 734. 

Heylyn, Hen., attends Board of Trade, 
4. 437. 

Heyselbein's (Hyselbein) Theoria 



Logica, 2. 584. 
Heyward. See Hay ward, Haywood. 
Heyward, Mr., 10. 791. 
Heyward, Capt., writes poem, 16. 394. 
Heyward, Thos., prisoner, 16. 392. 
Hey wood, John, report on regt., 22. 

313. 
Hi at. See Hyat. 

HIat, Solomon, in militia, 22. 359. 
HIawasaee (HIghwasa, Highwassat 

Hywasae), 6. 321; 7. 866; 17.585; 

22. 996, 998. 
Indians to be assembled, 10. 846. 
Sevier attacks Indians on, 22. 695, 

696, 718. 
HIawasaee Towns, 22. 137. 
Hibbins, Eliz., sells land, 1. 490. 
HIbbs, Jonathan, Juror, 4. 519. 
Hibbs, Jonathan, quit rents of, 22. 

249. 
HI bins, James, sells land, 1. 487. 
H lakes. See Hicks. 
HIckes, Robert, Juror, 2. 104. 
Hickey, David, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 
Hickey, Wm., in militia, 22. 417. 
Hickman, Lieut., recruiting money 

for, 11. 476, 485. 
Hickman, Chas., army rank, 16. 1080. 
Hlokman, Corbin, army pay, 17. 216. 
Hickman, Corbin, army pay, 17. 216. 
Hickman, Corbin, army rank, 18. 

1081. 
Hickman, Corbin, army rank, 18. 1081. 
Hickman, Edward, nom. for colonel, 

20. 565; 21. 123. 
officer, 18. 450, 458. 
Hickman, Edwin, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Hickman, Jacob, army rank, 16. 1086. 
Hickman, Jacob, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Hickman, John, army pay, 17. 221. 
Hickman, John, witness, 4. 760. 
Hickman, Joseph, signs Pitt Asso., 

10. 221. 
Hickman, Jos., to bring suit, 10. 670. 
Hickman, Sam'l, pensioner, 22. 70. 
Hickman, Thos., owes state, 21. 1073. 
Hickman, Wm., army rank, 18. 1074. 
Hickman, Wm., land grant to, 4. 628. 
Hlokman, Wm., on Surry S. C, 10. 

251. 
Hickman, Wm., regulator, 7. 809. 
Hickman, Wm., takes oath, 22. 172. 
Hickman, Wm., in militia, 22. 163. 
Hickory, N. C. 8. 732, 756. 
Hickory Charge, history, 8. 756-757. 
Hickory Church, 8. 759, 760. 
history, 8. 756. 



HICKORY CREEK 



25 1 HICOOTTOMON Y CREEK 



Hickory Creek, 24. 286. 

Hicks. See Hickes. 

Hicke, » receives pay for soldiers, 

17. 217. 

Hicks, Mr., 14. 26. 

Hicks, Capt., S. 778. 

Hicks, Capt., SS. 595. 

Hicks, BenJ., claims for negro exe- 
cuted, 17. 278. 
slave tried, 19. 413, 738, 739. 741; 
20. 8. 

Hicks, C. Tubal, army rank, 16. 1078. 

Hicks, Charles, army pay, 17. 221. 
army rank, 16. 1085. 

Hicks, Daniel, building coms'r, 24. 
642. 

Hicks, Dan, in militia, 22. 339. 

Hicks, David, in militia, 22. 266. 

Hicks, David, juror, 2. 358, 477, 646, 
686. 

Htcks, David, juror, 26. 188. 

Hicks, David, land grant to, 4. 1032. 

Hicks, Dempsey, army rank, 16. 1084. 

Hicks, Elizabeth, quit rei^s of. 22. 
. 241. 

Hicks, G., leads public meeting, 10. 
125. 

Hicks, Geo., claims, 20. 57, 63; con- 
sidered, 17. 347. 
to Gates on prisoners and Tories, 

14. 537-538. 
to Nash on prisoners, 16. 63. 

Hicks, Giles, land grant to, 4. 57. 

Hicks, Harris, pensioner, 22, 76. 

Hicks, Hassell, army rank, 18. 1081. 

Hicks, Henry, army pay, 17. 217. 
army rank, 18. 1076. 

Hicks, Henry, army rank, 16. 1084. 

Hicks, Hugh, church commissioner,, 
2. 874. 

Hicks, Isaac, land warrant to, 18.164, 
406. 

Hicks, James, army rank, 16. 1075. 

Hicks, James, exempted, 7. 353. 

Hicks, John, a J. P., 4. 889. 
land grant to, 4. 595; warrant to, 
4. 852. 

Hicks, J no., army rank, 10. 1075. 

Hicks, John, juror, 2. 80. 

Hicks, John, petitions on county 
bounds, 8. 633-634. 

Hicks, John Harris, 18. 755, 763. 

Hicks, Lewis, army pay, 17. 216. 
ensign, 22. 925. 
petition considered, 18. 96-97. 
sheriff, 21. 1076. 

to Caswell on resigning his com- 
mission, 11. 672-673. 



Hicks, MIcaja, army rank, 16. 1082. 
Hicks, MIcaja, army rank, 18. 1084. 
Hicks, Micajah, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Hicks, l\Ailes, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hicks, Patrick, petitions on county 

bounds, 8. 633-635. 
Hicks, Robert, asks for lapsed land, 

2. 354. 
clerk, 2. 609, 610, 612. 616, 620, 621.; 

of assem., 2. 1, 527, 575; of court, 

2. 265. 
collects quit rents, 2. 727, 729. 
juror, 2. 477, 543, 655, 664, 666, 821, 

826, 830; 8. 53. 
land lapses, 2. 489. 
patents land, %. 181, 673, 678. 
resisted by Allen, 2. 719. 
tries to get lapsed land, 2. 451-452. 
witness, 2. 101, 521. 
Hicks, Robert, caveat against, 8. 759. 
Hicks, Robert, in militia, 22. 314. 
Hicks, Robt., in miliUa, 22. 365. 
Hicks, Robert, wants to be militia 

captain, 6. 425. 
Hicks, Robert, takes oath, 22. 170. 
Hicks, Simon, tried, 20. 8. 
Hioks, Stephen, in militia, 22. 161. 
Hicks, Stephen, takes oath, 22. 174. 
Hicks, Thos., army rank, 16. 1078. 
Hicks, Thos., building coms'r, 24. 151. 
Hicks, Thomas, juror, 2. 80. 
Hicks, Thos., in assembly, 8. 1188, 

1189; 12. 655. 656. 666, 698, 736, 

816, 873, 879; 18. 625, 674; 17. 

888, 936. 947. 948, 953, 963; 18. 

376. 378, 392. 
Hicks, Thomas, report on militia, 22. 

337, 339-41. 
Hicks, Thomas, takes oath, 22. 170. 
Hicks, Trubei, army pay, 17. 220. 
Hicks, Wm., ensign. 10. 944. 
Hicks, Wm., in militia, 22. 365. 
Hicks, Wm., in militia, 22. 367. 
Hicks, Wm., in militia, 22. 375. 
Hicks, Wm., wants to be militia cap- 
tain. 6. 425. 
Hicks' Ford, Va., 11. 835; 16. 379, 

382. 
Br. at, 16. 545. 550. 

Hiokson, i in assembly, 21. 331. 

Hickson, Walter, felon, 7. 654; 22. 

862. 
Hickson, Wm., juror, 4. 519. 
HIco, requisition from, 8. 715. 
HIco Creek. 28. 383, 391. 
HIco River, Presbyterians on, 6. 1193, 

1197, 1203, 1204, 1212, 1213. 1217. 
Hicoottomony Creek, 2. 786, 790. 



HIDE 



252 



HIGHLANDERS 



Hide. See Hyde. 
Hide, Andrew, in army, 16. 728. 
Hide, Edward. See Hyde, Edward. 
Hide, Saf., army rank, 16. 1081. 
Hide, Wm., petitioh against marriage 

act, 9. 623-624. 
Hider, l\Alchael, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 
Hides, act against exportation, 28. 

286-7, 339, 614; S6. 10-11, 238; 

to repeal act on exportation, 28. 

419-20. 
bill to forbid exportation, 4. 902, 

903, 904. 905, 916; 20. 569; 21. 

127, 128; 21. 217, 223. 226. 240. 

283-284, 288, 289-S90, 582, 589, 602. 
duty on exports asked, 6. 745-746. 
Hiegh. See Heigh, Heith, High. 
Hiegh, SamM, in militia, 22. 351. 
Hieghe, Samuel, report on militia co., 

22. 344, 350-1. 
Hiembergh, Fred., army rank, 16. 

1072. 
H iff amen, John, army pay, 17. 219. 
Hifferman, Jamea, army pay, 17. 220. 
Higdon, John, land grant to, 4. 801. 
Higgans' Bridge, 22. 319. 
Higgard, l\Ao8e8, army pay, 17. 218. 
Higgenbottome, Lt. Coi., a gentleman 

of Barbadoes, 1. 151. 
HIggens, l^ichael, claims allowed, 22. 

403. 
Higginbottom, George, land grant to, 

4. 1253. 
Higgins, l\Ar., claims, 4. 751. 
Higgins, Lieut., court martialed, 12. 

485. 
Higgins, Benj., lieut, 22. 921, 926. 
Higgins, James, regulator, 7. 809. 
Higgins, John, regulator, 7. 809. 
Higgins, Michael, act for him to build 

bridge, 28. 346; 26. 240. 
bil'l to have bridge built by, 4. 1055. 

1056, 1057, 1061, 1064. 
gives land for church, 26. 243. 
land grant to, 4. 950,. 1034, 1037. 
petitions for bridge, 4. 783, 785. 
rights proved, 4. 596, 1033. 
Higgins, Peter, army rank, 16. 1076. 
Higgins, Thos., army rank, 16. 1076. 
Higgins, Wm., a J. P., 23. 995. 
Higgins, Wm., regulator, 7. 809. 
Higginson, Richard, against sale of 

arms to Indians, 2. 201-202. 
Higginson, Richard, asks aid for S. 

C, 2. 196-199. 
High. See Heigh. Heith, Hiegh. 
High, Alsop, lieut., 10. 517. 



High, Gardner, pensioner, 22. 70. 

High, John, murders Walton and se- 
curities, 18. 174-5. 

High, Samuel, act for gap in dam of, 
25. 109. 
bill on mill dam. 21. 800, 837, 964, 

968, 989, 995, 1001. 
petition, 21. 964. 
resigns as J. P., 18. 23, 24, 253. 

High Constable of Carolina, first, 1. 
179, 180. 

High Germany, 4. 278. 

High Hill Creek, 8. C, 8. 776. 

High Hills of Randolph Co., 22. 152. 

High Hills of Santee, S. C, 14. 188. 
335, 726; 16. 277. 279, 534, 566. 
603, 637, 656; 16. 631, 668, 881; 
22. 93, 95. 96. 102, 104, 105. 
battle at, .22. 730. 
British go to, 14. 542, 553; move- 
ments about, 16. 655; on, 14. 748. 
Caswell on, 14. 830. 
Tarleton destroys property on, 14. 

746. 
Tories on, 16. 288; defeated on, 
16. 303. 

High Land Point on Cape Fear, 
named, 1. 70. 

High Rider, Indian, asked for as tra- 
der, 11. 184, 192. 

High Rocl(, 18. 115; 16. 473; 22. 101. 
British cross Haw River at, 16. 428. 

High Rock Ford. 16. 473; 22. 142, 
148. 

High Rock l^ountain, 24. 160. 

High Rocl<y Ford, 19. 852. 

High Schools, of Baptists. 6. 1185. 

High Steward of Carolina, first, 1. 
179. 
second, 1. 180. 

High Steward's Court, organization 
and powers, 1. 192, 195; 26. 128. 

High treason, definition and punish- 
ment. 24. 9-12, 85-89, 124, 213, 329, 
395, 427, 490. 

High. See Heigh, Heith. Hiegh. 

Highe. Samuel, a J. P., 4. 895. 

Highfield, Hezl<., army rank. 16. 1085. 

Highland Fortifications, threatened, 
11. 437. 

Highland gentlemen, protect Burke 
as prisoner, 16. 13. 

Highland Regiment, in Br. service, 14. 
822. 

Highland settlements, 16. 286. 

Highlanders, accompany Clinton to 
N. C, 10. 412. 



HIGHLANDERS 



253 



HILL, CAPT. 



arrive in N. C, and loyal to gov't, 

10. 324-326. 
attachment to British to be secured, 

10. 421. 
banished to Cape Fear, 6. 1195-1196, 

1209. 
captured, 22. iv, 761. 
com. to confer with and explain 

troubles to, 10. 173-174. 
conspiracies of ment'd, 11. 603. 
Cornwallis depends on, 16. 282. 
declare for neutrality, 10. 266, 268. 
defeated at Moore's Creek, 11. 279, 

280, 281, 286-287. 
disappoint Cornwallis, 17. 1011, 

1015-1016. 
dispersed, 10. 469; 11. 283. 
driven into their works at Stono, 

14. 313, 315. 
efforts to cause a rising among, 18. 

368. 
embark on Br. fleet, 18. 326, 327. 
expedition against, 10. 950; 11. 

299; 12. 707. 
follow Pretender, 6. 1195. 
in arms, 10. 465, 466, 468. 
in battle of Moore's Creek, 10. 

xxvi, xxxiv; of Stono, 14. 121, 

130. 
in expedition against Charleston, 

22. 617. 
in regulation war, 18. 846. 
incensed by Alston, 22. 550. 
incited against Americans, 10. 714. 
Insurrection of, 10. 475, 477, 479, 

481, 485, 488, 491. 492, 581, 588; 

18. 57; suppressed, 10. xiv. 
join McNeil, 16. 610. 
loyal, 8. 1167, 1174; 10. 45-7. 
Macleane to raise regt. of, 10. 89- 

90. 
Martin on position of in N. C, 22. 

616-18. 
Moores' Creek prisoners removed 

from State, 10. 544-545, 547-549. 
number in Va., 16. 157. 
offer to enter service, 10. 13; to 

form regt. for Cornwallis, 16. 

260. 
organized in British service, 18. 

vi-vii. 
preacher to be employed to travel 

among, 8. xxiii;to be sent to ex- 
plain American cause, 10. 338. 
prisoners of war, 11. 392. 
reasons for delay in calling them 

out, 10. 98. 
recruiting of considered, 14. 465. 



regiments of desired, 10. 267. 

to be arrested, 14. ill. 

to be disarmed, 18. 644, 647. 

to be passed on to N. C, 10. 346. 

to be recruited for Br. army, 10. 
248. 

to be sent to S. C, 6. 766. 

with Br., 14. 865. 
Highlands, N. Y., to be fortified, 10. 

431. 
Highlands, The (Maine), 16. 749, 750; 

17. 5. 

Highlands of Scotland, Presbyterians 

from, 6. 1194, 1198. 
Highlands of the Hudson River, 11. 

668; 12. 506, 543. 
HIghman, Abel, army pay, 17. 218. 
Highman, Hugh, juror, 4. 523. 
Highsmith, Moses, pensioner, 22. 69. 
HIghtowa, 17. 586. 
Hightower, George, in Indian War, 

10. 760. 
Hightower, Oldham, Wautauga to be 

annexed, 10. 708-711. 
Hightower, Robert, allowance to, 18. 

371; 20. 17, 23; 22. 842. 
certificate of returned, 16. 507. 
claims allowed, 17. 292. 
payment to for paper, 17. 959, 961. 
tobacco furnished to, 17. 860. 
Hightown, 18. 605. 
HIglar, John, claim allowed, 6. 981. 
HIgoon, John, petition of discussed, 

18. 150-151, 158-159. 

Hilbert, Jno., army rank, 18. 1081. 

Hilbert, NIch, law suit, 1. 584. 

Hllborn, Vann, in militia, 22. 282. 

Hlldlbrand, Conrad (Comrade), peti- 
tion rejected, 18. 20. 
powder of to be seized, 10. 9, 137. 

HIiger, John, petition of considered, 
12. 235. 

Hiigore, BenJ., witness, 10. 593. 

Hill, » asked for by Gamble, 16. 

567. 

Hill, Mr., 11. 809. 

Hill, Mr., 26. 237. 

Hill, Mr., buys state tobacco, 20. 407. 

Hiil, Mr., dead and character, 18. 
975, 976. 

Hill, Mr., denied a vote, 18. 945. 

Hill, Mr., in assembly, 4. 651. 

Hili, Mr., letter ment'd, 4. 1155. 

Hill, Mr., on com. of assem., 17. 295, 
329, 343. 

Hill, Capt., commands company, 18. 
680. 
court martialed, 10. 744. 



HILL, COL. 



254 



HILL, EBIZABETH 



reports on Tories, 16. 555. 
troops from^ 16. 73. 
Hilt, CoU SS. 106. 
commands N. C. troops, 19. 980; 

2S. 731. 
headquarters at house of, 12. 480. 
Hill, Col. (Amer.)p 22. 565. 
Hill, Ensign, stores to, 16. 597. 
Hill, Justice, takes deposition, 7. 94. 
Hill, Lt., 16. 472; 18. 644. 
bad treatment of, 12. 543-544. 
rank, 16. 665, 666. 
Hill, MaJ., 14. 96. 

Hill, Aaron, administers oath, 17. 293. 
building coms'r, 24. 541. 
In assembly, 17. 269, 283, 287. 293, 
301, 304, 354, 359, 364, 365, 366, 
368, 387, 391, 394, 395, 409, 425; 
19. 718, 719, 722, 773. 794, 804, 
808, 816, 821, 824, 835; 21. 194, 
196, 198, 226, 234. 257, 432, 606. 
resigns as J. P., 21. 213, 580, 585. 
Hill, Aaron, declares independence, 
10. 612. 
petition against as captain* 10. 847. 
Hiil, Aaron, in militia, 22. 353. 
Hill, Aaron, in militia, 22. 357. 
Hill, Aaron, land grant to, 4. 587, 638. 

rights proved, 4. 625. 
Hill, Abraham, 2. 805. 
on att'ys gen. for colonies, 1. 463* 

464. 
on boundary dispute, 1. 525-526. 
on pirates, 1. 475-6. 
on proprietary colonies, 1. 535, 537- 
8, 539-40. 
Hill, Abraham, a J. P., 28. 995. 
Hill, Abraham, in militia, 22. 357. 
Hiil, Abraham, Juror, 4. 517. 

land grant to, 4. 588. 
Hill, Abraham, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Hill, Abraham, petitions on county 

bounds, 9. 633-634. 
Hill, Abraham, Jr.. in militia, 22. 355. 
Hill, Absey, slave, 24. 528. 
HIM, Aggy, slave, 24. 528. 
Hill, Ambrose, in militia, 22. 340. 
Hill, Bacchus, executed, 22. 850. 
Hill, BenJ., 8. 71. 

Hill, BenJ., a J. P., 2. 676; 8. 418; 4. 
346, 800. 
advises members not to attend as- 
sembly, 4. 1196-1197. 
agrees not to attend assembly, 4. 

1190. 1191, 1193, 1194, 1201-1202. 
binds out free negroes, 8. 556-557, 

585. 
defeats work of assembly, 4. 1186. 



deposition ment'd, 4. 1233; on de- 
feat of impeachment of Smith, 4. 
1207-1208, 1215-1216. 
gathers evidence, 4. 1102. 
in assembly, 4. 360, 377, 381, 387, 
414, 493, 498, '503, 508, 560, 564, 
651, 714, 716, 719, 724, 726, 729, 
730, 732, 771, 773, 777, 781, 816. 
818, 820, 827, 828. 830, 1181. 
in council, 8. 628, 629. 
injures Joumakin by a road, 4. 138. 
Juror, 2. 666, 686; 8. 53; 4. 521. 
land grant asked, 4. 631; grant to, 

4. 75, 631, 766. 
letter to ment'd, 4. 1030; to Mc- 

CuUoh ment'd, 4. 1237. 
nominates Hodgson for speaker, 4. 

493. 
obstructs assembly, 4. 1215. 
on committee of assembly, 4. 233, 
381, 389, 393, 409, 476, 494, 
495, 502. 555, 722. 816. 817. 
petition and land grant to. 4. 629- 

30. 
quit rents of. 22. 241. 
struggle over representation act, 
4. 1158-1160, 1161, 1167, 1168-1169, 
1183-1188, 1203-1204. 
summons refused to, 4. 1206. 
terms for payment of quit rents, 4. 

247-8. 
to McCuUoh on depositions and 
evidence against Gov. Johnston, 
4. 1097-1100. 
tries to induce sheriff to return 5 

members, 4. 1194-5. 
vestryman, 26. 210. 
Hill, Benj., in militia, 22. 353. 
Hill, BenJ., Juror. 4. 522. 
Hill, BenJ., quoted, 22. 588. 
Hill, BenJ., Jr., dead, 4. 1100. 
Hill, Bennit, a J. P., 28. 995. 
commissioner to sell church land, 
24. 872. 
Hiil, Cadar, petitions on county 

bounds. 9. 633-634. 
Hill, D., in assembly, 17. 304, 354, 359, 
364, 365, 366, 368, 387, 391, 394, 
395, 424. 
Hill, David, in militia, 17. 1054. 
Hill, Edward, at Virginia council, 1. 
505. 
Judge, 1. 490; of admiralty, 1. 510, 

515. 
to be Judge, 1. 462. 
Hill, Edward, staff officer, 16. 450. 
Hiil, Elisha, slave, 24. 528. 
Hill, Elizabeth, land grant to, 4. 217, 



HILL, ELIZ. HENRY 



255 



HILL, HENRY 



890, 968. 
Hiliv Eliz. Henry, act for guardian to 

convey slayes, 24. 527-8. 
slaves sold, 10. 158, 188, 195, 275, 

277, 311, 314, 322. 
Hill, Ephrlam, 6. 1203. 
Hilly Dr. F. J., delegate to Lutheran 

Synod, 8. 791. 
Hill, Fra., asks help of Va., 1. 819-20. 
Hill, Francis, arrested for not going 

to war, S. 125. 
Hill, Francis, exempted, 4. 742. 
Hill, Geo., army rank, 16. 1081. 
Hill, Geo., in miUtia, 22. 379. 
Hill, George, Indian slave, 8. 218. 
Hill, Green, 14. 162; 18. 144. 
a J. P., 28. 993. 
accounts as treasurer, 18. 652, 653, 

669, 680. 684, 685. 
army rank, 18. 1082. 
Caswell to on Council of State, 18. 

510. 
in assembly, O. 1188, 1189; 12. 272, 

285, 305, 310, 316, 320, 322, 325, 

326, 328, 329, 330, 331, 354, 368, 

377, 378, 380, 399, 408. 424, 429, 

433, 441; 18. 755, 784, 786, 802, 

808, 811, 812, 813, 824, 913; 18. 

371. 375, 381. 
In C. of S.. 20. 49, 50. 
in Prov. Cong., 6. 1214; 8. 1042, 

1049, 1178, 1180, 1181; 10. 164. 

166, 172, 500, 502. 
letter on money ment'd, 14. 439. 
major. 10. 530. 
nom. for C. C, 20. 29; for C. C. and 

C. of State, 17. 310, 318. 337. 338. 
on com. of assem., 8. 1197; 12. 11, 

126. 129, 142, 156, 258, 284, 287. 

304. 319, 333, 340, 424, 439, 440, 

445; 18. 740, 741, 787, 790, 791, 

793, 794, 795; of Prov. Cong., 10. 

180, 502. 504, 515. 555. 
owes state, 21. 1068. 
IMtys over worn out bills, 20. 45. 
report in favor of, 21. 324, 368, 643, 

672-673. 694. 
reports on accounts, 18. 92, 96, 105, 

326, 338. 
sells horse, 18. 928. 
to advance money to Blount, 18. 

844, 933-934, 936. 
to sign bills of credit, 10. 578. 
treasurer, 18. 765, 766; 18. 148, 168, 

175; 17. 857, 859, 941, 956; 18. 

804, 806, 817; 18. 119, 123, 184, 

188, 202, 259, 311, 312. 331, 637. 
trouble as clerk of court, 18. 81-2. 



vestryman, 28. 499. 
HIM, Green, land grant to, 4. 627. 
Hill, Guy, in miUtia, 22. 357. 
HIM, Har, land grant to, 4. 344. 
Hill, Harman, juror, 4. 525. 
Hill, Harman, juror, 26. 189. 
Hill (Hills), Henry, a J. P., 8. 636. 

buys land of Indians, 4. 630-631, 713- 
714. 802. 

juror, 4. 517. 

land grant to, 4. 619. 

petition for approval of land pur- 
chase from Indians, 4. 1254. 

witness. 6. 329. 
Hill, Henry, a J. P., 18. 82; 28. 993. 

act for slaves of to be sold, 24. 527- 
8. 

army pay, 17. 218. 

errs on assessment, 18. 302. 

in assembly, 17. 635, 648, 705. 707, 
785. 794, 795, 935; 18. 15. 23, 24, 
31, 37, 39. 53. 90, 112, 120, 134, 
135, 136, 154, 155, 156, 161, 166. 
171, 185; 18. 1, 2, 3, 9, 29, 30, 36, 
59, 82r, 87, 89, 97, 105, 115, 116, 
120; 20. 10, 13, 16, 18, 20, 21, 24, 
25, 26, 30, 38, 39, 46, 48, 
55, 57, 135. 176. 183, 229, 
277. 301, 302, 305, 313. 328. 
336, 346, 347, 351, 355, 357, 360, 
363, 364, 366, 369, 372, 378, 280, 
382, 388. 390, 416, 420, 455, 462; 
21. 2. 9, 10, 31, 47. 52, 60, 66, 68, 
74, 77. 110. 115, 121, 130, 133 160, 
168, 179, 183, 184, WO, 657, 658, 
667, 668, 671, 673, 674, 680, 682, 
694, 695, 696, 697, 700, 726, 727, 
729, 731, 732, 733, 746, 750, 753, 
755, 763, 765. 770, 780, 781, 784, 
787, 794, 797. 798, 799, 801. 802, 
806, 815, 831, 834, 839, 845, 846, 
852, 856. 860, 862, 867, 868, 916, 
943, 944, 966. 

in Conv. 1788, 22. 2, 8, 26, 28, 31, 



in Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 46, 47, 48, 49, 
on com. of assem., 17. 294. 314, 329, 

343, 648, 736, 799, 888; 18. 54, 80, 

91, 151. 159, 160. 172, 177, 208, 

316, 334, 374, 411. 
petition. 20. 200, 215, 383, 389-390, 

518, 521, 534; 21. 62, 82, 89, 192(?) 
resigns as J. P., 21. 747. 
tax actions wrong, 18. 177. 
town coms'r, 28. 774. 
Hill, Henry, acquitted as J. P., 8. 372. 
complaints against as J. P., 8. 70, 

71, 274. 



HILL, HENRY 



256 



HILL, MARY 



claim, 9. 489. 
Hillp Henry, dead, 9. 296. 
Hill, Henry, in assembly, 21. 871,873, 
887, 899. 905, 925, 927. 929, 930, 
931, 943, 945, 953, 958, 985, 993, 
1006, 1012, 1013, 1015, 1032. 
Hill, Henry, in Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 46, 

47, 48, 49. 
Hill, Henry, in militia, 22. 355. 
Hill, Henry, in militia, 22. 357. 
Hili, Henry, poll holder, 18. 676. 
Hill, Herman, land grant to, 4. 443, 

590. 
Hill. Hugh, army pay, 17. 217. 
Hill, Hugh, army pay, 17. 218. 
Hill, Uaac, a justice, 2. 535, 555, 558, 
585-590; 8. 215, 251. 
a J. P., 2. 526, 818. 
commission as assistant justice, 8. 

491-2. 
in assembly, 2. 575; 8. 275, 285, 286, 

291, 562. 579. 612. 
juror, 2. 398, 433, 477, 552. 
on com. of House, 8. 590, 604, 609. 
petitions for return of slave from 
Indians, 8. 218. 
Hill, Isaac, in militia, 22. 355. 
Hill, Isaac, juror, 4. 523. 
Hill, Isaac, land grant to, 4. 619. 
Hill, Isaiah (Isaac?), in assem., 2. 

608, 623. 
Hill, James, a judge, 1. 316. 
aids Miller to escape prison, 1. 316. 
causes trouble in Albemarle, 1. 327. 
deputy to Duke of Albemarle, 1. 

250, 253. 
guarded by soldiers and seized, 1. 

250. 
refuses to sign paper, 1. 251. 
Hill, James, pensioner. 22. 68. 
Hili, James, petition on cattle and 

hides. 6. 745-746. 
Hill, James, town coms'r, 24. 176. 
Hill, Jese, army rank, 16. 1082. 
Hill, John, 2. 776, 783. 
Hill, John, army pay, 17. 220. 
Hill, John, army rank, 16. 749. 
Hill, Jnc, army rank, 16. 1079. 
Hill, Jnc, army rank, 16. 1079. 
Hill, Jnc, army rank, 16. 1081. 
Hili, Jnc, army rank, 16. 1082. 
Hill, John, claim, 21. 218, 226, 591. 
Hill, John, coms'r on pub. buildings, 
28. 964; 24. 19; on school. 24. 
984; on town, 24. 846; 26. 248. 
Hili, John, Cont. lieut, 22. 1049. 
Hill, John, in army, 18. 519. 
Hill, John, in army, 16. 726. 



Hill, John, in assem., 6. 427; on com. 

of assem., 8. 364. 
Hill, Jnc, in miliUa, 22. 307. 
Hill, John, in militia. 22. 317. 
Hill, John, in militia, 22. 320, 321. 
Hili, John, Indian commissioner, 6. 

31. 
Hill, John, juror, 2. 556. 
Hill, John, juror, 4. 523. 
Hili, John, juror, 22. 502. 
Hill, Jno^ juror, 26. 188. 
Hill, J no., juror, 26. 189. 
Hill, John, land grant to, 4. 56, 271. 

650, 1250. 
Hill, John, officer, 18. 486. 
Hill, John, patroler, 10. 63. 
Hill, John, petition on C. H., 9. 806- 

807. 
Hill, John, promoted, 17. 142. 
Hill, John, rank, 18. 609. 
Hiil, John, trustee of Church, 24. 

757. 
Hill, Jordan, building coms'r, 24. 836. 
in assem., 20. 119, 121, 142, 148, 

155, 157, 168, 180, 229, 239, 240. 

246, 276, 287. 288, 327, 520, 592. 

597; 21. 1, 3, 31, 47, 52. 60. 66. 

68, 74, 77, 109, 115, 121, 130, 154. 

160. 168, 179. 180, 184, 189, 198. 

195, 198, 226. 233, 264, 273, 288. 

294, 332, 344, 345, 366, 367, 372. 

379, 382, 398, 403. 404. 411. 412. 

431. .627, 709. 714. 784, 818, 871, 

873, 946, 965. 970, 980, 999, 1004, 

1006, 1012, 1013, 1015, 1021, 1031, 

1032, 1050. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 46. 
school trustee, 24. 876. 
Hili, Joseph, army pay, 17. 221. 
army rank, 18. 1081. 
in assem., 20. 475, 496, 507, 514, 

516, 517, 519, 520, 523, 526, 527. 

543, 545, 546, 547, 550, 554, 555. 

559. 563, 567. 571. 574, 586, 591. 
petition on who are tithables, 9. 

97-98. 
Hill, Joseph, exempted, O. 878. 
Hiil, Jos. Blount, town coms'r, 24. 

773. 
Hill, Joshua, in militia, 22. 321. 
Hiil, Joshua, in militia, 22. 322. 
Hill, Joshua, land grant to. 4. 1245. 
Hill, Joshua, pensioner. 22. 70. 
Hill, Jse., tried for swearing, 2. 443. 
Hill, Martha, slave of executed, 

850. 
Hill, Mary, property for, 1. 400. 
Hili, Mary, land grant to, 4. 329. 



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257 



HILL, WHITMELL 



Hill, Michael, deserts land, 6. 227. 
HIM, Moses, army pay, 17. 217. 

army rank, 16. 1080. 
Hill, Moses, Juror, 4. 517. 
Hill, Moses, Juror, 26. 186. 
Hill, Moses, quit rents of, S2. 256. 
Hill, Moss, Juror, 2. 366. 
Hill, Nat, Juror, 4. 522. 
Hill, Nathan, In miUtla, 22. 399. 
Hill, Nath'l, a J. P., 2. 540. 
Hill, Nathaniel, a J. P., 4. 1039. 
Hill, Owen, land grant to, 4. 277. 
Hill, Reuben, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hill, Richard, 28. 820. 
Hill, Richard, appraiser, 2. 105. 

asks help of Va., 1. 819-820. 
Hill, Richd., army rank, 16. 1083. 
Hill, Rich, Juror, 26. 190. 
Hill, Robert, army rank, 16. 1083. 
Hill, Robert, claims, 4. 149. 
Hill. Robert, in miUUa, 17. 1042. 
Hill, Robert, juror, 4. 524. 
Hill, Robert, land grant to, 4. 331. 

619, 767. 
Hill, Robert, quit rents of, 22. 245. 
Hill, Robert, Jr., land grant asked, 4. 

709. 
Hill, Robert, Sr.> pensioner, 22. 70. 
Hill, Roger, asks help of Va., 1. 819- 

820. 
Hill, Samuel, act for town on land of, 

24. 609-11. 
In assembly, 18. 784, 786, 802, 812, 

813, 824; 16. 380, 385. 
lieut col., 14. 320; 22. 965. 
Hill, Sam'l, pensioner, 22. 70. 
Hill, Samuel, property for, 1. 400. 
Hill, Samuel, signs commission of 

McCuUoh as commissary, 6. 617- 

621. 
Hill, Sclpio (or Hill Scipio?), army 

rank, 16. 1164. 
Hill, Solomon, army rank, 16. 1085. 
Hill, Stephen, executed, 22. 862. 
Hill, Stephen, in militia, 22. 322. 
Hill, Thos(?), 4. 1223. 
Hill, Thos., act for him to convey 

slaves, 24. 527-8. 
bill to give power of sale to, 1 6. 158, 

188, 195, 275, 277, 311, 314, 322. 
memorial, 26. 383-384, 394, 518, 521. 
Hlii, Thos., allowance to, 26. 209. 
Hill, Thomas, army pay, 17. 216. 
Hill, Thos., army rank, 16. 1075. 
Hill, Thos., army rank, 16. 1082. 
Hill, Thos., in militia, 22. 358. 
Hill, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 616, 

628, 638. 



Hill, Thos., McCuUoh to on failure of 

Board of Trade to support him, 

11. 103-104; to on S. C. act to 

remedy rent roll, 11. 102-103. 

to Enoch Hall on his return to N. 

C, 6. 16. 
to Johnston on McCulloh's memor- 
ial, 4. 1081-1082. 

Hill, Thomas, petition on cattle and 
hides, 6. 745-746. 
rights proved, 4. 598. 

Hill, Thomas, regulator, 7. 737. 

Hill, Thos., resigns as J. P., 16. 230, 
366. 

Hill, W., 14. 10, 11, 254, 348. 

Hill, W., a J. P., 22. 431, 470. 

Hill, W., in assem., 26. 500, 505, 
507, 513, 514, 516, 517, 519, 520, 
523, 525, 526. 527, 528, 536, 543, 
545, 546, 547, 550, 551, 554, 555, 
559, 563, 564, 567, 571, 573, 574, 
. 576, 586, 588, 591. 

Hill, W., on confiscation act, 16. 203- 
5. 

Hill, W. H., 16. 964. 

Hill, W. H., in Conv. 1789, 22. 47, 49. 

Hill, Whitmell (Whltmill), 18. 306, 

329, 483, 494; 14. 859. 
a J. P., 16. 693; 28. 994. 

act for town on lands of, 24. 773-4. 
allowance to, 18. 610, 612. 724, 909; 

for money advanced, 12. 611. 
bill for town on lands of, 17. 287, 

291, 339, 381, 392; 26. 20. 55, 90. 
colonel of miUtia, 12. 600, 708, 777. 

832. 
coms'r on navigation, 24. 931, 966. 
committee on accts of, 16. 100, 103, 

291, 292, 294; on Barrity case, 17. 

775. 
ill, 21. 545. 
in assembly, 12. 282, 316, 328, 329. 

330, 331, 354, 368, 377, 378, 424, 
433, 549, 788; 16.* 138, 141, 149. 
157, 158, 162, 168, 175, 176, 184, 
205, 211, 215, 216. 218, 249, 251, 
257, 267. 275, 276, 282, 298, 308, 
335, 342. 351, 353, 372, 375, 418, 
422, 481. 482. 487, 510, 586, 605, 755, 
778. 806; 21. 35, 37, 46, 51, 60, 
81, 103. 140, 148, 204, 270, 274, 
311. 598, 599, 619, 622, 641, 643. 
647, 649, 650, 680. 

in Cont. Cong., 12. 772, 774, 830, 
831; 18. 218, 219, 814, 853, 855, 
945, 948, 960; 14. vii; 16. 119; 
16. 465. 809. 907. 908; 22. 519, 
520, 981. 



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258 



HILL, WILLIAM 



in Conv. 1788, SS. 2. 12, 25, 30, 32. 
in C. of State. 16. 90; 17. 859, 956; 

19. 57, 869. 875, 878; 2S. 226, 

228, 417, 421, 491, 500; 21. 19, 

37. 261, 611. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 165, 167, 173, 

501. 523, 914. 924. 
letter from ment'd, 14. 460; con- 
sidered. 17. 674. 675. 
lieut. col., 10. 205, 531. 
Miller to on capture of sons, 16. 

415. 
movements. 16. 427. 
Nash to declining to serve as dele- 
gate to C. C. 18. 402. 
nom. as colonel, 18. 393; for Cont. 

Cong., 12. 59. 
on com. of assembly, 12. 9, 11, 39, 

126, 142, 146, 147, 284, 300, 304, 

306. 340, 560, 666; 18. 742. 
on com. of Prov. Cong.. 10. 175, 504, 

521, 522, 527, 567, 924, 942, 951, 

953, 954. 
on com. to inquire into conduct of 

loyalists, 10. 594-603. 
on Council of Safety, 10. 581, 619, 

684. 
on ProY. Council, 10. 214, 283, 349, 

470. 
on public debts and public faith, 

19. 894-897. 
opposes choice of Clark as briga- 
dier. 16. 746-748. 
pays for firewood, 16. 745. 
reports accounts in procuring arms 

and ammunition. 10. 642-643; on 

conspiracy. 11. 510. 
resigns as colonel of militia, 17. 

362. 
resolve in favor of, 19. 174, 176; 

on settlement of accounts of, 16. 

145-146. 
signs act as speaker of senate, 12. 

654; 24. 183. 
speaker of Senate, 12. 549, 551, 552, 

553. 556, 560, 563. 565. 567. 568. 

570, 571, 574. 579. 581. 583. 586. 

597, 599. 601, 603, 606, 607, 609, 

612. 613, 615. 616, 619, 621, 623, 

630, 632. 633, 634. 635. 636. 641. 

642. 646, 650. 652, 654. 764. 765. 

774; 18. 408. 452. 
summoned before assem. to report 

on C. C, 18. 833. 922. 926. 
support of in C. C. 17. 706-707. 709. 

714. 755. 765. 791. 
thanked, 18. 854. 945-947. 
to Burke on Arnold's treason. 16. 



91-94; on movements of Br., etc., 
22. 533-4; on public affairs, 14. 
1-4; 16. 56-8, 91-4; on Va. and 
N. C. troops, 14. 75-77. 

to Caswell on clothing and curren- 
cy. 22. 987-9; on public affairs, 
14. 204-205. 

to make arms. 10. 354. 

to receive money from Cont 
Treas'y, 14. 101. 

to ship goods to get arms and am- 
munition. 10. 289. 292. 353. 
Hilip Mrs. Whitmeii, 16. 58. 
Hill, Wm., a J. P., 4. 47, 1070. 

and post route. 7. 454. 

bill to authorize executors to col- 
lect tax, 16. 343, 398; to empower 
executors to act, 18. 112. 

bond as receiver of duties, 6. 1056. 

coms'r on arms, 24. 381; on nav- 
igation. 24. 506; on school, 24. 
511. 690; on town. 24. 803; to 
sell granery. 24. 626. 

condemns land for Fort Johnston, 
7. 703-704. 

election contested. 16. 189. 

estate made over to, 16. 347. 

in assembly. 6. 359, 362, 397, 398, 
399. 

in Prov. Cong., 6. 1214; 10. 166, 
167, 173. 

letter to on importation of tea and 
answer, 9. 1089-90. 

number of votes for. 16. 190. 

on com. of Prov. Cong.. 10. 185. 

owns furnace, 16. 640; mortgage 
16. 597. 

paid for ammunition. 10. 357-358. 

petition on C. H., 9. 806-807. 

Quincy on, 9. 610. 

summoned before assembly. 16. 
193. 

taxable. 16. 191. 

to Johnston on his suspension from 
naval office. 16. 682; on naval 
fees. 16. 681. 

to Person on contested election, 14. 
803-804. 

to value houses, 10. 337. 

voter, 16. 237. 
HIM, Wm., army pay. 17. 218. 
Hill, Wm., army pay. 17. 220. 
Hill, Wm., army rank. 18. 1079. 
Hill, Wm., army rank, 16. 1081. 
Hill, Wm., army rank, 16. 1083. 
Hill, Wm., buys land, 4. 35. 

land grant to, 4. 1043. 
Hill, William, in assembly, 18. 226, 



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259 HILLSBOROUGH, EARLOP 



228, 284. 287, 297, 311. 312, 317, 

344. 345, 346, 351, 360, 362. 407; 

19. 405. 418. 440. 458. 460. 463. 

489. 613. 614. 643. 667. 671. 675. 

677, 682. 688, 714. n8, 719. 728. 

774; 21. 872. 874. 941, 946. 965. 

970, 999. 1012. 1013. 1015. 1021, 

1031, 1054; on com. of assembly,! 

16. 21, 29, 56. 58. 143. 314. 329, 

343; 18. 292. 
owes state, 21. 1070. 
Hill, Wm., in militia. 22. 340. 
Hill, Wm., in militia. 22. 358. 
Hill. Wm., Juror. 4. 517. 
Hill, Wm., juror. 4. 524. 
Hill, Wm., lieut. 10. 187. 626. 
Hill, Wm., on S. C. of Salisbury dist, 

10. 215. 

Hill, Wm., pay to, '22. 485. 

Hill, William, pay to. 22. 488. 

Hill, William, petition on separation. 

22. 705-10. 
Hill, Wm., quit renU of. 22. 256. 
Hill, Wm., 8ec*y of State. 22. Ill, 117. 

118. 
Hill, Wm., staff officer. 16. 451. 
Hill, Wm., to open Catawba. 24. 961. 
Hill, Wm. (of S. C). petitions to clear 

river. 21. 92. 99. 
Hiil, Wm. N., in Conv. 1789. 22. 39. 

47. 49. 
Hill, ZIon, exempted. 7. 575. 
Hill (place), 14. 523. 
Hill, The. 21. 557. 
Hillabasunaga, at Indian Congress, 

11. 179. 

Hi Hard. Jaa., army rank. 16. 1075. 
Hi Her, Stephen, in assembly. 18. 636. 
Hillerman, Nicholas, regulator, 7. 
737. 

Hiilery, » prisoner. 18. 673. 

Hilliard. See Hillyard. 
Hilliard, Abraham, a J. P.. 4. 47. 
HHIIard, BenJ., In mlUtia. 12. 343. 
Hilliard, BenJ., land grant to, 4. 50. 
Hilliard, Jeremiah, in Conv. 1789. 22. 

37, 47. 48. 
Hilliard, Jer., Juror. 4. 524. 

land grant asked for, 4. 440. 
Hilliard, John, Juror, 4. 521. 

land grant asked. 4. 707, 768; grant 
to. 4. 446. 884. 

rights proved, 4. 1034. 
Hilliard, Philemon, takes oath. 22. 

176. 
Hilliard, Richard, 4. 71. 
Hilliard, Robert. Juror. 4. 524. 

land grant asked, 4. 764; grant to. 



4. 587, 619. 
Hilliard, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 

800. 
Hilliard, Thos., pensioner. 22. 68. 
Hilliard, Wm., Juror, 4. 521. 

land grant to. 4. 587, 627, 764. 
Hi Hies, Sampson, army pay. 17. 217. 
Hiliigas (Hilligrass), IMIchael, 14. 

565; 18. 694. 
Caswell to on loan office certificate. 

18. 72; on money for troops and 

supplies. 18. 109. 110, 113, 114. 

200; on pay for transportation of 

clothing. 18. 79. 
corrects error, 22. 1017. 
money paid to for U. S., 18. 928. 
order on, 14. 295. 
ordered to forward money to N. C, 

11. 733. 736, 
sends loan certificates to N. C. 12. 

272. 
to Caswell delivering money from 

Cont. Treasury. 11. 440-441; on 

emission of currency, 14. 81; on 

loan office certificates. 11. 634; 

18. 58-59. 
Hillis, Samuel, to seize goods. 18. 

316. 
Hillis, Wm., Tory officer. 22. 196. 
Hillis, Wilson, to seize goods. 18. 

316. 
Hills. See Hill. 
Hills, Aaron, petitions on county 

bound. 8. 633-634. 
Hills, Saml., army rank. 18. 1082. 
Hills, 16. 640. 
H ill's Ferry, inspection on, 28. 641, 

792; 26. 313, 379. 
Hill's Ferry (Whitmels) Br. threaten, 

16. 631. , 
Hiirs Iron Works, 14. 764; 16. 304; 

18. 984, 985. 
HIira Landing, tobacco inspection at, 

28. 641. 192. 
Hills of Despair, 8. 1065. 
Hill's plantation (Whitmell), tobacco 

inspection at, 28. 641, 792. 
Hillsborough, Earl of, 6. 1060; 8. 182, 

183. 191. 318. 442. 512, 554. 563. 

573, 626, 633; 8. 5, 13, 289. 290, 

351, 357. 358, 359. 360, 361, 597. 

619, 620, 818. 960, 1209; 11. 220, 

230; 18. 853. 
asks for complete collection of 

laws, 7. 783. 
at Board of Trade meetings, 8. 

1062-1064; 7. 146-148, 290-291; 8. 

276-277, 628-629; 8. 365-367. 



HILLSBOROUGH, EARL OF 260 HILLSBOROUGH, EARL OF 



at Privy Council, 11. 236-237. 

circular from on Mass. address to 
N. C. on Stamp Act, 7. 712-713. 

enemy of America, 8. 172. 

Hasell to on his accession to office, 
Tryon and the regulators, 9. 9; 
on regulators and Husband, •. 
13, 14. 

Heron's petition to on land grants, 
8. 157-158. 

letters and papers to and from 
ment'd, 7. 872, 873. 874, 883, 893, 
926, 988, 989; 8. 164, 165, 166, 167, 
275. • 628. _ 

McCulloh (H. E.) to resigning from 
council, 8. 220. 

Martin to on acts of 1771, 8. 
252-259; on Armida case, 9. 41- 
44; on assembly, 8. 32; on case 
of ship Catharina, 9. 33-36; on 
causes and condition of regula- 
tors, 9. 329-333; on constitution of 
courts, 9. 315-317; on death of 
Princess of Wales and attach- 
ment law, 8. 292, 295; on em- 
bargo on grain and trade, 9. 323- 
324; on his appointment as gov., 

8. 518; 9. 2; on his western trip 
and public affairs, 9. 347-350; on 
history and extortion of clerk of 
pleas, 9. 263-268; on Hunter, salt 
and manufacturers, 9.* 268-270; 
on land patents and S. C. boun- 
dary, 9. 299-300; on payment for 
regulator campaign and need of 
currency, 9. 66-69, 75-78; on pub- 
lic affairs, 9. 16-20, 277-281, 339- 
341; on quit rents and purchase 
of Granville's claim, 9. 260-263; 
on repeal of poll tax and liquor 
duties for sinking fund, 9. 230- 
235; on regulators, 8. 16-20, 36- 
37, 311-314; on S. C. boundary, 

9. 48-50, 311-314. 

memorial to on improvement of 

naval stores, 8. 186-190. 
Montague to on S. C. boundary, 8 

554-555; and report on same, 11 

221-227. 230. 
objects to salary to council, 9. 646 
on debenture notes, 9. xv. 
on leave of absence to Dobbs, 8 

1044. 
opposes grant to Scotch, 8. 621 

622. 
petition from assem. presented to, 

8. 55, 56, 58, 59, 62. 



prepares warrant for Martin as 
gov., 8. 267. 

signs commission of Mercer, 11. 
220. 

Stuart to on Indian affairs, 7. 839- 
840; 8. 1-3; on land cessions by 
Cherokees, 8. 553-554; on rank 
of Indian superintendent, 8. 62. 

to Dobbs on parliamentary grant, 

8. 998. 

to governors of Oa., etc., on silk 
culture, 8. 38. 

to King on N. C. acts, 9. 248-252; 
on N. C. post act, 9. 282-283. 

to Martin on action on Spanish 
snow, 8. 227; on disallowance of 
laws, 11. 235-237; on paper cur- 
rency, 9. 64-66; on public affairs, 

9. 307-310; on regulation, 9. 1, 
64-66, 274-277; on repeal of poll 
Ux law, 9. 300-301; on S. C. 
boundary, etc.. 8. 274-277; on Try- 
on's work and the quit rent bill, 
9. 2, 3. 

to prepare warrant for King's sig- 
nature, 11. 217, 228, 231, 233, 234, 
239. 

to Stuart on Indian affairs, 8. 8; 
on rank of Indian supt, 8. 21. 

to Tryon on assembly, 7. 788-789; 
on authority of Parliament, 8. 
39; on collection of quit rents, 8. 
45-49; on currency, 7. 799-800; 
8. 16-18, 247; and agent, 8. 51; 
on emission of paper money, 7. 
709; on Indian affairs, 7. 707- 
709; on Insult by governor of 
Buenos Ayres, 8. 229-230; on laws 
of 1768 and 1769, 8. 264-267; on 
post and palace. 8. 21-22; on pub- 
lic affairs, 7. 867-868; 8. 61-62, 
190-191; on regulators, 8. 16-18, 
498-499; and salary of council, 

7. 799-800; on resolves of assem- 
bly. 8. 170-171; on troops for 
King, 8. 264. 

Tryon to on Assembly, 7. 880-881; 

8. 194; on acts of 1769, 8. 153- 
154; on battle of Alamance, 8. 
609-610, 648-51, 652; on Collet, 
7. 863; 8. 65-6; on council and 
quit rents, 8. 167-168; on defenses 
of N. C, 8. 30-31; on Dobbs's re- 
maining in N. C, etc., 8. 1055; on 
emissions of public bills and 
sinking fund, 8. 211-215; on for- 
tifications and currency, 8. 168- 
169; his ambitions, 8. 169-170; on 



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261 



HILLSBOROUGH 



his appointment as Sec'y of State, 
7. 787-788; on his promotion, 8. 
54-55; on Henderson-Person af- 
fairs and regulators, 8. 524-525; 
on King's instructions, 7. 790- 
791; on land grants, 6. 10; laws 
of 1768, 6. 4-7, 10; on laws passed 
and bills rejected. 8. 522-524, 525- 
527; on lotteries, 8. 185-186; to 
manufacturers, 8. 154, 496; on 
maps and boundary lines, 7. 860- 
863; on need of and report on 
currency, 8. 11-12; on nomina- 
tions for council, 8. 493-494; on 
number of troops and cost of 
regulation, 7. 887-889; on oper- 
ations against regulators, 8. 546- 
549; on petition of council, 8. 
152-153; on post, 8. 4, 65-6, 72-73; 
on progress of palace, 8. 7-8; on 
public accounts, 8. 152; on public 
affairs, 7. 881-883; 8. 627-628; on 
quit rents, etc., 8. 53-54, 175-178; 
and rent roll, 8. 195-196; on rea- 
sons for dissolving assembly, 8. 
151-152; on regulator riots in 
Hillsboro, 8. 255; on regulation, 

7. xziii, 791-792, 859-860, 884-886; 

8. 195, 248, 494-495. 499; on Reg- 
ulators whose execution was sus- 
pended, 8. 635; on release of Mc- 
CuUoh from quit rents, 8. 63; on 
repeal of law against emission of 
currency, 8. 495-496; on salary 
for council, 8. 211; on S. C. boun- 
dary, 7. 879-880; and palace, 8. 
210-211; on storm, 8. 71, 73, 194; 
on supremacy of Great Britain, 
etc., 8. 24-25; on tazables and reg- 
ulators, 8. 31-32; on tonnage act. 
etc., 8. 532-533. 

Hillsborough (Hillsboro), 6. xxxiz, xli; 
7. XT, xvi, xxii, xxy, xxx, 
xxxili, 506, 519, 693, 697, 705, 710, 
713, 721, 728, 741, 744, 745, 762, 
764, 765, 766, 779, 780, 794, 798, 
799, 800, 801, 802, 804, 806, 811, 
816, 819, 821, 822, 823, 824, 825, 
827, 828, 830, 837, 847, 856, 859, 
864, 869, 870, 884, 885, 887, 888, 
890, 891, 919, 926, 927, 930. 934, 
935, 936, 937, 939. 974, 976, 979, 
983; 8. vli, xxvii, xxviii, xxix, 
xxxiy, xxxvi, xli, 9, 15, 27, 32, 33, 
37, 49, 67, 72, 165, 184, 212, 225, 
231, 235, 244, 273. 282, 362, 363, 
364, 367, 424, 425, 426, 427, 428, 
430, 432. 434, 437, 439, 477, 478, 



497, 525, 526, 538, 539, 547, 578, 
579, 580, 582, 596, 609, 612, 614. 
620, 627, 635, 650, 678, 679, 686, 
687, 688, 691, 696, 698, 703, 704, 
714, 724, 735; 8. iv, v, 38, 39, 40, 
41. 84, 85, 109, 113, 129. 149. 153, 
163, 207, 250, 274, 300, 307. 311, 
315, 323, 326, 328, 329, 333, 334, 
335, 339, 348, 349, 356. 363, 615, 
697, 725, 746, 771, 827, 1024, 1063, 
1082. 1097, 1164, 1245; 18. iii,xyiii, 
XXX, xxxi, xxxY, xxxvii, xl, 66, 
140, 168, 243, 354, 360, 450, 566, 
648, 669, 683, 760, 945, 953; 11. 
288, 347, 434. 435. 462, 479, 486, 
526, 575, 576, 596, 801, 830, 831, 
833; 12. iii, 27. 112, 224, 255, 413, 
416, 602, 712, 715. 764, 784. 786, 
841, 842; 18. ix, 188, 193, 206, 207, 
214, 224, 260, 269, 281, 284, 303, 
337, 371, 455, 460, 463, 471, 478, 
483, 494, 501, 584, 665, 680, 690, 
704, 705, 754, 755, 778, 807, 808, 
816, 855, 908, 911, 912, 948, 950; 
14. xil, xiii, xiy, xy, 22, 28, 29, 
30, 31, 136, 164, 179, 225, 255, 384, 
388, 408, 414, 419, 432, 433, 437, 
442, 444. 460, 471, 478, 479, 481, 
500, 503, 504, 508, 513, 514, 520, 
530, 533, 545, 561, 562, 569, 570, 
571, 572, 573, 591, 595, 596, 602, 
603, 612, 613, 623, 625, 631, 632, 
633, 640, 644, 648, 654, 656, 657, 
658, 660, 664, 671, 672, 678, 681, 
700. 702, 703. 711, 716, 718, 720, 722, 
723, 724, 729, 732, 735, 737, 739, 752, 
753, 757, 761, 781, 824, 828, 829, 843. 
856, 859; 18. iy, vi, ix, xii, xiii, 3. 
4, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 49, 59, 60, 63, 
65, 67, 69, 71, 76, 77, 86, 97, 99, 
115, 117, 119, 136, 139, 141, 150, 173, 
180, 181, 185, 186, 227, 275. 279, 
314, 329, 343, 357, 390, 407, 408, 
412, 413, 414, 416, 422, 423, 433, 
435, 444, 446, 457, 464, 465, 468, 
473, 476, 485, 495, 496, 500. 503, 
506, 513, 530, 552, 557, 609, 612, 
615, 623, 633, 642, 644, 649. 657, 
658,668, 687. 712, 714, 769. 775. 780; 
18. yl, vii, ix, x, 12, 143, 177,191, 
222, 244, 263, 266, 269, 270, 272, 
273, 278, 286, 292, 229. 300, 302, 
312, 319, 327, 334, 339, 345, 399, 
401, 425, 459, 460, 462, 463, 471, 
477, 500, 501, 510, 511, 526, 534, 
538, 543, 544, 557, 582, 585, 586, 
588, 590, 591, 592. 593, 594, 595, 
600, 601, 602, 603, 607, 610, 613, 



HILLSBOROUGH 



262 



HILLSBOROUGH 



618, 


626. 


637. 


642. 


643, 


659, 


668. 


720. 754. 758. 767. 771. 772. 774, 


669. 


681. 


682. 


683, 


686, 


702. 


706. 


790. 793. 799, 800, 801, 813, 817, 


707, 


708. 


716. 


718. 


720. 


722, 


726, 


830, 838. 852, 860, 861, 903, 904. 


727. 


729, 


730. 


732. 


777. 


780, 


783. 


910. 918. 919. 923. 924. 925. 926. 


785, 


797, 


810. 


855, 


879, 


900. 


911. 


928. 929. 948. 949. 953. 956. 963, 


912, 


934, 


935. 


938. 


946, 


948. 


949. 


964, 965. 967. 968, 982, 984, 987. 


951, 


954. 


956. 


958. 


959. 


960. 


961, 


993. 995. 1000. 1009. 1049, 1068; 


962, 


964. 


970. 


981. 


986. 


994; 


17. 


22. y. 97. 100, 101. 102, 103. 121. 


ili. 


V. vii. 


Ix. 10, 31. 


49, 1 


S3. 74 


, 75. 


123, 124, 125. 127. 129, 131. 132, 


76, 


78. 82, 97. 


125. 


133. 


134. 


135. 


141. 147. 155, 191. 192, 196. 199. 


138, 


139. 


141. 


142. 


147. 


151. 


153. 


206. 207. 238. 394. 418. 425, 433, 


169, 


300. 


313. 


317, 


327. 


328. 


329. 


443. 448, 462, 464, 465. 468. 470. 


335. 


363. 


381. 


392, 


394. 


417. 


436. 


473, 475. 478. 495. 525, 528, 551. 


439, 


445. 


483. 


492. 


493. 


540. 


666. 


561. 567. 571, 572, 576. 580. 581. 


671, 


675, 


682, 


686. 


687. 


693, 


694. 


582. 584, 590. 595. 601. 602, 610, 


696, 


718, 


722, 


746, 


755. 


756. 


767. 


620. 633. 647. 677. 694, 761. 762. 


768, 


771, 


772, 


775. 


776, 


777. 


788, 


784. 857, 859. 860. 861, 875, 918, 


104' 


7; ia 


. viii 


i, 54. 


78. 


112, 


129. 


1023. 1046, 1047. 1048; 28. 691, 


149, 


157, 


204. 


211. 


214. 


286, 


312. 


823, 824, 827, 828. 829. 830, 856. 


329, 


341, 


374. 


378. 


379. 


398. 


413. 


874; 24. 24, 37. 48. 50, 161. 218. 


418. 


422, 


436, 


438, 


440. 


446. 


448. 


331, 334, 427. 566. 749. 812. 878; 


454, 


460, 474, 497, 568, 588. 598 


,624. 


26. 30. 66; 26. 463. 


636 


; 10. 


101. 


128. 


129. 


134. 


147. 


academy of. 20. 412. 


155, 


160, 


172. 


188, 


193. 


202, 


219. 


act directed against riots. 6. 485; 


245, 


246. 


260, 


263, 


272. 


274. 


278. 


for academy near, 24. 250-1, 605- 


284. 


, 314. 


321. 


328, 


331. 


351. 


356. 


7; for assembly to meet in. 24. 


368. 


, 390. 


397. 


399, 


428. 


430. 


434. 


448. 510-11; for public buildings 


435, 


444. 


445. 


448, 


449. 


450. 


452, 


in. 28. 869-70; 24. 177, 461-2. 692- 


453, 


454, 


458. 


459. 


462. 


473. 


474, 


4. 844-5. 942-3; 26. 93-4; to estab- 


475, 


479, 


484, 


555. 


566. 


576, 


584, 


lish. 28. 509, 677; 26. 402-4, 500-3; 


593. 


602, 


624. 


625. 


629. 


641. 


653, 


to regulate. 28. 924-5; 24. 22-24, 


656. 


669, 


677, 


678. 


682. 


684. 


686. 


294-5. 462. 622-3. 828-30. 976-8. 


740. 


. 749, 


753. 


759. 


762. 


764, 


767, 


action of regulators in. 7. 705-706. 


768, 


770. 


771, 


773, 


780. 


781. 


788, 


address to Tryon at from regula- 


789, 


790. 


792, 


796, 


797, 


798, 


803, 


tors, 7. 812-813. 


804. 


805, 


806. 


807, 


818. 


819. 


820, 


ammunition sent to, 16. 471. 


821. 


822. 


829, 


837, 


839, 


840. 


841, 


arms and stores sent to, 18. 263; 


842, 


852 


. 854. 888, 


914. 


949, 


removed to and from. 17. 665. 


960. 


962 


, 969. 977. 


978. 


990, 


- 771; army settlements at ment'd, 


991. 


999; 


20. 


V, 


vi. 35. 40 


, 62. 


22. 811; assembly in. 12. 


85, 


90. 104, 101 


^ 170 


. 176 


. 184. 


189. 


718-719, 816-880; 14. 876; 16. vi; 


195. 


198, 


201, 


231. 


251, 


255, 


282. 


18. 96; 10. 1, 57. 61. 116. 128. 


290. 


293. 


335, 


352, 


363. 


367. 


412. 


129. 185, 189. 202. 232, 233. 31i, 


446. 


491, 


518. 


571, 


590. 


650, 


655. 


312. 331. 368. 904; 24. 184. 185, 


657, 


658, ' 


736. 749. 750. 757; 21 


. Hi, 


217. 333, 344. 377. 382, 413. 475. 


10. 


21. 28. 33. 


34. 


38, 43, 46 


, 63, 


492, 500, 510. 525, 543, 571. 578, 


69. 


73. 74 


. 105 


, 132. 


134. 


167. 


191, 


579. 624. 651, 654, 658, 661, 669. 


214. 


219. 


220. 


221. 


223. 


231. 


233, 


678, 682. 686, 689. 694. 695. 703. 


268. 


277. 


278, 


287, 


294. 


323. 


325, 


705. 732, 734, 757. 797, 808, 844. 


333. 


341. 


342, 


343. 


346. 


352. 


354, 


851. 874. 902. 953. 984, 991; 26. 


356, 


369. 


371, 


375. 


381, 


384. 


385, 


8, 31. 37. 46. 56, 58. 103. 105, 107. 


393, 


394. 


395, 


401, 


410. 


411. 


434, 


beseiged by regulators, 7. 791. 


440. 


442. 


444, 


445. 


446. 


447. 


450, 


bill for academy in and for support 


451, 


452. 


455, 


463. 


480. 


483. 


484, 


of, 18. 52, 112-113, 278, 297-298; 


485, 


486. 


487, 


488, 


489. 


500. 


501, 


10. 590, 609, 610, ^27, 677; for 


517, 


539. 


549. 


570. 


584. 


589. 


599, 


C. H. in, 12. 561, 565, 570, 582, 


626, 


636, 


641. 


667. 


674. 


683. 


684, 


583-584, 654. 666, 667, 671, 680, 


701. 


710, 


711. 


715, 


716, 


717. 


719, 


683; for prison, 0. 115, 121, 122, 



HILLSBOROUGH 



263 



HILLSBOROUGH 



135, 168, 187, 189, 190, 196, 222, 
256; for school near, 18. 565, 566, 
581, 669^ 687, 699, 876, 958; for 
tobacco inspection, 18. 408, 419, 
422, 470, 729, 732, 749, 762, 814; 
on public buildings in, 18. 79, 81, 
130, 139. 144; 18. 49, 90, 101-102, 
447, 449, 471, 615, 640, 651, 684, 763, 
791, 795, 807, 820, 822-823; SO. 
155, 164, 168, 176, 181, 340, 352, 
360; SI. 746, 756, 782, 892, 895. 
900, 904, 905-906, 935, 937, 939; 
to alter act to repair pub. build- 
ings, 18. 54, 129, 201, 286, 294, 
329, 355, 366; to amend act for, 

7. 314. 317. 319, 320, 321, 338, 377, 
384, 388, 390, 396, 397, 399, 421, 
432; to erect, 8. 122, 123, 126, 
127, 145, 147, 158, 159, 160, 165, 
184, 200; to make it the capitol, 

17. 354; to regulate, 8. 411, 416, 
425, 445, 523, 524, 530, 535, 540, 
547, 585, 660; IS. 41, 42, 47, 58, 
112; 18. 846, 852, 867, 937, 944, 
950; 18. 38. 104; 167. 191. 323. 
338, 386, 393, 399; 18. 590, 609, 
610, 642, 695; SO. 492. 509, 532, 
541; SI. 22, 24, 38, 78, 86, 811. 
976; to remove superior court 
from, 8. 116, 172, 175, 187. 

Board of War meets in, 14. 376, 
769. 

British at, 10. 426, 428; post to be 
established at, 16. 294; prisoners 
removed from, 17. 645, 710. 

capital, 18. 90; 17. 143; 18. 451; 

18. iv. 

captured by Fanning, SS. 206-7, 208. 

210, 231. 
charter to from Tryon. 8. 215-217. 

251, 255. 
church in used as hospital, 14. 413. 
commissioners for, 18. 803; to be 

elected for. 18. 765, 823. 
condition of troops in, 16. 3-4. 
contested election in, 10. 918. 
convention of 1788 meets in. SO. 

198. 199, 373, 374, 378; SS. 1. 
Cornwallis in. 18. vii; 17. 986, 

987, 1000, 1020; leaves, 18. viii; 

not to attempt, 10. 292, 293. 
council held in, 7. 800-806, 850-851; 

8. 325. 327-328. 

council of State held in. SS. 934-5. 
court for, S8. 946, 990. 
court house to be built in, 18. 452; 
to be repaired, 14. 418. 



DeKalb commands troops at, 10. 

265. 
description of, O. 313. 
effect of retreat to, 14. 773. 
Gates and Caswell retreat to, 10. 

vi. 
given representation in Gen. As- 

sem., 10. 1007. 
Greene crosses Dan River near 

and Cornwallis at. 10. v. 
guard needed for, SS. 557. 
guns at, O. 30. 
land office in, S4. 480. 
loan office in. S4. 130. 
made a borough, 7. xxiv, xxv. 
mail facilities wanted, SI. 855, 1029, 

1041. 
members in assem., 8. 106; 8. 448, 

469, 470. 734, 1188; IS. 656; 18. 

785; 10. 488; 10. 2; 17. 265, 877, 

897; 18. 227, 817; 18. 234, 489, 

718; SO. 120; SI. 3, 194, 872. 
members in conv. 1788-89, SS. 4, 39. 
members in Prov. Cong., O. 1043, 

1179; 10. 166, 501, 505, 915. 
militia assembles in, 10. vi, 65; 

protect, SS. 485. 486. 488; and 

troops rendezvous in, 14. 573, 

574, 576, 579, 581, 582, 587. 594, 

627. 638, 651, 654, 670, 687, 696, 

792, 807; 17. 1041; drafted for 

Cherokee war, 11. 328, 329. 333, 

335, 343, 350. 
newspaper in, 17. 491. 
nom. as place for Gen. Assem.. IS. 

59, 234; 17. 311; 10. 421, 578, 587, 

623; SO. 29, 198, 207, 374, 388, 

518; SI. 64, 215, 585, 773. 778. 

818, 927, 935, 987; for capital. SS. 

29. 
on 36th parallel, 1. xxiii. 
paper factory established in, 11. 

804-805. 
patriotism of. O. 1217. 
people of refuse to sell provisions 

to army. 14. 641. 
petition for inspection warehouse 

in, 8. 80a. 
post to, 8. 209; to be established 

with Richmond, 18. 164. 
preparation for trial of regulators 

at, 8. 694-696, 712. 
Presbyterians in, O. 1216. 
press in, 10. 116. 127; S4. 724. 
printer in, SS. 12. 13. 
provisions (Br.) gathered at, 10. 

442, 450, 630. 
prosecution for riots in, O. 501. 



HILLSBOROUGH 



264 HILLSBOROUGH DISTRICT 



protection of court at provided for, 
8. 501-502; 

Prov. Cong, meets in, 8. 1184; 18. 
iii, V. vi. vii, viii, ix. x, xi. 88, 121. 
122, 141, 146, 148, 149, 150, 152, 
161, 164, 180, 194, 231, 235, 236, 
245, 255, 256, 261, 262, 263, 265, 
266, 268, 269, 270, 295, 299, 318, 
325, 332, 333, 356, 362, 464, 573, 
584, 585, 641, 644, 826, 829, 951, 
955, 987; 11. 258, 265, 317, 320. 

public offices at, 18. 444. 

records of trials of regulators and 
others in, 7. 842-847. 

regulators in, 7. xxi-xxil, xxiii, 
xxv; 8. 695-6; and threats 
against, 7. 819-820, 821; convict- 
ed at, 8. 635; entries of on 
court records, 8. 235-240; exe- 
cuted in, 7. xxxii; 8. 636; tried 
at, 8. 36; and executed at, 8. 
642-643; riot in, 8. 235-249, 251- 
255, 257-258, 283, 284, 289, 306- 
307, 312, 494, 530, 542, 546, 548, 
552, 645, 652, 678, 693, 695, 721; 
to be sent to. 7. 716. 

report on stores at, 16. 479. 

return of troops assembled at 
against regulators, 7. 889. 

Safety Com. meets in, 18. 785. 

salt to, 14. 468. 

shoe factory, 14. 435, 443, 444, 448. 

smallpox in, 16. 449. 

stores sent to, 16. 554; to be re- 
moved from, 16. 455. 

supplies sent to, 14. 726-727. 

Tarleton threatens, 16. 527. 

tax payers in, 16. 1313. 

temperature in 1768, 7. 797, 818, 
849; 8. "32. 

to be surrounded by regulators, 7. 
714. 

to send member to H. of C, 88. 
980; troops to meet Cotton, 18. 
181, 182. 

tobacco inspection at, S4. 695. 

traitors and felons executed, 16. 
511, 522. 

treasurer to have his office in, 84. 
653, 655. 

troops in, 7. xxii-xxili; 14. 867; 16. 
252, 256, 265; sent to protect as- 
sembly in, 16. 558; troops to re- 
main at, 14. 719; to rendezvous at, 
18. 278; 16. 357, 433, 441; 84. 
369, 415. 

Tryon to various persons on regu- 
lator riots, 8. 678-679. 



Hillsborough Brigade, not filled up, 
16. 329. 

Hillsborough Camp, 7. 831, 832, 833, 
834, 835, 836, 837, 840; 6. 596, 597, 
598, 599, 675; 88. 870, 871, 872, 
873, 874, 875. 

Hillsborough Campaign, cost, 8. 544. 

Hillsborough district, 7. 841, 843, 847; 
8. 72, 225, 530; 8. 29, 404, 405, 
515; 10. 214, 350, 581, 584, 586, 
878, 925, 953; 11. 687; IS. 358. 
566, 791, 798; 18. 168, 276, 282, 
290, 294, 316, 363, 414, 415, 469, 
643. IZib. 752, 763; 14. vi, vU, 4, 
27, 30, 165, 170, 338, 384, 403,458, 
472, 475, 573; 16. 151, 435, 440, 
449, 453, 547, 715; 16. 77, 78, 129, 
146, 193, 194, 299, 345, 417, 494, 
547, 618. 636, 704; 17. vii, 277, 
372, 373, 657, 667, 677, 684, 685, 
694, 745, 751, 758, 763, 823, 857, 
859, 941; 18. 19, 99, 168, 414, 415, 

474, 647, 804; 18. 101, 104, 119, 
122, 123, 137, 165, 166, 185, 188, 
202, 208, 2^1, 273, 297, 298, 311, 
335. 367. 411, 419. 454, 468, 473, 

475, 506, 526, 528, 550. 574. 591. 
625. 642. 650. 653. 657. 665, 668, 684, 
685, 689, 690, 693, 697, 698. 711, 
734, 751, 796, 816, 855, 910, 914, 
931, 933, 934; SO. 5, 25, 52, 109. 
191. 251. 258. 335, 412, 418, 419, 
422, 426, 437, 505, 517, 749. 750; 
81. 40. 65. 70. 173, 175, 291, 321, 
323, 361, 416. 417. 420, 437, 484, 
662. 665. 776. 856, 899, 953, 984, 
1034. 1046, 1054, 1056, 1068, 1069; 
88. 214, 219, 220, 561, 610. 694. 
947, 953, 955, 962, 1019; 88. 688, 
705, 820, 829, 846, 872, 874, 990, 
991; 84. 26, 37, 48, 50, 132, 161, 
236, 273. 311. 523. 705, 749, 761, 
762; 86. 1, 64. 

act for academy in, 84. 605-7; 
for draft in, 84. 405; for public 
buildings for, 88. 869-70; 84. 177, 
692-4. 844-5. 942-3; 86. 93-4; for 
store in. 84. 323; to put into 
Western riding, 86. 65-7. 

allowance to be made tn, 17. 766, 
769. 

bill for academy in, 18. 950. 609, 
610, 627, 677; for C. H., 18. 561, 
565. 570. 582. 583-584, 654, 666, 
667, 671, 680. 683; for pubUc 
buildings, 18. 427, 449, 471, 763, 
791, 795, 807, 820, 822-823; SO. 
155. 164, 168. 176. 181, 340, 352, 



HILLSBOROUGH DISTRICT 265 



HINCHINBROOK 



360; SI. 746, 756, 782, 892, 895, 
900, 904, 905-6, 935, 937, 939 ; to add 
Rockingham Co. to, SI. 240, 257, 
328, 602, 623; to add Moore Ck>. 
to, SO. 154, 338, 339; to alter act 
for tax for public buildings, 18. 

. 54, 129, 201, 286, 294, 329, 355, 366. 

brig. gen. for, 18. 734(/, 734^, 768, 
820-821, 822,. 

coms'r of confiscated property elect- 
ed, SI. 385-386, 703, 704; S4. 662; 
on pension claims, S4. 736; on 
provisions for, 16. 200. 

contractor appointed for, IS. 792, 
853. 

counties included in, 16. 377; S8. 
691. 

court broken up, 6. 542. 

created, 7. 693. 

disaffection in, 16. 599-600. 

district auditor for, S4. 373, 374, 
387, 388, 422, 537, 686. 

gun factory in, IS. 106; 18. 345, 
346; suspended, IS. 566-567, 672, 
673. 

horses impressed, 17. 939-940. 

Johnston resigns as treasurer, 14. 
208. 

Judges of, IS. 109; SS. 907. 

light horse organized in, 18. 734/. 

members of Council of Safety for, 
10. 619, 624. 

men needed from against Chero- 
kees, 10. 727. 

militia of court martialed, 10. 703- 
704. 

military officers and troops from, 
S4. 340, 341; organization of, 10. 
196, 203, 205, 289, 291, 471, 518, 
530, 535, 539, 543, 563, 567, 568, 
584. 669, 703, 786. 944, 1001; 11. 
xvi, xvii. xix, 319; S4. 1-5, 190, 
358; to be called out, 17. 686, 
688, 689-690, 692, 693, 694, 698, 
768, 769, 770, 771-772, 774, 776, 
777. 

money from for Cont. line, S4. 567. 

officers, 10. 518; IS. 100, 103, 109; 
14. 264, 265; 18. 148, 167. 168, 
169, 175; 18. 449, 458; SO. 579. 
580; SI. 154, 157, 160, 326, 327, 
328, 330, 400, 403. 662, 665, 666, 
712, 779, 780, 787, 935, 936, 938, 
945, 946. 

powder to, 10. 683; 11. 321, 327. 

Prov. Council for. 10. 214, 283. 

report of confiscation coms'rs, SI. 
54, 63, 155, 156; on militia wanted. 



18. 43, 47; on troops, arms, etc., 
17. 797, 883-884. • 
return of militia, SS. 1022. 
riots at court, SO. 519c. 
Safety Committee of organized and 

duUes, 10. 208, 215. 
soldiers ask bounty money, 16.635- 

6. 
surgeon appointed to raise levies 

in, IS. 801, 858-859. 
tax payers in, S6. 1309-1312. 
time of court, 7. 605, 643. 
treasurer for, 18. 765-766, 853, 855, 
860, 874, 881, 916, 945, 948, 949, 
953, 966, 967, 971-972, 973; 18. 
804, 806; S4. 259. 
troops from sent to aid of Ruther- 
ford, 10. 694; raised in, IS. 849; 
to be raised in, S4. 156, 157, 199, 
369. 372, 415. 
Hlll8borough(r) Recorder, 18. 977. 
Hllisborough Riots. See Regulators. 
Hlllsburgh, 14. 656. 
Hltlyard. See HiUiard. 
Hlllyard, BenJ.. petitions on roads 

and ferries, 0. 164-166. 
Hillyard, John, quit rents of, SS. 241. 
Hltlyard, John, road coms'r, S8. 222. 
Hlltyard, Ratford Chas., in militia, 

SS. 384. 
Hiilyard, Wm., quit rents of, SS. 241. 
Hilsabeck, Jacob, pensioner, SS. 68. 
Hilton, Mr., 11. 830, 832, 835. 
Hilton, Mrs. 11. 835. 
Hilton, Capt., 16. 742. 

clothing sent by, 14. 310. 
Hilton, Lieut., 18. 957. 
Hilton, Abraham, regulator, 7. 737. 
Hilton, Arnold, army pay, 17. 217. 

army rank, 16. 1083. 
Hilton. John, regulator, 7. 736. 
Hilton, Peter, claim allowed, 6. 980. 
Hilton, Wm., 1. 46, 124, 126, 127, 130, 
131. 
explores Cape Pear, 1. 39-40, 67-71. 
Hilton, Wm., army pay, 17. 21& 

army rank, 16. 1076. 
Hilton Head, named, 1. 131, 132. 
Hllton-Head-isiand. should be light 

house on, 8. 50. 
Hilton's River, explored, 1. 70, 71. 
Hiltzheimer, Jacob, bill to N. C. for 
goods, 10. 852-854, 855-857. 
witness and receipt to, 10. 756, 757. 
HInche, Wm., recommends Welbom, 

8. 25-26. 
HInchey, John, Sr., army pay, 17. 216. 
HInchinbrook, vessel, 10. 607. 



HINCKLE 



266 



HIKES, THOS. 



takes charge of the Favorite, 18. 
96. 

Hinckle. See Hinkle. 

Hinckle, Anthony, transports goods 
to N. C, 10. 851, 853, 854. 856. 

Hinckle, Henry, in Charge of ammun- 
ition, wagons and receipts for 
same and for provisions, 10. 755- 
757. 
sells horse to N. C, 10. 852-855. 

Hind. See Hinds, Hines. 

Hind, Wm., discharged by court, S. 
663. 

Hindes, Andrew, army pay, 17. 218. 

Hindes, Joseph, regulator, 8. 80. 

Hindes, Joshua, army pay, 17. 218. 

Hindiey and . Need ham, memorial on 
improvement of naval stores, 8. 
186-190, 212. 

Hindman, Mr., 18. 721, 746. 

Hindman, James, Caswell to on of- 
fice for settling U. S. accounts, 
18. 519-521. 
coms'r of U. S. to settle accounts 
with N. C. and act to give him 
power to call witnesses, S4. 737, 
738. 
letter of ment'd, 17. 275. 
to Caswell on settlement of U. S. 
accounts and answer, 17. 546, 
564. 

Hindman, John, petitions on land 
grants, 8. 1260-2; 11. 250-4. 

Hindman, Wm., in C. C, 17. 556, 557, 
591; 18. 488, 548, 552, 640, 641. 
671, 709, 726, 754. 

Hinds. See Hind, Hindes, Hines. 

Hinds, Capt., surety, 14. 461. 

Hinds, Daniel, army rank, 18. 1085. 

HindSp Hardy, army rank, 18. 1075. 

Hinds, John, SS. 218. 
attacks Fanning, SS. 192-3, 237. 
followed by Fai^ning, 18. 206. 

Hinds, John, building coms'r, S4. 235. 

Hinds, John, recommends Welbom, 
8. 25-26. 

Hinds, Jos., coroner, 8. 298. 

Hinds (Hynes), Jos., in Prov. Cong., 
10. 914, 916. 
on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 919. 

Hinds, Joseph, recommends Welbom, 
8. 25-26. 

Hinds, Lewis, army rank, 18. 1082. 

Hinds, Thomas, a J. P., 7. 702. 

Hindstey, Charles, petitions on coun- 
ty bounds, 8. 633-635. 

Hine, Jos., prisoner, SS. 551. 

Hineard, John, juror, 4. 521. 



Hinell, Lt., supt of music, IS. 588. 
Hines. See Hind, Hindes, Hinds, 

Hine. 
Hines, Mr., 14. 464. 
Hines, Capt., surety, 14. 460. 
Hines, Ben J., army rank, 18. 1084. 
Hines, Benjamin, in militia, 17. 1061. 
Hines, Charles, regulator, 8. 79. 
Hines, David, Jr., signs Pitt Asso., 10. 

222. 
Hines, Hardy, army pay, 17. 220. 

in army, 18. 514. 
Hines, Henry, witness, SO. 176, 234. 
Hines, J no., in militia, SS. 327. 
Hines, Jordan, army pay, 17. 220. 
Hines, Joseph, a J. P., S8. 994. 
resigns as J. P., 17. 404; SO. 96, 
99. 
Hines, Joseph, claims, 8. 590. 
Hines, Jos., in miliUa, SS. 327. 
Hines, Joseph, protection to, 14. 623. 
Hines, Lewis, army pay, 17. 220. 
Hines, Richard, army pay, 17. 220. 
Hines, Moses, in militia, SS. 327. 
Hines, Robert, juror, 4. 521. 
land grant to, 4. 589, 946. 
Hines, T., in Conv. 1789, SS. 47, 48. 
Hines, Thos., 8. 345. 
Hines, (Hynes), Thos., a J. P., 17. 
409; SO. 98; S8. 995. 
boundary coms'r, S4. 838. 
CO. coms'r, S8. 820. 
declines to act as lieut. col. of 

militia, IS. 707-708. 
in Assembly, 8. 114, 143, 144, 167, 
168, 169, 185, 194, 223, 401, 412, 
424, 439, 448, 449, 507, 525, 530, 
543, 566, 588; 18. 785, 786, 823, 
986, 988; 18. 38, 69, 90, 106, 136, 
148, 156, 161, 171, 185; 18. 380, 
386; SO. 4, 39, 68, 72, 76, 82, 83, 
89, 102; SI. 194, 196, 234, 288, 
294, 305, 323, 344, 346, 372, 379, 
382, 402, 411, 432, 433. 
in Conv. 1788, SS. 4. 5, 25, 28. 29, 

32. 
in Conv. 1789, SS. 39. 47. 48. 
in Prov. Cong.. 10. 166, 168. 
major, 10. 207, 532. 
on com. of assembly, 8. 451; 18. 
740. 790, 791; 17. 385; 18. 39, 
80, ^2, 272, 316. 326. 
recommends McCartney, 8. 61-62. 
resigns, SS. 923. 
surety, 8. 592-593. 
to Caswell resigning as lieut col. of 

militia, 11. 502. 
to procure arms, 10. 525. 



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267 



HINTON, JAM. 



Mines, Thos., express rider, 16. 620. 

Mines, Wm., a J. P., 23. 994. 

Mines, Wm., Juror. 4. 621. 

Mines, Wm., Juror, 4. 524. 

Mines, Wm., land grant to. 4. 962» 

1048. 
Mines, Wm., produces certificate, 4. 

1026. 
MInes's, rendezvous at, 16. 496. 
Ming, BenJ., signs Pitt Asso., 10.221. 
Minge, Jolin, asks for new county, 8. 

89. 
Mingham, 16. 24. 
Minlcie. See Hinckle. 
Minlcie, Charles, pay to, SS. 1015. 
Minlcie, Elizabeth, petition, 18. 611, 

616, 553. 
M inkles, Charles, provides meal for 

Sumner, 16. 473. 
MIonant, John, a J. P., S8. 994. 
Minnant, John, militiaman, 7. 262. 
MInnant, Wm., a J. P., S8. 994. 
Minnant, Wm., militiaman, 7. 262. 
Minning, Wm., land grant to, 4. 643. 
Minosor, John, petition on C. H., 8. 

806-808. 
MInrei, Ablngton, land grant to, 4. 

1242. 
Minshaw, Ezra, recommends Pugh, 

8. 30-31. 
Minshaw, Jacob, asks pardon for 

Pugh. 8. 29-30. 
recomuends Pugh, 8. 30; Welbom, 

8. 25-26. 
Minshaw, Jesse, asks pay for supplies 

against regulators, 8. 354-355. 
Minshaw, John, asks pardon for Pugh, 

8. 29-30. 
recommends Pugh, 8. 30. 
Minshaw, Joseph, asks pardon for 

Pugh, 8. 29-30. 
recommends Pugh, 8. 30-31. 
Minshaw, Thomas, asks pardon for 

Pugh, 8. 29-30. 
recommends Pugh, 8. 30-31. 
Minshaw, Wm., asks pardon for Pugh, 

8. 29-30. 
recommends Pugh, 8. 30. 
Minshaw, Wm., recommends Pugh, 8. 

30. 
Minshaw, Wm., 8r.. asks pardon for 

Pugh, 29-30. 
Minsinbru, Jason iroi, regulator, 8. 78. 
Minson, Capt., imports salt and asks 

liberty to export provisions, 16. 

581-682. 
not allowed to take out cargo, 16. 

696. 



Minson, Charles, pensioner, SS. 69. 
Minson, David, a volunteer, 14. 839. 
army rank, 18. 1030. 
in militia, SS. 270. 
Minson, Elijah, army pay, 17. 217. 
army rank, 18. 1080. 
in N. C. battalion, 18. 344. 
Minson, George, exempted, 8. 495. 
Minson, Mardy, quit rents of, 22. 

256. 
Minson, (Minton) Menry, allowed to 
load with provisions, 18. 552- 
553, 587, 654, 693-694. 
petition to abiembly on exportation 

of provisions, 16. 218-219. 
See also Hinton. 
Minson, Philip, land grant to, 4. 595. 
Minston, Philip, fined, 8. 651. 
Mint, Mr., 21. 562. 
Minton, — — , in assembly, 12. 617. 
Minton, Mr., 14. 414. 
Minton, Mr., sells pork, 17. 767. 
Minton, Mardy, land grant to, 4. 764. 

896. 
Minton, Menry, allowed to load pro- 
visions, 18. 552-553, 587, 654, 693- 
694. 
See also Hinson, Henry. 
Minton, Jacob, buys land, 4. 33, 34. 
Minton, Jacob, in militia, 22. 358. 
Minton, Jacob, petitions on county 

bounds, 8. 633-634. 
Minton, James, 18. 689. 
in assembly, 16. 2, 26, 50, 76, 127, 
153, 156, 165, 167; 17. 265, 266, 
293, 304, 331, 354, 359, 368, 370; 
17. 878. 879, 936, 953; 18. 236, 
258, 284, 291. 298, 312, 317. 345, 
346, 351, 357, 360, 361, 362, 373, 
376; 18. 392, 395, 398, 489, 492, 
595, 622, 643, 667, 671, 675. 677, 
682, 688, 714; 20. 21, 479; 21. 2, 
4, 6, 35. 47, 52, 56, 66, 68, 74, 77, 
110, 115, 121, 125, 130. 133, 155, 
160 179, 190. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 3. 12, 26, 28, 31, 

32. 
in regulation campaign, 18. 838, 

839, 841, 846. 
on com. of assembly, 16. 54, 116; 
17. 290, 291, 659, 743; 18. 15, 242. 
petition. 21. 690. 

receives pay for soldiers, 17. 249. 
to Nash on money, 14. 860. 
Minton, James, buys land, 4. 35; of 
Indians. 4. 630-631. 
Juror, 4. 517. 
Minton, Jam., juror, 26. 186. 



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268 HISTORICAL MATERIALS 



Hinton, J as., quit rents of, 22. 256. 
HInton, John, asks for lapse patent, 

2. 453. 
indicted for neglecting road, 2. 

596. 
HInton (Hynton), John, at council of 

war, 7. 842. 
Board of War to on provisions and 

wagons, 14. 396-397, 408. 
candidate for surveyor, 18. 40. 
colonel, 10. 207, 532. 
colonel against regulators, 8. 676, 

577, 589. 592, 596, 597, 671; of 

Wake County militia. 12. 600, 

707-708. 714; 22. 923. 
CO. coms'r, 28. 820. 
goes to Lindsay's mill. 8. 714-715. 
in assembly. 8. 362. 489. 493, 514, 

662, 800. 801. 893; 18. 786, 812, 

813. 823, 913, 925, 966, 975, 980, 

982, 990, 1000; on com. of assem., 

18. 741, 787, 793, 794. 831. 916. 
in militia. 8. 344. 689. 
in Prov. Cong.. 8. 1179, 1180, 1181; 

10. 166, 168. 173, 192. 501, 523; 

on com. of Prov. Cong.. 10. 502. 
on S. C. of Hillsboro Dist. 10. 215. 
petition of to assenlbly on conduct 

of Locke, 12. 777-778, 787, 801-2, 

834. 839, 840, 846, 860, 861, 864, 

866. 
presd't of ct martial, 8. 599. 
recruiting officer, 22. 929. 
reports on Husband's release, 8. 

500; on militia of Wake. 8. 344; 

to on regulators, 8. 693. 
to Caswell on his reappointment as 

colonel. 18. 195-196. 
Tryon to on calling out militia to 

defend Legislature. 8. 682, 694. 
Hinton, J no., in militia. 22. 309. 
Hinton, John, in militia. 22. 331. 
Hinton, Jno., in militia, 22. 357. 
Hinton, John, Juror. 26. 186. 
Hinton, John, land grant to, 4. 627. 

641, 704. 
Hinton, John, Jr., carries off negroes. 

16. 78. 
declines to act as colonel of mil- 
itia. 12. 707-708. 
in assembly, 17. 635, 670, 705; 18. 

380. 386. 
major, 16. 207. 532. 
militiaman. 8. 344^. 689. 
money from, 21. 1065. 
nom. as colonel of militia. 12. 861. 
peUtion, 18. 69, 77, 107, 148. 308. 

366. 



sheriff. 21. 1079. 

trustee for estate of Arundel, 10. 
570. 
Hinton, John, Jr., resigns, 22. 923. 
Hinton, Jonas, army pay, 17. 219. 

army rank, 16. 1080. 
Hinton, Jonas, in militia, 22. ^58. 
Hinton, Jonas, petition, 21. 234, 368, 

596, 690(?), 694. 
Hinton, Jos., army rank, 16. 1077. 
Hinton, Malachi, in miliUa, 8. 1076. 
Hinton, Maiachi, in militia, 22. 332. 
Hinton, Noah, in Prov. Cong., 10. 
913, 915. 
on com. Prov. Cong.., 18. 927, 929, 
967, 996. 
Hinton, Rubin, in miliUa, 22. 358. 
Hinton, Wm., army pay, 17. 221. 
Hinton, Wm., declares independence, 

10. 612. 

Hinton, Wm., evidence on case of, 

11. 790, 791, 792. 

Hinton, Wm., in miUtia. 22. 333. 

Hinton, Wm., in miUUa, 22. 355. 

Hinton, Wm., land grant to, 4. 627, 
896. 

Hinton, Wi?]., money from, 21. 1066. 

Hinton, Wm., petitions on county 
bounds, 8. 633-4. 

Hinton, Wm., sheriff, 21. 1079. 

Hinton (Hilton?) Wiiiiam, to ex- 
plore Cape Pear, 1. 39-40. 
See also Hilton, Wm. 

Hinton's, Jos., camp at, 22. 1039. 

Hinton's Quarter, 28. 495. 
court to be held at, 6. 1064. 

H intra nd, Wm., regulator, 7. 736. 

Hiowee, 11. 179. 

Hlott, Eiisha, army pay, 17. 216. 

Hipp, Valentine, pensioner. 22. 70. 

Hirebent, » 22. 291. 



Hiscocic, Wm., pensioned. 8. 131. 206, 

214, 220. 
Hise, Leonard, pensioner, 22. 70. 
Hiseiip, Kindle, in army, 16. 735. 
Hisiip, Kendall, army pay, 17. 217. 

army rank, 16. 1196. 
Hispanioia, 6. 239; 7. 159; 8. 1152; 
10. 161; 18. 354; 14. 253. 799. 
prizes taken off coast of. 6. 569. 
provisions to be sent to, 14. 864. 
HIssett, Moses, army rank. 16. 1076. 
Historians, errors of in the quarrel 
with the Albemarle counties. 4. 
xviii. xix-xx. 
estimate of Johnston. 4. iii. 
Historical materials, meagemess of 
after 1776. and reasons. II. iii-lv. 



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HOBSON, FRANCIS 



Historical Society of South Carolina, 

reprints from publications of, 

11. 267, 273. 
Historical statement in regard to 

gathering and printing of N. C. 

Colonial Records. 1. iii-viii. 
History of N. C, Murphey's, 18. 976- 

977, 978, 993-994, 998. 
History of various laws, 8. 175-177, 

180-9, 190-194. 
HItchcocIc, , brigade major, IS. 

612, 525, 535, 547. 
Hitohcock, Fredk., army rank, 18. 

1073. 
Hitchcock, John, land grant to, 4. 

596. 
Hitchcock, Zackh., army rank, 18. 

1078. 
Hitchcock's Creek, 8. 1084; 8. 263; 

S4. 287, 289. 
Hitcherslde, James, asks for new 

county, 8. 89-90. 
Hite, r opposes Transylvania Co., 

18. 384. 
Hite, Isaac, in leg. of Transylvania, 

8. 1267, 1273, 1274, 1276. 
Hlth. See Hiegh, High, Highe, etc. 
HIth, Samuel, a J. P., 4. 965. 
Hitiey, James, takes oath, SS. 174. 
HItley, Wm., takes oath, SS. 174. 
Hiwassee, 18. 883. 
Hlx. See Hickes, Hicks. 
Hix, Abednego, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 18. 708-11. 
Hlx, James, petitions for extension 

of power of J. P's, 7. 874-5. 
Hix, J no., in militia, SS. 325. 
Hix, Patrick, in miUUa, SS. 326. 
Hix, Sam'l, in militia, SS. 325. 
Hix (Hicks), Thos., a J. P., S8. 993. 
building coms'r, S8. 925. 
in Prov. Cong., 8. 1042, 1049, 1178, 

1180, 1181; 18. 165, 167, 173. 
Hix. Wm., claims proved, 8. 517. 
Hix, Willis, claims proved, 8. 517. 
Hlxon, Timothy, a J. P., S8. 995. 
Hixon, Wm., quit rents of, SS. 249. 
Hlxson's, inspection at, S6. 303, 380. 
Hizzard, Wm., army pay, 17. 221. 
Hoar, Mr., bills drawn on, 1. 721. 
Hoard, John, land grant to, 4. 852, 

953. 
Hoard, Micajah, army rank, 18. 1083. 
Hoard, Thomas, prisoner, 18. 678. 
Hoarding, bill to encourage, 18. 120, 

155-156, 345, 361-362. 
Hoath, Thos., juror, 2. 664, 826. 
Hobb. See Hobbs, Hobs. 



on county 
on county 



Hobb (Hobbs), Christ. Gregory, 
a J. P., 4. 712. 

coms'r on church. S8. 231, 365. 
Hobb, John, juror, 4. 524. 
Hobbey, See Hobby, Hoby. 
Hobbey, Thos., land grant to, 4. 886. 
Hobbrook, John, appraiser, S. 496. 
Hobbs. See Hobs. 
Hobbs, Abner, army pay, 17. 220. 
Hobbs (Hobb, Hobs), Abraham, S. 

805. 
asks for lapse patent, S. 377. 
law suits, 1. 532. 533, 534, 549, 550, 

551, 561, 562. 
road overseer, 1. 486. 
Hobbs, Amos, petitions 

bounds, 8. 633-635. 
Hobbs, Guy, petitions 

bounds, 8. 633-635. 
Hobbs, Isaac, army rank, 18. 1077. 
Hobbs, Jacob, army pay, 17. 216. 

army rank, 18. 1083. 
Hobbs, John, buys land, S. 353-354. 
Hobbs, Jos., army rank, 18. 1082. 
Hobbs, Mary, asks for escheated 

lands, S. 70-71. 
Hobbs, Moses, army rank, 18. 1077. 
Hobbs, Peter, army rank, 18. 1079. 
Hobbs, Reuben, army rank, 18. 1083. 
Hobbs, Thomas, juror, 4. 517. 
Hobbs, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 252. 
Hobbs, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 256. 
Hobbs, Wm., in militia, 22. 378. 
Hobbs, Wm., pensioner, 22. 70. 
Hobby. See Hobbey, Hoby. 

Hobby, > pay to, 22. 495. 

Hobby, J no., in militia, 22. 360. 
Hobby, Wm., land grant to, 4. 635. 
Hobgood, Elijah, bad man, 21. 752. 
Hobgood, Hezeklah, takes oath, 22. 

168. 
Hobgood, John, army pay, 27. 220. 

army rank, 18. 1079. 
Hobgood, John, bad man, 21. 752. 
Hobkins, Denis, asks pardon for Wel- 

born, 8. 26-7. 
recommends Welbom, 8. 25-6. 
Hobkirk's Hill, battle of, 17. 1028-9; 

22. 106, 730. 
Hobs. See Hobb, Hobbs. 
Hobs, Amos, in militia. 
Hobs, Guy, in militia. 
Hobs, John, in militia. 
Hobs, J no., in militia. 
Hobs, Simon, in militia, 
Hobs, Thos., in militia, 
Hobson. See Hopson. 
Hobson, Francis, a J. P., 8. 343. 



357. 
357. 
357. 
357. 

340. 

357. 



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270 



HODGES, ROGER 



Hobson, Francis, a J. P., 18. 40. 

Hob8on, Francis, juror, S. 646, 712. 

Hobson, Francis, Juror, 4. 522. 
land grant to, 4. 348. 

Hobson, J no., juror, S6. 188. 

Hobson, Wm., asks pay for supplies 
against regulators, 8. 354-355. 

Hobson's Choice, 14. 251. 

Ho by. See Hobbey, Hobby. 

Hoby, Wm., army rank, 18. 1080. 

Hochhammer, Philip, army rank, 18. 
1072. 

Hochommer, Philip, in army, 16. 730. 

Hookam's Creek, 4. 222. 

Hooktey, Michael, army pay, 17. 218. 

Hocks, Michael, army pay, 17. 218. 

Hocott, Ed., quit rents of, S2. 256. 

Hocott, Wm., juror, S6. 185. 

Hocut, Ed., in miUtia, 22. 333. 

Hocut, Wm., in militia. 22. 333. 

Hodd, David, land grant to, 18. 572. 

Hodgdon, ^ 14. 644. 

Hodgdon, Samuel, extract from let- 
ter to Harrington, 14. 527, 528. 

Hodge, » in assembly, 21. 598, 671, 

696, 697. 

Hodge, A., memorial, 20. 267, 268, 
278, 462. 
prints at FayetteviUe, 20. 630. 
to Caswell on public printing, 20. 

755-756. 
See also Hodge & Amett, Hodge & 
Blanchard, Hodge & Wills. 

Hodge, Alex., pensioner, 22. 70. 

Hodge, Ambrose, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-11. 

Hodge, Francis, 24. 974. 
act for land to, 24. 629-30. 
land grant to, 18. 572. 

Hodge, Geo., pensioner, 22. 69. 

Hodge, James, in prison, 16. 582. 

Hodge, John, asks pardon for Fruit, 
8. 93-4. 

Hodge, John, claim, 8. 489. 

Hodge, Joseph, in Conv. 1789, 22. 38. 
46, 49. 

Hodge, Jos., tory officer, 22. 198. 

Hodge, Samuel, to Caswell on prize 
money, 13. 489. 

Hodge, W., 14. 670. 

Hodge and Amett, petition on print- 
ing. 17. 283, 286, 337, 345; 28. 13. 
51-52. 
public printers, 17. 413, 416; 20. 
100, 103. 

Hodge and Blanchard, account, 20. 
756. 
memorial, 18. 177, 208, 395, 411, 



447, 466, 468, 472; 20. 288, 469, 

473. 

to print resolutions. 18. 716. 

Hodge and Wills (Willis), memorial, 

20. 505, 506, 507, 513, 520, 522, 

529, 594; 21. 46, 60, 72-73, 76, 183. 

nom. for public printers, 21. 223, 

244, 591, 604, 773, 777, 927, 934. 
printers, 22. 51. 
Hodges, Mr., 2. 130. 
fails to answer bill drawn by Rains- 
ford, 2. 54-5. 
secretary of S. P. G., 2. 220. 
treasurer of S. P. G., 2. 18. 
Urmston to on books and religious 
affairs, 1. 884-5. 
Hodges, BenJ., army rank, 18. 1079. 
in army, 16. 724. 
re-enlists, 10. 749. 
Hodges, BenJ., land grant to, 4. 762. 
Hodges, Ellas, land grant to, 4. 352, 

590. 
Hodges, Francis, land grant to, 4. 
335, 766, 968. 
rights proved, 4. 766. 
Hodges, Howell, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 
38, 62, 99. 
patroler, 18. 451. 
Hodges. Jas., army rank, 18. 1082. 
Hodges, J no., army rank, 18. 1075. 
Hodges, John, captain, 17. 966. 
Hodges, John, ensign, 10. 563. 
Hodges, John, land grant to, 4. 352, 

618. 
Hodges, John, on regulation of Cross 

Creek, 10. 209-211. 
Hodges, John, witness, 2. 692, 697. 
Hodges, Joseph, army rank, 10. 1080. 

lieut., 17. 966. 
Hodges, Joseph, in militia, 22. 162. 
Hodges, Joseph, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hodges, Joshua, drafted, 14. 839. 
Hodges, Josh., in miliUa, 22. 270. 
Hodges, Matthew, patroler, 10. 63. 

petitions for Tyson, 10. 580. 
Hodges, Phil., on regulation of Cross 

Creek, 16. 209-211. 
Hodges, Richard, a J. P., 8. 234. 
Hodges, RIchd., quit rents of, 22. 247. 
Hodges, Robt., army rank, 18. 1082. 
Hodges, Robert, in militia, 8. 696. 
Hodges, Robert, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 
37, 62, 99. 
patroler, 10. 63, 451. 
Hodges, Robt., quit rents of, 22. 241. 
Hodges, Roger, land grant asked, 4. 
707. 
quit rents of, 22. 244. 



HODGES, SANDERS 



271 



HOGAN, JAMES 



rights proved, 4. 705. 
HodgeSy Sanders, army pay, 17. 220. 
Hodges, Thos., land grant to, 4. 273, 

596. 
Hodges, Wm., army pay, 17. 217. 

army rank, 18. 1080. 
Hodges, Wm., juror, 4. 523. 
Hodges, Wm., quit rents of, SS. 241. 
Hodges, Wm., robber, 8. 725, 771. 
Hodges, Wm., work, 6. 1216. 
Hodges, Wm., Jr., on regulation of 

Cross Greek, 16. 209-211. 
Hodges, Wylils, army rank, 18. 1082.! 
tfodge's Landing (Elias), quit rents 

paid at, it5. 218. 
Hodgkins, John, on S. C. petition, 1. 

637-640. 
Hodgs, Wm., army rank, 18. 1082. 
Hodgson, Adj., 12. 473. 
Hodgson, Capt., 4. 1087. 
Hodgson, MaJ., IS. 460. 
Hodgson, John, commends Adams, 1. 

728-9. 
Hodgson, John, 4. 1209. 
a J. P., 4. 346. 

advises members not to attend as- 
sembly, 4. 1196-1197, 1198. 
agrees not to attend assembly, 4. 

1190-1191, 1193, 1194, 1201-1202. 
Atty. Gen., 8. 628, 629. 
bill to appoint him treasurer, 4. 541, 

566, 567, 568. 
coms'r and treasurer of Edenton, 

S8. 137, 145. 
commissioner to revise laws, 4. 379, 

407. 
commissary of troops, S8. 152. 
curses Rice, 4. 485. 
disbarred as att'y, 8. xzzv. 
helps to defeat impeachment of 

Smith, 4. 1207-1208. 
in assembly, 8. 635, 637; 4. 115, 117, 
189, 364, 365, 369, 370, 372, 374, 
375. 380, 392, 401, 406, 407, 414, 
493, 565. 652. 723, 724, 725, 726, 
728, 731, 737, 738, 739, 740, 741. 
742, 770, 773, 774, 776, 782, 790. 
816, 817, 818, 819, 1181. 
Judge of admiralty, 4. 345. 
juror, 4. 516. 
land grant to, 4. 52, 56, 221, 342, 

588. 
on com. of assembly, 8. 640; 4. 377, 

384, 385, 393. 
opposes grant to Shives, 4. 50. 
port coms'r, S8. 667. 
reports on revisal of laws, 4. 497. 
resigns as treasurer, 4. 728. 
seizes land mortgaged to county. 



4. 775. 
silenced by Johnston, 8. 290. 
speaker of assembly, 4. 471, 493, 

570; S8. 135, 157, 204, 207. 
surety, 7. 717. 

to report on revisal of laws, 4. 514. 

treasurer, 4. 403. 404; S8. 149, 155. 

tries to Induce sheriff to return five 

members, 4. 1194-1195. 

Hodgson, J no., gun impressed, 22. 

413. 
Hodgton, Alvery, army rank, 18. 1073. 
Hod lock, John, army pay, 17. 220. 
Hodsock, Sampsoix, army pay, 17. 

220. 
Hodson, Adjt., 12. 473, 479. 
Hoe, Rice, to explore C., 1. 17. 
Hoell, Ellas (Ellis), army pay, 17. 
218. 
ensign, 11. 444; 22. 912. 
to Caswell resigning commission as 
ensign, 11. 637. 
Hoffman, Daniel, in Indian war, 10. 

754. 
Hoffman Jacob, recommended, 18. 

133. 
Hoffman, John, resurvey to, O. 1083- 

1084. 
Hoffner, Martin, pensioner, 22. 70. 
Hofler, Hanoi, in miUtia, 22. 358. 
Hofner, Nicholas, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hog. See Hogg, Hoggs. 
Hog, Mr., 16. 408. 
Hog, MaJ., commands Light Infantry, 

18. 1200, 1201. 
Hog and Hominy, origin of, 2. xii-xiii. 
Hog Town, inspection at, 28. 641, 792; 

26. 313, 379. 
Hogan. Hogin, Hogun. 
Hogan, Mr., 8. 707; 8. 307. 
Hogan, Daniel, act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 
land grant to. 18. 572. 
Hogan, Humphrey, act for land to, 
14. 629-30. 
land grant to, 18. 572. 
Hogan, Isaac, on com. of Prov. Cong., 

18. xxiii. 
Hogan (Hogun), Isaiah, in Prov. 
Cong., 18. 914, 924, 943. 
protects against regulators, 8. 273- 

4. 
regulators' entry on causes of, 8. 

237. 
sheriff of Chatham, 11. 475. 
Hogan, James, act for town on lands 
of, 26. 49. 
army rank, 18. 1077. 
rank, 17. 1047. 



HOGAN, JOHN 



272 



HOGG, JAMES 



Hogan, John, a J. P., S8. 995. 
administers oath, 18. 424. 
chairman of Safety Com. of Orange, 

10. 786. 
claim, 8. 487. 
colonel, 10. 207. 
coms'r on capital, 18. 752. 
impeaches action of McCauly, 18. 

890, 982. 
in assembly, 18. 624, 736, 753, 825, 

859, 883, 890. 
on com. of assembly, 18. 739, 770, 

790, 826, 915. 
juror, 8. 72. 

to hold election, 10. 945. 
to resign as colonel, 10. 513. 
witness, 0. 532. 
Hogan, John, army pay, 17. 216. 
Hogan, John, certificate to, 18. 501, 

503. 
Hogan, John, witness, S2. 428. 
Hogan, John, & Co., bill for goods, 22. 

458, 463-4. 
Hogan, Proser (Proster), army rank, 
18. 1078. 
in army, 10. 724. 
re^nllsts, 10. 749. 
Hogan, Ralph, petition on separation, 

22. 705-9. 
Hogan, Shad rack, resigns as J. P. 

21. 205, 212, 580. 
Hogan, Thomas, petition on C. H., 8. 

806-807. 
Hogan, Wm., payment to, 22. 442. 
Hogan, Wliiiam, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 
Hogan, Zachariah, protests against 
regulators, 8. 273-4. 

Hogana, ^ takes illegal fees, 7. 

777. 
Hogans, Daniel, land lapses, 2. 487. 
Hogan's (Hoghan's) Creek, 14. 671. 
grain and cattle to be purchased on, 

14. 657. 
requisition from, 8. 715. 
supplies on, 14. 648. 
Hogdon, MaJ., 14. 597, 598. 
Hoge, Mr., 6. 1201. 
Hogen, Mr., supplies necessaries to 

army, 8. 579. 
Hoges, Willis, in prison, 16. 532. 
Hogg. See Hog, Hoggs. 
Hogg, » 22. 622, 623. 



Hogg, Miss, 18. 993. 

Hogg. Mr., 6. 1201. 

Hogg, Mr., 11. 288; 16. 544, 613, 614; 

18. 981. 985; 17. 124, 125. 127; 

18. 6, 236. 



Hogg, Mr., letter quoted, 22. 1047. 
Hogg, Mr., salt of stolen, 22. 602. 
Hogg, Capt, 18. 947, 948, 950, 951, 
953, 954, 996. 

roster of company, 18. 1002, 1006, 
1009, 1018, 1025, 1034, 1045, 1053, 
1062, 1068, 1079, 1086, 1088, 1092, 
1098, 1105, 1108, 1117, 1123. 1126, 
1130-1, 1137, 1148, 1160. 1179, 1180. 
1188. 
Hogg, Andw., army rank, 18. 1084. 
Hogg. Ann, gives power of att'y, 1. 

495, 496. 
Hogg, Ellsha, army pay, 17. 220. 
Hogg, Gavin, act to change name to 
Alves, 14. 857-8. 

bill to alter name, 18. 92, 144, 322- 
323, 326, 363, 368, 377. 
Hogg, Gideon, army rank, 18. 1083. 
Hogg, James, gives power of att'y. 1. 
495, 496, 521. 

juror, 1. 388. 

sells land, 1. 521. 
Hogg, James, a J. P., 28. 995. 

act to change name of sons, 24. 
857-8; to vest lands in, 24. 530-1. 
640, 991. 

at meeting of Transylvania Proprie- 
tors, 10. 256-261. 

buys interests of Campbell and to 
sue, 24. 858. 

buys Transylvania, 10. 151-152. 

Clark to on his Tory brother. 18. 
478. 

coms'r on navigation, 20. 98; on 
school, 24. 250; on town, 24. 23, 
462, 622. 

Deane to on gov't of Transylvania, 
10. 300-304. 

delegate from Transylvania to 
Cont. Cong, and duties, 10. 257, 
259, 274. 

memorial. 10. 89, 106, 585; and bill 
for, 10. 164, 169, 179, 192, 200, 
201, 208, 213. 283, 320, 325, 326, 
327, 329, 330, 339, 342, 344, 347, 
351, 354; considered, 10. 129, 130. 
132, 151-152, 154; 17. 286. 

nom. for C. of S., 10. 466, 809; 21. 
393. 

petitions as executor of Burke, 20. 
14, 16; 21. 221, 596. 

takes deposition of Williams, 10. 
760. 

thanked, 10. 475, 483. 

to Henderson on reception of Tran- 
sylvania in Cont. Cong.. 10. 37S- 
6. * 



HOGG, MRS. JAMES 



273 



HOGPEN, WILLIAM 



treats with Conn., 10. 323. 
trustee, SO. 412; of univ., S6. 22. 
White to on Burke, SO. 790-791. 
Hogg, Mrs. James, 18. 478. 
Hogg, John, a J. P., 8. 1221. 
loyalist, 11. 715. 

on S. C. of Wilmington, 8. 1103-4. 
witness, SO. 729. 
Hogg, Robert, act for executors to 

maintain suits, etc., S4. 858. 
allowed to dispose of effects, 10. 

972. 
bill in favor of executors, 18. 152, 

188, 220, 372, 380, 417, 426, 430. 
building coms'r, S8. 928. 
claims of executors, 18. 554, 558. 
collects money, 10. 29. 
liberty on parole to, SS. 952. 
memorial of executors, 18. 75. 
on confiscation act, 16. 203-205. 
on S. C. of Wilmington, 8. 1089, 

1090, 1098, 1109. 1118. 1120, 1126. 

1127, 1128, 1135, 1143, 1166, 1168, 

1170, 1222, 1265; 10. 12, 15, 24, 50. 
petition. 18. 747, 749; by executors, 

18. 183, 302, 310, 404-405, 416; 18. 

418, 669; on citizenship referred to 

com. and report, 18. 536, 538, 553- 

554, 632, 637-638, 650, 734n. 
prepares letter calling Prov. Cong.. 

8. 1016, 1017-1018. 
resigns from Wilmington S. C, 10. 

50. 
Tryon to on battle of Alamance, 8. 

716-717. 
Hogg, Samuei, paroled, 18. 255. 
Hogg, Tho8., land grant to, 4. 63. 
Hogg, Thomas, 14. 80, 182; 16. 314; 

16. 488, 632, 633. 669. 
a prisoner, 14. 817. 
and army frauds, 18. 375. 
army rank. 16. 1075. 
army record, 18. 474. 
asks for Serg. Reen, 16. 567. 
Burke to on complaint of Crofton, 

16. 559; on enlistment of Tories, 

16. 229-231. 
commands expedition, 16. 233. 
Cont. major, SS. 1049. 
enquires for arms, 16. 624. 
gives directions on troops, 1 6. 444, 

445. 
goes into Chatham and Randolph, 

16. 538, 540. 541, 543, 544, 548, 557, 

560, 561, 562. 
holds court of inquiry, 16. 617-18. 
in Cincinnati, 17. 134. 
in command against Tories, 16. 43. 



in N. C. batallion, 18. 343. 

left at Salisbury. 16. 530. 

movements. 16. 599. 

needs Continental officers. 16. 508. 

nom. for tobacco buyer, 18. 189, 420, 

450. 
officer, 18. 486. 
on court martial, 11. 752. 
promoted, 17. 132. 141.. 
rank. 16. 72. 577. 608, 1072. 
recommended for promotion, 11. 

800. 
sent against Tories, 16. 548. 
stores to, 16. 597. 
Sumner to on half pay for officers, 
etc., 16. 471; on Long case, 18. 
489-490; on movement of troops, 
16. 649; on prisoners, 16. 573, 
574. 
to Burke on Tories, 16. 557. 
to command militia, 16. 456. 
to Sumner on public affairs, 16. 

628; on suit, 16. 676. 
whips deserter, 16. 470. 
Hogg, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 960. 
Hogg, Thos., lieut, 10. 187. 
Hogg, Thomas, 8r.. land grant to, 4. 

1247. 
Hogg, Walter, act to change name to 
Alves, S4. 857-8. 
bill to alter name, 16. 92. 144, 157, 
322-3. 326. 363, 368, 377. 
Hogg and Burges, 16. 993. 
Hogg and Campbell, S4. 858. 
claims paid, 10. 438. 
goods of sold by S. C, 8. 1103, 1104. 
papers to from S. C, 8. 1110. 
Hogg Island. 10. 56. 
Hoggans, John, allowance to, SS. 851. 
Hoggans, Wm., allowance to, SS. 851. 
Hoggard, Patrick, army pay, 17. 216. 

army rank, 16. 1080. 
Hoggard, Wm., army pay, 17. 216. 

army rank, 18. 522; 16. 1075. 
Hoggart, J no., army rank, 16. 1080. 
Hoggatt, Nathaniel, petition on C. H., 

8. 806-808. 
Hogge, Rev. Mr., 6. 1221. 
Hoggett's Station, man scalped at, SS. 

790. 
Hoggs. See Hog, Hogg. 
Hoggs, J no., witness to treaty, 18. 

515. 
Hogin, Ed., in militia. SS. 281. 
Hogins, Jonas, in militia, SS. 366. 
Hogins, Thadwich, regulator, 8. 80. 
Hogon, Wm. Qrifen, regulator, 8. 78. 
Hogpen, William, petition, 1. 305-306. 



18 



HOGSHEAD, WALTER 



274 



HOGUN, JAMES 



Hogshead, Walter, in miUtla, 2S. 397. 
Hogs, act on marking and killing, 28. 

57-59, 165-8, 333, 336; S6. 160-1; 

on driving, 28. 60-61, 112-14, 333, 

335; 26. 160-1; on strays, 24. 100- 

2, 400. 
Hogs and Cattle, raised by Pollock, 2. 

386-388. 
bill to amend act on stealing, 6. 877, 

903; to destroy wild, 4. 1262, 1286; 

to prevent driving of hogs, 4. 137; 

8. 395, 492; to prevent stealing of, 

8. 395, 492. 
driven to Va., 6. zlvi, 2, 322. 
indictments for stealing, 2. 366. 
number sent to Va., 8. 621-2. 
to be held for gov't, 17. 676-677, 

678, 757, 758, 759. 
Hogstone, Arch'd, in militia, 17. 1056. 
Hogues, James, on regulation of 

Cross Creek, 16. 209-211. 
Hogun. See Hogan, Hogin, Hogon. 
Hogun, Mr., in assem., 18. 809. 
Hogun, David, army rank, 18. 1080. 
Hogun (Hogan), James, 18. 166; 14. 

80, 157, 285, 835; 16. 187, 194. 
a prisoner, 14. xi, 815, 817. 
allows Messer to resign, 11. 810. 
arrives in Phila., 18. 211, 471; 22. 

977; at Charleston, 14. 799. 
at council of officers, 16. 27-29. 
at council of war, 14. 801, 805-806, 

813-814. 
brigadier gen., 18. ix, 485; 14. 10- 

12; 18. 906-908; and reasons, 22. 

519; and explanation of same, 16. 

746. 
brigade ordered South and number, 

16. 26. 
Caswell to on commissions for offi- 
cers and character of drafts, 18. 

192, 193; on disposition of troops, 

14, 101-102; forwarding recruits 

to Cont. army, 18. 151-152; on 

movement of troops, 18. 173, 179- 

181, 187, 188, 189. 
clothing to troops of, 18. 485. 
colonel, 10. 941, 949, 973; 11. xli. 
commands third N. C. battalion, 18. 

343-344; regiment sent north, 18. 

208. 
field officer, 12. 488, 491. 
goes to Charleston, 14. viii, ix, x; 

to S. C, 16. 341. 
Harrison to on enlistments, 18. 

482. 
in N. C. battalion, 18. 343. 



in Prov. Cong., 10. 165, 167, 172, 

500, 501, 523,' 558, 914, 916, 943, 

946, 958. 
letter to on his needs, 14. 834. 
major, 10. 531, 577. 
muster rolls of wanted, 21. 313. 
on board to recommend promotions, 

11. 800. 
on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 917, 918. 
on court martial, 11. 752. 
on S. C. of Halifax, 8. 1101. 
ordered to Philadelphia, 14. vli. 
organizes new recruits, 18. ix. 
owes state, 21. 1070. 
paymaster, 10. 521, 524. 
position of regt. in army, 12. 609. 
pres. of ct martial, 12. 542, 544; of 

Granbury, 11. 790. 
protests against Hand, 11. 563, 750. 
receipts for money, 14. 295. 
recruits put under command of, 12. 

821. 
reg't of, 14. 360; lacks clothing, 

22. 987-8. 
reports on salt raid, 11. 627. 
resigns as colonel, n. vlii. 
return of troops under, 11. 824; 18. 

488. 
roster of reg't, 16. 1005, 1014-101^, 

1031, 1048, 1061, 1057, 1066, 1077, 

1091, 1097, 1103, 1113-14, 1126, 

1129, 1135, 1146, 1157. 1171, 1176, 

1178, 1184-5. 
sends list of nominations for off!- 

cers, 18. 190, 191; report of C. C. 

on re-organization of troops to 

Caswell, 18. 426. 
soldier of deserts, 14. 769. 
soldiers of makes captures from 

Tory, 14. 874-876. 
supplies needed by brigade, 16. 326. 
Thackston to on provisions for 

troops, 18. 460-461; 16. 714. 
to administer oaths to Prov. Cong., 

10. 926. 
to Caswell on clothing for troops, 

etc., 14. 158-159; on movement of 

troops, 18. 168; on public affairs, 

14. 334-335; on troops and public 

affairs, 14. 15-16; on recruiting, 

22. 759-60; on sending provisions 

north and answer, 18. 69, 74. 
to HoUingsworth on movement of 

troops, etc., 16. 767. 
to Sunmer on location of troops, 

18. 495-496. 
to Washington on his march south. 



HOGUN, JAMES 



275 



IIOLKER, MR. 



14. 798; on troops, 14. 290; 16. 
767. 
Hogun, James, com. on capital, 18. 

804. 
Hogun (parole), IS. 486. 
Hohammer, Henry, petition on sepa- 
ration, 22. 705-10. 
Hokammer, Philip, in militia, 22. 417. 
Hoke, John, forms classis, 8. 757. 
Hoke family, pioneers, 8. 753. 
Hokett, Nathaniel, Sr., petition on C. 

H., 8. 806-808. 
Hokimer, Henry, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-11. 
Holand, Peter, takes oath, 22. 179. 
Hoi born, Eng., 4. 656. 
Holbourn (Hoiburne), Admiral, 6. 792. 
to command N. A. squadron, 6. 744- 

745. 
joins Earl Londoun, 6. 783. 
Holbourn, Middesex, 11. 90. 
Holbourne, 8. 35. 

Hoibrook, John, a J. P., 2. 540, 670, 
607; 8. 223, 418; 4. 46. 
asks for lapse patent, 2. 331, 487. 
juror. 2. 477. 591. 
vestryman, 2. 208; 28. 7. 
Hoibrook, John, juror, 4. 522. 

land grant to. 4. 638. 
Hoibrook, J.ohn, witness, 1. 42. 
Hold (Holt7), Mr., 22. 433. 
Holdane, Capt., and battle of Camden, 
16. 272. 

Holdbrook, » quit rents of, 22. 2ll. 

Hoiden, Jae., army rank, 18. 1075. 
Holden, Jeremiah, 6. 1210. 
Hoiden, Robert, sent to C. 1. 288. 
collector of customs, 1. 320, 327; and 

leader in rebellion, 1. 304. 
commissioned to make discoveries, 

1. 239-240, 241. 
commissioner of wreck, 1. 240, 241. 
goes to Albemarle, 1. 246. 
instructions to, 1. 241. 
letter of Biggs on Culpepper Rebel- 
lion, 1. 318. 319. 
on council, 1. 254. 
on N. C. trade and its retarding 

force, 2. xiv. 
opposes execution of law and seizes 

officers, 1. 319-20. 321, 
secretary of Albemarle, 1. 314, 317. 
signs land patent, 1. 271, 303. 
to Board of Trade on colonies, 1. 

663-664. 
to collect rents. 1. 241. 
to commissioner of customs on 
frauds, 1. 244-246. 



Holden's Place, 26. 111. 
Holder, Wm., in militia, 22. 422. 
Holderbly, Fortune, land grant to, 4. 
52. 

Holderneea, Wm., in militia, 22. 163. 
Holdernees, Wm., in militia, 22. 394. 
Hotdernesee (Holdernese), Earl of, 6. 
144^, 792. 
at Privy Council, 8. 53-54. 
commissions Turner, 8. 522. 
letter from ment'd, 6. 108, 130, 131, 
178, 179, 193. 

Rowan to on French and Indians. 6. 
25. 

to Dobbs on militia, 6. 78-79. 

to governors of N. A. on embargo 

and privateers. 6. 756-757. 
to prepare warrant for Dobbs as 

governor. 6. 17; 11. 117. 
to Rowan on hostile Indians, 6. 36- 

37. 
Holdhouser's Church, 8. 794. 
Holdin, Wm., army rank, 18. 1081. 
Holdiness, Wm., in militia. 22. 394. 
Holdon, Jere, in militia. 22. 330. 
Holdridge, Mr., on guard, 12. 541. 
Holdridge, MaJ.. field officer. 12. 503, 

535. 
to superintend embarkation of 

troops, 12. 504. 
Holdsbrooke, John, army pay, 17. 220. 
Holdsbrooks, Vetch, army pay, 17. 

216. 
Holdway, Henry, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Holdy, Matthew, asks pardon for 

Fruit, 8. 93-94. 
Hole Mountain, 11. facing 80. 
Holeham, Jno., in militia, 22. 326. 
Holeman. See HoUiman, etc. 
Holeman, David, a J. P.. 8. 1008. 
Holeman, Yancy, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Holeman, James, a J. P., 8. 1008. 
Holes, Richard, in N. C. battalion, 18. 

343. 
Holeway. See Hollo way. 
Holeway, David, army pay. 17. 221. 
Holford. See Alford. 
Holford, John, juror, 1. 411, 415. 
Holgan, John, resolve in favor of, 12. 

812, 875. 
Holidays, act on, 28. 3-6; 26. 159. 
Holiman, Ed., in miliUa, 22. 374. 
Holingsworth. See Hollingsworth. 
HoUngsworth, Chas., in militia. 22. 

319. 
Holker, Mr., contracts to supply arms, 

17. 911. 



HOLLADAY 



276 



HOLLEMS, WM. 



consul, 19. 874. 

furnishes arms to Md., SS. 1034. 
Hotladay. See HoUiday. 
Hotladay, Sam'l, petition, 19. 745. 
Holladay, Thos., juror, S. 821. 
Holland, Bazel, army pay, 17. 220. 

army rank, 16. 1084. 
Holland, Ben, a J. P., 2S. 702-3. 
Holland, Daniel, army rank, 16. 1084. 
Holland, Daniel, land grant to, 4. 593. 
Holland, Dick, to Jones on prisoners, 

16. 536. 
Holland, Edward, petition on C. H., 8. 

806-808. 
Holland, Frederick, in militia. 16. 399. 
Holland, Henry, army pay, .17. 217. 
army rank, 16. 1083. 
in militia, 16. 399. 
Holland, Hen., quit rents of, 2S. 251. 
Holland, Jamee, C. H. to be on lands 
of, S4. 473. 
in assembly, 18. 227, 228, 242, 257, 
277, 298, 311, 312, 344, 345, 346, 
351, 361, 366. 376, 389. 399, 410, 
412, 429, 440, 443, 445, 469, 470, 
471; 18. 129, 130. 168. 199, 202; 
SI. i94, 196, 207, 211, 212, 234, 
255, 264, 288, 294, 298, 305, 332, 
346, 357, 367. 372, 379, 383, 402, 
411, 432. 434, 578, 582, 646. 
in Conv. 1789, SS. 38. 47. 48. 
lieut.. 16. 937. 
memorial. 18. 14, 16, 183. 246, 405- 

406. 416. 
nom. for C. C, 18. 80, 313; for C. of 

S., SI. 386, 703. 
officer. 16. 449, 458. 
on com. of assem., 18. 8. 30, 38, 151. 
206. 218, 235, 263. 268, 283, 371, 431. 
trustee univ., S6. 22. 
Holland, James, pensioner. SS. 70. 
Holland, James, voter, 16. 238. 
Holland, Jesey, petition on separation. 

SS. 705-12. 
Holland, John, law suit, 1. 392. 
Holland, John, land grant to. 4. 1249. 
Holland, Josiahp army rank, 16. 1075. 
Holland, Otho, apologizes to House, 3. 
291. 
Juror, 4. 520. 
marshall. 8. 289. 
Holland, Reason, army pay, 17. 216. 

army rank, 16. 1074. 
Holland, Reason, army rank. fB. 1075. 
Holland, Richard, land lapse, 8. 641. 

pays quit rents, 8. 727. 
Holland, Richard, land grant to. 4. 644, 
761. 



rights proved, 4. 642. 
Holland, Samuel, law suit, S. 84-85, 92, 

109. 
Holland, Spier, army pay, 17. 216. 

army rank, 16. 1075. 
Holland, Wm., S6. 100. 
Holland, Wm., army rank, 16. 726; 16. 

1077. 
Holland, Wm., pensioner, SS. 69. 
Holland, William, petition on separa- 
tion, SS. 705-13. 
Holland, 1. 603; 6. 1147; 8. 630; 16. 
447, 969; 14. 305; 16. 172; 17. 
125; S6. 636, 738. 
Adams sent to, 16. 643. 
agent of N. C. sent to, 11. 359, 360. 
arms, etc., from, 18. 588, 606. 
bills drawn on, 19. 945. 
debt to considered, 17. 526, 527, 548, 

549. 561. 
deeds recorded in, S6. iii. 
DeGraffenried in. 1. 907. 
does not sign treaty, SS. 623. 
emigrants to Pa., 6. 472. 
English trade with, S. 628. 
forbids exportation of arms and 

ammunition. 8. 1186-9. 
free negro to go to, S. 702. 
French and Prussians in, S6. 791. 
government of criticised, 11. 324. 
iUegal trade with, 1. 469; 8. 1021. 
Inventory of goods shipped to, 1. 

322-323. 
laws fitted for, 8. 15. 
lends money to France, 18. 354. 
LePoole sails to, 11. 398. 
loan of U. S. in, 14. 231; 16. 761, 
765; 17. 177-180; 16. 668; 18. 
630; to be negotiated in, 14. 214, 
216, 219. 
prohibits exportation of naval stores, 

16. 70. 
money borrowed from. 16. 435, 756. 
rice exported to. S. 424. 
settles per agreements, 16. 895. 
Swiss embark from, 1. 911; 4. 166. 
tobacco sent to. 1. 245. 
trade to, 1. 467; 11. 398-399; with 

and R. I. and Conn.. 6. 477. 
vessel to be sold in, 1. 546. 
Hollaway. See HoUoway. 
Hollaway, John, land grant to, 4. 1039. 
Hollawel. Hollowell. 

Hollawel, , quit rents of. 88. 252. 

Hollawel, Thos., quit rents of, 88. 252. 
Hoi I brook, John, administration of es- 
tate, 4. 1124-1125. 
Hoilems, Wm., witness. 88. 428. 



HOLLENBECK, JNO. 



277 



HOLLOWELL, LUKE 



Hollenbeck, J no., army rank, 16. 1075. 
HotlenYiead, BenJ., army rank, 16. 

1084. 
Hollenhead, Thos., army rank, 16. 

1084. 
Hollens, Wm., pay to, 2S. 495. 
Hotlenshed, George, in militia, S2. 342. 
Holies, Lord, on Bd. of T. and F. C, 1. 

223. 
Holley. See Holly. 
Holley, Caleb, army pay, 17. 218. 
Holley, Henry, juror, 4. 525. 
Holley, Jacob, army rank, 16. 1082., 
Holley, J no., army rank, 16. 1083. 
Holley, John, building coms'r, S4. 643. 
Holley, John, land grants to, 4. 1248. 
Holley, Julius, regulator, 8. 79. 
Holley, Joseph, army rank, 16. 1072. 
Holley, Wm., in militia, 2S. 365. 
Holley, Wm., in militia, 2S. 375. 
Holleys, John, land grant to, 4. 853. 
Holllday. See Holladay. 
Holllday, Sam'l, petiUon, 18. 417. 
Holllday, Wm., indicted for passing 

counterfeit bill, 2. 554. 
Holllman. See Holeman, Holiman, 

Holloman, Holoman, Hollyman. 
Holllman, Benj., land grant to. 4. 766. 
Holllman, David, takes bond, 6. 992- 

993. 
Holllman, Sam, land grant to, 4. 333, 

588, 618, 627. 
Holllman, Silas, witness, 18. 252. 
Hoi I In, J ere., army rank, 16. 1084. 
Hoi 11 nan, James, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hollingsworth. See Holingsworth. 
Holllngsworth, Mr., 9. 1066. 
Hollingsworth, Charles, lieut., 10. 518, 

629. 
resigns as lieut, 10. 621. 
Holllngsworth, Elizabeth, 7. 781, 782. 
Hollingsworth, H., Hogun to on move- 
ment of troops, etc., 16. 767. 
Holllngsworth, Hen., in militia, 22. 

283. 
Hollingsworth, Henry, rights proved, 

4. 595. 
Holllngsworth, Henry, Jr., pensioner, 

22. 69. 
Holllngsworth, Jacob, claim, 8. 486. 
Hollingsworth (Hoiiinsworth), James, 

dropped as J. P., 8. 340, 762. 
Hollingsworth, Jas., in militia, 22. 

286. 
Holllngsworth, John, In Prov. Gong., 

10. 282, 501, 523, 543, 914, 916. 
on S. C. of New Hanover, 8. 1107, 

1149, 1150, 1151, 1168, 1265; 10. 



24, 112, 141, 220, 262, 282. 
on com. Provincial Congress, 10. 

504. 
pays fine, 8. 1266. 
to sell boats. 12. 177-178, 359, 360. 
Holllngsworth, John, land grant to, 

4. 354, 965. 
Holllngsworth, Levi, payment to, 17. 

561. 
Holllngsworth, Sam, signs Cumberland 

Co. ass'n, 10. 29-30. 
Hollingsworth (Holingsworth), Steph- 
en, claims, 4. 808. 
land grant to, 4. 56, 68, 764, 804. 
rights proved, 4. 763. 
Holllngsworth, Stephen, pensioner, 22. 

70. 
Holllngsworth, Zebedee, pensioner, 

22. 69. 
Hollingsworth, Zebulon, 24. 527. 
Hollingsworth, Zebl., in militia, 

285. 
Hollingsworth Zebulon, In militia, 

330. 
Holllngsworth's Landing, inspection at, 

26. 313, 379. 
Hoi lis, J as., army rank, 16. 1085. 
Hoi I is, Samuel, act for land to, 24. 

629-30. 
land grant to, 19. 573. 
Holloch, Joseph, asks pardon for 

Fruit, 8. 93-94. 
Holloman. See Holliman. 
Holloman (Hollomon), KInchan, army 

rank, 18. 509; 16. 1079. 
Holloman, Wm., militiaman, 7. 263. 
Holioway. See Hole way. 
Hoiioway, Benj., a J. P., 28. 994. 
Holioway, David, army rank, 18. 1080. 
Holioway, John, 2. 538. 
Holioway, Jno., in militia, 22. 323. 
Holioway, John, juror, 4. 517. 
Holioway, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 675, 
Holioway, Luke, juror, 20. 186. 
Holioway, Silas, witness 18. 252. 
Holioway, Stephen, tory officer, 22. 

197. 
Holioway, Thomas, 2. 302. 
Holioway, Thos., appraiser, 1. 565. 
Holioway, Thos., juror, 2. 553. 
Holioway, Thomas, juror, 4. 518. 
Holioway, ThoSn juror, 20. 186. 
Hollowday, Thos., in militia, 22. 349. 
Hollowell. See Holla weL 
Holiowell, Benjamin, juror, 8. 509. 
Hollowell, John, a J. P., 28. 995. 
Hollowell, Luke, asks for lapse patent, 

2. 495. 



HOLLOWELL, SAM'L. 



278 



HOLMES, SHADK. 



Hoilowoll, Sam'l, army rank, 16. 1077. 
Hollowoll, Silas, army pay, 17. 219. 
Hollowoll, Thos., quit rents of, SS. 252. 
Hollowell, Wm., petition of, 16. 46, 66, 

75, 275. 301. 
Hollum (Hallum), John, law suit, S. 

110. 
Hollumsy Wm^ payment to, SS. 442. 
Holly. See Holley. 
Holly, BenJ'n, army rank, 16. 1082. 
Holly, John, land grant to, 4. 1033. 
Holly, Nathaniel, in militia, SS. 365. 
Holly, Nath., in militia, SS. 875. 
Holly, Osborne, pensioner, SS. 69. 
Holly Shelter, 10. 25, SS. 541. 
Holly Shelter Creek, 6. 1086. 

British at, SS. 541. 
Holly man. See Holliman. 
Hollyman (Holliman), BenJ., blank 

patent to, 4. 1104, 1117, 1118, 1128. 
Hollyman, Wm., in militia, 22. 375. 
Holly's Creek, 24. 853. 
Hollyspring Church, 5. 1182. 
Holman, RIch'd, a J. P., 28. 995. 
Holman, Richard, Juror, 7. 846. 
Holme, Lazarus, Juror, 25. 190, 
Holmes. See Homes. 

Holmes, » buys land, 6. 174. 

Holmes, Mr., 10. 331. 

Holmes, Mr., on duty, 16. 481. 

Holmes, Rev. Mr., invited to preach 

before assembly, 4. 498. 
paid for sermon, 4. 489, 508. 
Holmes, Ensign, 18. 515. 
Holmes, Lt.. killed, 15. 638. 
Holmes, Lieut, on board of rearrange- 
ment, 16. 575. 
Holmes, Lieut., rank, 16. 665. 
Holmes, Andrew, army pay, 17. 218. 
Holmes, Archibald, buys land, 1. 620. 
Juror, 1. 608. 610. 611, 621. 
road overseer, 1. 611, 620. 
witness, 1. 620. 
See also Homes. 
Holmes, Daniel, army pay, 17. 218. 
Holmes, Ebenezer, land grant to, 4. 

221. 
rights proved, 4. 596. 
Holmes, Edward, will proved, 1. 563. 
Holmes, Edward, land grant to, 4. 712. 
Holmes, Eliz., proves will, 1. 563. 
Holmes, Felix, a J. P., 5. 993. 
Holmes, Francis, army pay, 17. 221. 
Holmes, Frederick, land grant asked, 

4. 707. 
Holmes, Gabriel, allowance to, 22. 

879. 
Holmes, George, land grant to, 4. 952. 



Holmes, Hardin, Juror, 4. 528. 
Holmes, Hardy, 15. 786. 
army rank, 16. 1083. 
commission asked for, 16. 481-482. 
Cont. Ueut, 22. 1049. 
in assembly, 20. 478, 494, 495, 562, 

567, 588. 
in conv. 1788, 22. 3, 5, 25, 27, 30, 32, 

35. 
in conv. 1789, 22. 38, 46, 49. 
lieut, 10. 626, 936. 
money from, 21. 1064. 
officer, 16. 486. 
rank, 16. 73, 577, 609. 
sheriff, 21. 1078. 
Holmes, Isaac, prisoner, 15. 392. 
Holmes, James, petition, 20. 667. 
Holmes, James, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Holmes (Homes), James, receives pay 
for soldiers, 1 7. 197, 202, 207, 211, 
215, 221, 224, 236, 241, 244, 250, 
254, 260. 
Holmes, John, a J. P., 889, 951, 1243. 
discharged by court, 2. 443. 
land grant asked, 4. 440; grant 
to, 4. 854, 963; lapses, 2. 525. 
Holmes, Jno., army rank, 16. 1083. 
Holmes, John B., prisoner, 17. 1045. 
Holmes, Josiah, army rank, 16. 1083. 
Holmes, Lewis, in assembly, 18. 227, 
228, 257, 284, 298, 311. 312, 817, 
344, 345. 346, .351, 357. 360, 361, 
362, 389, 399, 412. 429, 443, 445, 
468. 469, 470, 471; 20. 120, 121. 
167. 179. 238, 239. 240, 246. 276, 
285, 287, 288; 21. 4, 5, 6, 47, 52, 
66. 68, 74, 77, 110, 115, 130, 133, 
155, 160, 168, 190. 
in Conv. 1778, 22. 3. 5, 25, 27. 30, 

32, 35. 
on com. of assem., 18. 9, 237. 
tax collector, 16. 707. 
Holmes, Magdalin, gives power of at- 
torney, 1. 620. 
sells land, 1. 620. 
Holmes, Moses, army pay, 17. 217. 
cited before assem., 18. 18, 252. 
Holmes, Owen, money from, 21. 1064. 
Holmes, R., receives pay for soldiers, 

17. 246, 256. 
Holmes, Robert, a J. P.. 28. 994. 
army rank, 16. 1079. 
on Rowan S. C, 10. 279. 
Holmes, Sir Robert, commissioned to 

suppress pirates, 1. 354. 
Holmes, Shadk., army rank, 18. 1075. 
Holmes, Shadlc., army rank, 18. 1080. 



HOLMES, SIMON 



279 



HOLT, OBADIAH 



Holmoty Simon, land grant to, 4. 641, 

962. 
Holmoty Thot^ land grant to, 4. 884, 

892, 894. 
Holmoty Thos., law suit, S. 83. 
Holmos, Thos., witness, 1. 563. 
Holmes. Wm^ in miliUa, SS. 867. 
Holmes, William, prisoner, 17. 1045. 
Holmee, Willie, waggoner, 15. 477. 
Holmes'e Creek, S5. 43. 
Holoman. See Holllman. 
Holomon, Kinclien, army pay, 17.221. 
Holsenpack, Derick, exempted, •. 476. 
Holsenpeak, Dlrck, exempted, 7. 968. 
Holehouse, Michael, petition against 

marriage act, •. 623-6. 
Holstead. See Halstead. 
Holetead, Jolly, In army, 15. 722. 
Holetead, Samuel, In army, 15. 723. 
Holstein, Jacob, takes oath, SS. 179. 
Holstein, Satterffeld, army pay, 17. 

221. 
Holetein Settlement, asks to become 
a part of N. C. and plundered, 10. 

702. 
Holeten, Nicolas, in militia, SS. 166. 

Holston, » 22. 219. 

Holston, Moses, a J. P., 4. 966. 
Holston, Salatlilel, army rank, 18. 

1084. 
Holston, Wm^ in militia, 22. 370. 
Holston, 20. vi. 664; 22. 676. 

regulators flee to, 8. 663. 
Holston Association, 5. 1176. 
Holston Baptist Asso'n, 5. 1188. 1191. 
Holston country, 22. 683. 
Holston (Holdson, Holdstein, Hols- 
town's, Houlston) River, 8. 613; 

7. 210, 216, 21/; 10. 374, 689, 

766, 773, 837, 886; 11. 198, 333, 334, 

428; IS. 116, 863. 864, 868, 961. 

969, 966; 14. 227, 244, 246, 246. 

247, 314; 15. 136, 704; 18. 161. 

588; 17. 679. 683. 684; 18. 606. 

696, 697, 698. 766; 10. 346. 669. 

676. 689. 692, 960; 20. 613. 622. 

623. 643. 692. 714, 768, 786; 21. 

601. 624. 636; 22. 106, 187. 666. 

668, 727. 754; 24. 143, 160, 479. 

609. 639. 666, 671. 830. 831. 974. 
act to secure rights on, 24. 300, 333. 
bill to extend authority of N. C. 

over, 21. 220. 226. 268. 266. 271. 

276, 368, 691, 626, 636-636. 683. 
Cherokees on, 10. 672; outrages on, 

10. 729-30; 11. 393; surrender 
lands on, 11. 666; troubles on. 

11. 372. 



iron factory on proposed, 18. 302- 

303. 
lands on ceded. 22. 650; entered, 
22. 641; for Indians. 10. 959; 
reserved for soldiers. 24. 388. 
Long Island of H. sold, 10. 911. 
people go into ports. 10. 838. 
settlements on, 10|. 763. 
treaty on, 10. 712, 713. 
troops on, 11. 606; needed on, 10. 

913; to rendezvous at, 10. 672. 
Va. troops to rendezvous at, 10. 
748. 761. 
Holt. See HolU. 

Holt, > leaves N. C, 7. 698. 

Holt, Capt., 7. 827, 831. 
to raise men against regulators. 7. 

707. 
to receive wounded ftom Alamance 
batUe, 8. 670. 
Holt, Lt. Col., field officer, 12. 583. 
Holt, Banks, 8. 740. 
Holt, Christopher, petitions on power 

of J. P's, 7. 874-6. 
Holt, Dennis, army pay, 17. 219. 
Holt, Edward, Juror, 4. 626. 
Holt, Edward, quit rents of, 22. 260. 
Holt, George, corporal, 10. 763. 
Holt, Geo., pensioner, 22. 68. 
Holt, James, pensioner, 22. 70. 
Holt, Jesse, in militia, 17. 1069. 
Holt, John, exempted. 4. 497. 
Holt, John, in millUa, 22. 161. 
Holt, John, petitions for extension of 

power of J. P's, 7. 874-6. 
Holt, John, takes oath, 22. 174. 
Holt, Jos., in militia, 22. 419. 
Holt, Martin, Juror, 25. 189. 

land grant to, 4. 279. 280, 329. 349. 
Holt, Michael, deposition ment'd. 7. 
10. 34-36. 
loyalist. 10. 601. 
•petition. 21. 827, 984-986, 998, 1034, 

1042. 
ordered to raise King's standard, 

10. 441-443. 
release asked. 11. 360; recommend- 
ed to Cont Cong., 10. 827-828. 
whipped by regulators. 8. 242. 
Holt, Obadiah, debts due by. 8. 280- 
281. 
dues from as sheriff. 0. 675. 
right to act as sheriff considered, 

7. 526-629. 
to Dry on seizure of vessels, 7. 177- 

178. 
to Tryon on stamp act proceedings. 
7. 242-3. 



HOLT, OBEDIAH 



280 



HONYCUT, DRURY 



Holt, Obediah, in militia, SS. 384. 
Holt, Peter, petitions for extension of 

power of J. P's, 7. 874-5. 
Holt, Thos^ army rank, 18. 1072. 
Holt, Thoe., army rank, 16. 1083. 
Holt, Thomas, prisoner, 16. 672. 
Holt, Wm., quit rents of, SS. 241. 
Holt Camp, 7. 831. 
Holt family, 6. 734. 
Holten, Mr., in C. C, 16. 825. 
Holten, 8., to Johnston on N.T.-Mass. 

controversy, SS. 632-8. 
Holter, Caleb, in militia, SS. 393. 
Holtner, Mr.. 16. 291. 
Holton, Mr., 14. 352. 
Holton, Capt., arrives at Carthagena, 

16. 755. 
Holton, Lt. (Robert?), dead, 16. 757. 
Holton, Francis, land grant to, 4. 277, 

803. 
Holton, George, army pay, 17. 218. 
Holton, John, land grant to, 4. 651. 
Holton, R., 6. 542. 

S. C. boundary coms'r, 6. 374-5. 
Holton, Robert, will of set aside, 6. 

177. 
Helton's Land, 6. 635. 
Holtrane, Commodore, sends flag of 

truce to N. C, 11. 690. 
Holts. See Holt 
Holts, Martin, petitions on roads and 

ferries, 6. 164-166. 
Holt's. 16. 841, 969, 991; SS. 461. 462. 
Holt's Forge, 16. 522. 
Holt's Plantation, Michael, 16. 845. 
Holtzhauser, Andrew, 6. 744. 
Holtzhauser family, 6. 744, 746. 
Holtzhouser, Michael, Juror, 16. 7. 
Holy Evangelists, 64. 12. 
Holy Heart of Jesus, imports cannon, 

16. 815. 
Holy Jesus, ship, imports cannon, 16. 

632, 692; 14. v. 
Holy Roman Empire, 17. 4. 
at war with Dutch, 17. 187. 
Emperor presides at cong. of Vien- 
na, 22. 1030. 
Holyboy, George, petition, 21. 217, 

582-583, 588. 
Holyday, Wm., shipmaster, 1. 833. 
Home, Charles, dead, 16. 759. 
Homer, Col., 14. 660. 
Homer, Capt. Thos., Ruby delivered 

to, 7. 183. 
Homes. See Holmes. 
Homes, Capt., camp near, 16. 487. 
Homes, Archibald, att'y, 1. 549. 
house of, 1. 579. 
See also Holmes. 



Homes, Edward, law suit, 1. 479. 
sella land, 1. 531. 
transports persons, 1. 487. 
Homes, Edward, land grants to, 4. 

638. 
Homes, Edward, Jr., imported, 1. 487. 
Homes, Edward, Sr., imported, 1. 487. 
Homes, Elizabeth, imported, 1. 487. 
Homes, Elizabeth, 8r., imported, 1. 

487. 
Homes, Edward, takes oath, 22. 173. 
Homes (Hames), Gabriel, claims, 6. 

488. 
claims allowed, 6. 414, 527, 528, 536. 
payment to for bridges, 16. 950. 
Homes, Giden, in militia, 22. 333. 
Homes, James, examined on frauds, 

16. 71, 304. 
Homes, James, land grant to, 4. 704. 
Homes, John, claim, 6. 489. 
Homes, John, imported, 1. 487. 
Homes, Richard, in militia, 17. 1056. 
Homes, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 338. 
Homes, Rob., in army, 16. 724. 
Homes, Sarah, imported, 1. 487. 
Homes, Sami., in militia, 22. 161. 
Homes, Thos., imported, 1. 487. 
Homes. See also Holmes. 
Homespun, making of, 6. xlii. 
Homilies, book of, provided, 1. 558. 
Hominy, 1. 764. 
Hominy Creek, 16. 895. 
Hominy River, 16. 713, 883. 
Honda Bay, 6. 319. 
Honduras Bay, 22. 262. 
Hone, James, petition on C. H., 6. 

806-808. 
Hones, Frederick, rights proved, 4. 

705. 
Honest, Michael, regulator, 7. 737. 
Honey Pot Swamp, 2. 771. 
Honeycot. See Honoycut, Honycut 
Honeycot, Austin, in militia, 22. 372. 
Honeycut, John, asks for new county, 

6. 92. 
Honeycutt, Marwian, asks for new 

county, 6. 91. 
Honley, Granbery, in militia, 22. 319. 
Honley, Jeremiah, in militia, 22. 319. 
Honor and Dorothy, vessel, 1. 323. 
Honors, hereditary, not to be granted, 

22. 664. 
Honoycut, J no., in militia, 22. 333. 
Honoycut, Wm., in militia, 22. 333. 
Honoycut, Wm., in militia, 22. 333. 
Hontan, Baron de la, 1. 930. 
Hony, Daniel, peace commissioner 

with Cherokees, 11. 417. 
Honycut, Drury, militiaman, 7. 263. 



HONYCUT, FREDERICK 281 



HOOPER, ANN 



Honycut, Fredorick, militiaman, 7. 

263. 
Honycutt, J no., army rank, 18. 1081. 
Hoocker. See Hooker. 
Hoocker, Wm., tory officer, SS. 196. 
Hoocks, Robt., in militia, SS. 285. 
Hood, Capt., 5. 639. 
Hood, Capt., captures French ship, 

8. 260. 
Hood, Archibald, army pay, 17. 221. 

army rank, 13. 619; 16. 1073. 
Hood, Chas., army rank, 16. 1085. 
Hood, Charles, pensioner, SS. 68. 
Hood, Edward, arrests deserters, 14. 

183. 
Hood, Edward, Juror, 4. 524. 
Hood, Ephm., army rank, 18. 1080. 
Hood, laaac, asks relief from church 

tax, 6. 95-96. 
Hood, Jasper, army pay, 17. 218. 
Hood, Jno., in militia, 2S. 382. 
Hood, John, pensioner, SS. 70. 
Hood, Reuben, pensioner, SS. 69. 
Hood, Robert, petition on separation, 

SS. 705-8. 
Hood, Solomon, exempted, 17. 973. 
Hood, Thomas, petition on catching 

fish, 6. 87-8. 
Hood, Wm., act for land to, 24. 629-30. 

land grant to, 16. 572. 
Hood, Wm., army rank, 16. 1072. 
Hood, Wm^ army rank, 18. 1085. 
Hood, Wm., in militia, SS. 381. 
Hoods, Va., 14. 487. 
Hood's Creek, 4. 62, 280; S3. 482. 
Hoodsman, Lt., 26. 134. 
Hoof, John, petition of rejected, 13. 

977. 
Hoof's Station, 22. 106. 
Hook, Capt., defeated, 16. 6. 
Hook, Geo., army rank, 18. 1074. 
Hook, Lawr., asks for new county, 6. 

89-90. 
Hook, Samuel Van, Juror, 7. 842. 
Hook, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 256. 
Hook, The, 11. 739; 16. 326, 330; 17. 

994. 
Hooker. See Hoocker. 
Hooker, Capt., tory, 22. 208. 
Hooker, Hymeric, act for him to col- 
lect tax. 26. 111-12. 
bill for him to collect taxes, 21. 801, 

912, 915, 944, 948. 963. 
Hooker, James, in militia, 6. 296. 
Hooker, John, 21. 840, 841. 
Hooker, John, a J. P., 23. 994. 
Hooker, John, army pay, 17. 218. 
army rank, 16. 1082. 



Hooker, John, claim allowed, 6. 978. 
Hooker, John, in assembly, 6. 166, 

223, 388, 418, 448, 449, 473, 536, 

588; 12. 377, 380, 408; on com. of 

assembly, 6. 451. 
Hooker, John, in assembly, 16. 372, 

375. 
Hooker, John, kidnapped, 26. 376. 
Hooker, John, takes oath, 22. 174. 
Hooker, Jonathan, memorial, 26. 148, 

153, 201, 332, 376. 
Hooker, Nathan, in assembly, 16. 2. 

17. 265; 16. 718. 719, 722. 
petitions assembly, 26. 148, 153, 332, 

376, 383. 
tax collector, 16. 707. 

Hooker, Robt., army rank, 18. 1078. 

Hooker, Stephen, in assembly, 6. 390, 
427, 470, 514, 662. 

Hooker, Wm>, 2. 488. 

Hooker, Wm., 4. 444. 

Hooker, Wm., K J. P., 23. 993. 
building coms'r, 24. 291. 

Hooker, Wm., dropped as J. P., 6. 
1028. 

Hooker, William, examined, 1. 742. 

Hooker, Wm., killed, 22. 225, 239. 

Hooker, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 241. 

Hooker, Wm., released from road ser- 
vice, 3. 303. 

Hooker, Wm., sells land, 2. 330. 

Hooks, Daniel, army pay, 17. 221. 

Hooks, Dobson, army pay, 17. 219. 

Hooks, Ephrlam, army rank, 13. 522; 

18. 1075. 

Hooks, Hillary, ensign, 16. 936. 
Hooks, John, imported, 1. 650. 
Hooks, John, imported, 1. 654. 
Hooks, Peter, army pay, 17. 218. 
Hooks, Robert, land grant asked, 4. 

707. 
Hooks, Thos., building coms'r, 24. 

642. 
Hooks, Wm., land grant to, 4. 703. 
Hooks, Wllloby, army pay, 17. 221. 
' army rank, 16. 1080. 

Hooper, » 16. 544. 

Hooper, , 16. 993. 

Hooper, , taxable, 16. 191. 

Hooper, Mr. (7), salt stolen, 22. 602. 
Hooper, Mr., 16. 153; 16. 986, 939, 

952, 954, 958, 971; 21. 505. 
Hooper, Mrs., 16. 937. 
Hooper, Capt., dead, 16. 755, 757. 
Hooper, Absolam, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Hooper, Ann, bill in favor of, 18. 26, 

29, 61. 65. 70-1. 
claim against Murray. 18. 61-62, 94. 



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282 



HOOPER, WILLIAM 



140, 147. 152, 162, 163, 169, 250, 
251, 267. 261. 272, 277. 282, 286, 
288, 289. 294-295. 

Martin to on pardon of Mawbly, 16. 
337-338; on wives and children of 
Tories, 18. 467-469. 
Hooper^ Anty, army rank. 18. 1078. 
Hooper(?), Catherine, 16. 983. 
Hooper, Geo., accounts of, 16. 941-2; 
17. 146, 150. 171. 

case of considered, 16. 248-249. 

claims paid. 16. 438. 

clerk of ct. IS. 363-4; resigns as 
clerk of court. 14. 845. 

coms'r on navigation. S4. 218; on 
pilotage. 25. 7. 

correspondence ment'd, 16. zi. 

goods of to be sent back by S. C, 
8. 1143. 

Lloyd to on Mrs. Jones, etc., 10. 
809. 

Maclaine to on his health aAd public 
affairs, 88. 622-5; on position of 
H. as Tory, 16. 533-5; on private 
affairs, 18. 534-5; Maclaine to on 
public and private affairs, 16. 
932-9, 940-2. 943-53. 954-8. 962-70, 
971-87. 990-3, 994-1001 ; 1 7. 123-131, 
134-5. 144-158. 166-171. 185-186. 188. 
629-632; on treatment and move- 
ments of Tories. 1Z. 513-515. 

memorial, 21. 795. 956. 957. 1034- 
1035. 

note to. 16. 972. 

on confiscation act. 1 5. 203-205. 

papers to from S. C, 8. 1110. 

petition. 21. 238. 250. 290. 334, 403, 
407-9, 434, 607. 

prisoner, 15. 169. 

property confiscated, 17. 145. 

returns to Wilmington, 16. 561. 

taxable. 15. 191. 

to Johnston on tobacco and answer. 
81. 518. 520. 533. 

to reship slaves, 8. 1113. 

to value houses. 10. 345. 

warrant for. 16. 968. 970. 
Hooper, Mrs. George, 16. 249, 513, 569, 

570. 571. 937. 950. 965. 
Hooper, Geo. Thomas, taxable. 15. 109. 
Hooper, Jamee. land lapses. 8. 501. 

on Jury, 8. 262. 
Hooper(7), Kitty, 17. 631; 18. 534. 

See also Maclaine. Kitty. 
Hooper (7), Mary, 16. 995. 
Hooper, Robert, on Barbadoes trade, 
1. 149-50. 

on B. council, 1. 151, 157, 158. 



Hooper, Thoma8(?), 16. 963, 967. 
Hooper, Thomas, 16. 189; 18. 951, 
974, 979, 981, 982, 984, 992, 996, 
997; 17. 127, 165. 170, 171, 185. 

accounts of, 17. 146, 150, 171. 

box seized, 18. 947. 

case of, 18. 234. 

claims paid, 10. 438. 

goods of to be sent back by S. C, 
8. 1143. 1170. 

Moultrie's certificate of citizenship, 
18. 695. 

note to. 16. 972. 

on confiscation act, 1 5. 203-205. 

papers to from S. C, 8. 1110. 

petitions to be admitted to citizen- 
ship. 18. 637. 651. 

property confiscated, 17. 145. 

to reship staves, 8. 1113. 
Hooper, Mrs. Thoe., letter of quoted, 

16. 189. 
Hooper, W., 14. 348, 349. 
Hooper, Wm(7), 81. 573. 575. 
Hooper, William (signer). 7. 727; 8. 
223. 304, 305; 8. 1247; 10. x. 66, 
86, 92, 117, 144, 376; 11. xx. 255, 
374, 376. 396, 397, 398, 423, 425, 
456, 678, 694, 697, 749, 786, 808, 
809, 825; 18. 371. 374. 463. 471; 
14. 34, 459; 16. xl. 659; 88. 514, 
970. 

absent from court, 7. 255. 

act for him to sue in name of Hogg, 
24. 858. 

address to people of N. C, 10. 20- 
23. 

advocate of popular measures. 18. 
xxxvi. 

affairs of. 88. 539. 

against regulators. 7. 725, 728. 

alarmed, 18. 963; by Martin's let- 
ter to White. 10. 86. 

and recognition of Transylvania by 
Cont Cong.. 10. 373, 375. 

at Prov. Cong.. 10. xxxv. 

att'y for king, 7. 691. 

att'y gen.. 7. 192. 

bills to for goods for N. C, 10. 852, 
854, 855. 

claim against Murray, 18. 61-62. 94, 
140, 147, 152, 162, 163, 169, 250, 
251, 257, 261, 272, 277, 282. 286, 288, 
289, 294-295. 

claims of wife, 84. 457, 525-7. 

claims paid, 18. 165. 

coms'r on capitol, 18. 752; 18. 804; 
on school, 18. 809; 84. 250; on 
town, 84. 462, 622; to sell the 



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283 



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General Washington, IS. 237, 420, 
422. 

conduct approved, 8. 1205. 

Council of Safety to on Cherokee 
war, etc., 11. 343-5. 349-61; on 
Mills, 11. 336; on public affairs, 
11. 300-302. 

Craig to on Burke and exchange of 
prisoners, 15. 653-555. 

deputy att'y gen., 7. 444. 

desires to attend Prov. Cong., 10. 
802. 

draws resolves of Prov. Cong., 8. 
1063. 

Dunbibin to on his claims, IS. 462. 

election contested, 15. 189. 

embarks for Phila., 8. 1239. 

houses of to be valued, 10. 390. 

in assembly, 8. 380, 886, 421, 423, 
430, 441, 448, 451, 453, 457, 461, 
462, 468, 469, 470, 474, 476, 484, 
494, 525, 532, 538, 540, 545, 550, 571, 
587, 734, 735, 744, 751, 752, 753, 
754, 763, 857, 865, 874, 883, 902, 
919, 930, 933, 1188, 1189; IS. 265, 
268^ 283, 284, 333, 334, 337, 342, 
345, 368, 380, 399, 408, 430, 773, 817, 
822, 830, 831, 834, 835, 855, 868, 
872, 879; IS. 625, 662, 670, 678, 
681, 682, 690, 697, 708, 709, 712, 
721. 722, 785, 817, 824, 913, 925, 
942, 943, 944, 953, 958, 1000; 17. 
2, 4, 21, 134, 146, 150, 756, 782; 
18. 253, 258, 262, 266, 267, 277, 
278, 283, 284, 297, 302, 303, 308, 
311, 312, 319, 344, 345, 346, 348, 
351, 354. 361, 372, 376, 388, 389, 
412, 429, 440, 443, 445, 469, 470, 
471, 477, 478, 811; 18. 372, 375, 
379, 382, 386, 388, 390, 394, 490, 
491, 499, 514, 523, 526, 532, 534, 
554, 555, 557, 566, 581, 588, 589, 590, 
594, 605, 608, 613, 614, 622, 637, 
643, 650, 654, 670, 671. 674, 676, 
688, 714, 715; SS. 534. 

in Boston, 10. 483. 

in Continental Congress, 8. 1047, 
1061, 1063, 1183; 10. 190, 204, 553, 
977-978; 11. 337, 705; IS. v, 26, 
45. 

in Prov. Cong., 8. zxzi, 1042, I0i9, 
1107, 1179, 1180, 1181; 10. 141, 
152, 165, 167, 173, 501, 516, 623, 
552, 915. 

introduces plan of union, 10. 268; 
preachers to Bennehan, 7. 149-50. 

Johnston (S.), to on proposed Prov- 
incial Congress, 8. 968-969; on 



raising troops and Invasion of 
CUnton, 10. 494-495. 

King's att'y, 7. 838. 

lays address to inhabitants of Bri- 
tish Empire before Prov. Cong., 

10. 201. 
Leader, 18. iv. 

letter ment'd, 8. 1285; laid before 
Prov. Cong., 10. 925, 936; quoted, 
8. zzlz. 

Lloyd on, 10. 809. 

loses votes as delegate, 11. 504. 

makes report to House of Commons 
on Burke's contention against 
Cont. Cong., IS. 208-210. 

nom. for C. of S., 18. 185, 188, 311, 
312; SO. 226, 417. 

not a native and ignorant of feeling 
in N. C, 10. zxvii-zxviii, zxx, 
zxxii, xxxlii. 

number of votes for, 15. 190. 

offers the Washington for sale, 11. 
825. 

on com. of assembly, 8. 450. 484, 501. 
711, 738, 739, 740, 785, 787. 875, 
937, 940, 1197, 1201; IS. 9, 11, 17, 
21, 22, 50, 114, 129, 142, 146, 225, 
250, 267, 268, 276, 279, 282, 287, 
289, 300, 306, 316, 317, 370, 372, 
374, 376, 405, 415, 433, 434, 766, 
773, 782, 788, 790, 821, 826, 835. 

836, 845, 846, 848; IS. 535, 543, 
555, 567, 586, 599, 627, 630, 638. 
639, 640, 653, 665, 668, 678, 679, 
691, 692, 706, 710, 732, 734&, 771, 

837, 840, 850, 920, 928, 930, 941; 

17. 676, 686, 705, 757, 767, 784; 

18. 25, 33. 74, 80, 127, ]r44, 163, 
166, 217, 254, 266, 283, 306, 313, 
348, 365, 382, 384, 386, 387, 388, 
400, 425. 

on com. of correspondence, 8. 741; 

11. viii. 

on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 168, 169, 
174, 516, 522, 527, 646, 552, 560. 

on clothiDg troops, 11. 345-346. 

on Safety Com. of Wilmington, 8. 
1089, 1103-1104, 1107, 1109, 1111, 
1112, 1113, 1120, 1127, 1149, 1150, 
1151, 1153, 1168; 18. 69. 

payment to, 8. 650. 

pays bill for goods for N. C, 10. 
857. 

petitions for new charter, 8. 79-80. 

pres. of meeting which calls Prov. 
Cong., 8. 1016. 

presides at public meeting, 11. viii. 

protests, IS. vii. 



HOOPER, WM. 



284 



HOPEWELL 



quarrels over failure to secure ap- 
pointment as clerk of council, 8. 
613-18. 

Quincy dines with, 8. 611. 

quoted, 18. 215, 424. 

refuses to favor parole of Br. pris- 
oners, 11. 404. 

regulators confer with, 6. 68. 

report on quit rents received by, 
8. 648;. on whipping of Lea, 8. 37. 

resigns as delegate to C. C, 1 1 . 470, 
479; 12. 59, 65. 

seal coms'r, 88. 988. 

seat of in assembly to be vacated, 
18. 31. 

sent for to court, 1 6. 409. 

signer, 18. 934. 

solicitous for T. Hooper, 18. 997. 

subscribes to test, 7. 522. 

takes oath as King's attorney, 7. 256. 

thanked by Prov. Cong, and answer, 
18. 189-190; for services in C. C, 
8. 1181-1183. 

to on American army and pub- 
lic affairs, 18. 890-892. 

to ask C. C. for a;d to N. C, 11. 393. 

to Burke on Huske and public af- 
fairs, 16. 543-5; on militia depre- 
dations, 28. 602-4 (?). 

to Caswell on commissioner for the 
General Washington, 11. 528. 

to Council of Safety on ammunition, 
etc., for N. C, 18. 754-757; on 
Cherokee war and public matters, 
18. 679-680; on clothing for sol- 
diers, ammunition, etc., 18. 718- 
722; on condition of Amer. army, 
form of govt., etc., 18. 862-870; on 
goods shipped to N. C. for, 18. 
849-51; on more troops and iron 
workers, 18. 804-807; on N. C. 
troops for N. Y., 14. 790-791; oii 
pay and bounties for troops, 18. 
740-741; on powder, 18. 727-728; 
on public affairs, 18. 810-815. 

to Iredell on independence, 8. 
xxxvii; on tendency to indepen- 
dence, 8. 983-6. 

to Johnston on affairs of Cont. 
Cong., 8. 1279-1281; on condition 
of American army and constitu- 
tion of Pa., 18. 815-820. 

to Martin on case of Miss Cobham, 
18. 347-348. 

to Nash on movements of Br. and 
prospects, 14. 843-844. 

to N. Y. Prov. Cong, on powder for 
Martin, 18. 84. 



to Prov. Cong, on Br. expedition to 

South, 18. 902-8; on fortifying 

Cape Fear River, 18. 871-873; on 

proposed Southern expedition, 18. 

898-899; on release of British pris- 
oners, 18. 880-890. 
to Prov. Council on Cherokee war, 

18. 730-732; on regulators, 8. 

xxii-xxiii. 
to sell vessels sunk in Cape Fear, 

12. 199. 
to send war stores to N. C, 18. 355. 
to S. C. and Va. on Boston and other 

troubles, 11. 245-246, 247-248. 
Trumbull to on bombardment of 

Boston, 18. 484-485. 
Tryon to on Alamance battle, 8. 

716-717. 
visits mother, 18. 446, 448. 
voter, 16. 238. 
Hooper^ Wm. (of Chatham), clerk, 8. 

298. 
Hooper, Wm. (Perquimans), in Prov. 

Cong., 18. 914. 
Hooper, Mrs. Wm., 14. 844. 
Hooper, Mrs. Wm., (Anne Clark), 

claims, 24. 457, 525-7. 
Hooper A Co., 18. 1001. 

Hoops, > prisoner, 18. 673. 

Hoops, Adams, surveyor, 17. 459. 
Hooten, Wm., army pay, 17. 220. 
Hootlipoakatchi, signs Indian treaty, 

1 1 . 203. 
Hoover, Henry, army rank, 18. 1079. 
Hoover, Michael, resigns as J. P., 18. 

313. 
Hoover, Saml., army rank, 18. 1079. 
Hoowee, 11. 179. 
Hopayamingo, at Indian Congress, 11. 

179. 
Hopaymatohah, at Indian congress, 

11. 179. 
Hope, Lord, visits N. C, 7. 218, 221. 
Hope, Benj., pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hope, James, petitions on land grants, 

8. 1260-2; 11. 250-3. 
Hope, Wm., army rank, 18. 1085. 
Hope, brig, 8. 44. 
Hope, description of settlement, 6. 

1163. 
population, 6. 1158-1159. 
settlement begun, 6. 1152-1153, 1154- 

1155. 
Hopes, Messrs., 4. 258. 
Hopewell, George, army pay, 17. 219. 
Hopewell, sloop, 2. 397. 
Hopewell (on Keowee), 18. 490, 491, 



HOPEWELL CHURCH 



285 



HOPTON, CHARLES 



493, 495, 525, 553, 554. 555; 21. 
523, 535. 
Hopewell church, 5. 1224, 1225. 
Hopewell Lutheran Church, organized, 

8. 777. 
Hopewell treaty, 13. 767; 20. 404, 405. 
assembly protests against, 22. 1005. 
Blount to com'rs on, 18. 490-491. 
Choctaws at, 18. 799-802. 
com. on, 16. 111. 
criticised, 20. 701-702; 21. 497. 498, 

501, 563; 22. 723. 
effort to destroy, 20. 762. 
provisions for, 17. 429. 430, 433, 
434, 473-475, 479, 485. 487. 489- 
490, 493. 510-511, 514-515, 516-518. 
522, 523-525, 536-537, 538, 558-559, 
566-567. 568, 578-580, 582-586, 607. 
report on, 13. 463-465, 467, 471. 4/6. 
483. 
Hopkin, Howell, Juror. 4. 524. 

Hopkins, , law suits. 1. 393, 397. 

Hopkins, Mr., 7. 163. 

Hopkins, Dr., 14. 836. 

Hopkins, Maj., to superintend embar- 

catlon of Br. 16. 872. 
Hopkins, Rev., 8. 796. 
Hopkins, Aaron, asks pardon for 

Fruit, 8. 93-94. 
Hopkins, Absolom, army pay, 17. 218. 
Hopkins, Andrew, In Indian war, 10. 

754. 
Hopkins, Ann, 20. 59, 67; 24. 759. 
Hopkins, Daniel, army pay, 17. 219. 

army rank, 16. 1080. 
Hopkins, Daniel, witness, 6. 19. 
Hopkins, David, petitions for exten- 
sion of power of J. P.*s, 7. 874. 
Hopkins, Isaac, army pay, 17. 217. 

army rank, 16. 1076. 
Hopkins, Isaac, army rank, 16. 1076. 
Hopkins, Isaac, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hopkins, John, buys land, 1. 549. 
juror, 1. 397, 427, 430, 431, 582, 627. 
law suits. 1. 419, 422-423, 425-426. 
436, 455, 479-480. 481, 483, 485. 623, 
625. 651, 655-6. 
petition for road, 1. 533. 
sells land, 1. 577. 
Hopkins, John, asks pardon for Fruit, 

8. 93-4. 
Hopkins, John, contests election, 16. 

189. 
Hopkins, John, in militia, 22. 166. 
Hopkins, Jno., in militia, 22. 453. 
Hopkins, John, pay to. 22. 487. 
Hopkins, John, pays in bills of credit. 
16. 306. 



Hopkins, John, petition, 21. 781, 825, 

835. 945. 1007. 
Hopkins, John, petitions on county 

bounds. 8. 633-4. 
Hopkins, John, taxable. 16. 191. 
Hopkins, John, voter, 10. 237. 
Hopkins, Jonathan, army pay, 17. 221. 
Hopkins, Jonathan, In army, 13. 512; 

16. 1075. 
Hopkins, Jos., army rank, 16. 1081. 
Hopkins, Joe., army rank, 10. 1083. 
Hopkins, Leonard, petition on separa- 

ration, 22. 705-10. 
Hopkins, Martin, asks help of Va., 1. 

819-820. 
Hopkins, Neale. clialm allowed, 18. 

329. 
deposition ment'd, 88. 9. 
Hopkins, Richard, army pay, 17. 221. 

army rank, 10. 728; 18. 1076. 
Hopkins, Samuel, prisoner, 16. 671. 
Hopkins, Sarah, sells land, 1. 577. 
Hopkins, Stephen, 10. 194. 
to Caswell on convention of North- 
em States, 14. 214. 
Hopkins, Thomas, army pay, 17. 217. 

army rank, 16. 1081. 
Hopkins, Thomas, Juror, 2. 477, 664. 
Hopkins, Wm., In millUa, 22. 392. 
Hopkins, Wm., pensioner, 28. 69. 
Hopkins, Wm., petitions for extension 

of power of J. P.'s, 7. 874-875. 
Hopoon, Fran., Juror, 26. 188. 
Hopoyamlngo, at Indian Congress, 11. 

179. 
Hopper, David, land grant to. 4. 595. 
Hopper, David, quit rents of, 22. 244. 
Hopper, Davie, land grant to. 4. 68. 
Hopper, Davy, in assembly, 3. 612. 

635. 
Hopper, Enos, army pay, 17. 218. 
Hopper, James, in militia. 22. 165. 
Hopper, Jno., army rank, 16. 1083. 
Hopper, Moses, army rank, 16. 1081. 
Hopper, Thos., in militia, 22. 165. 
Hopper, Thomas, regulator, 7. 734. 
Hopper, Wm., army rank, 16. 1072. 
Hopper, Wm., petition on C. H., 8. 

806-807. 
Hoppis, Adam, pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hopson. See Hobson. 
Hopson, Edward, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-11. 
Hopson, John, ensign, 10. 518. 
Hopson, Wm., pensioner, 22. 69. 
Hopton, Charles, bound over to court, 

2. 416, 437-8, 445. 
Juror, 2. 262, 263. 



HOPTON, CHAS. 



286 



HORNET 



tried for adulteryt S. 443. 
Hopton, Chas^ Juror, 25. 190. 
Hopton, Charles, land grants to, 4. 

331, 349, 625, 891. 
Hopton, Francis, land grant to, 4. 352. 
Hopton, Grace, bound over to court, 

2. 437-438. 
Hopton, John, Harrington to on flag 

of truce for Mrs. H., 15. 406. 
Hopton, John, tory, 22. 230. 
Hoptons, Francis, land grant asked 

for, 4. 440. 
Hora, Henry, claims allowed, 8. 213. 
Horace, quoted, 15. 776. 
Horah, Henry, 21. 360. 
allowance to, 22. 834. 
Horah, Nancy, petition, 21. 300, 307, 

360, 395, 434, 704. 
H or back, John, regulator, 8. 80. 
Here, Wm., regulator, 8. 79. 
Horee (Horry?) Col., reports on ex- 
pected Br. attack, 14. 534. 
Horl<lns, Thos., a J. P., 28. 994. 
Horn. See Home. 
Horn, » comes near killing Allen, 

16. 192. 

Horn, » to be arrested, 15. 890. 

Horn, Capt., 12. 396. 
Horn, Ben J., land grant to, 4. 946, 965. 
Horn, Daniel, exempted, 4. 391. 
Horn, Enoch, draft riot leader, 14. 

319. 
Horn, Henry, army rank, 18. 1083. 
in assem., 18. 384. 
resigns from militia, 18. 140, 146, 

256. 
to procure arms, 10. 625. 
Horn, Henry, Juror, 4. 524. 
Horn, Henry, Jr., co. coms'r, 24. 140. 
to bring parties before Prov. Cong., 

10. 929. 
to superintend printing of bills, 24. 

184. 
Horn, Isaac, co. coms'r, 24. 140. 
Horn, Jacob, regulator, 7. 734. 
Horn, John, captain, 14. 264; of light 

house, 18. 734^. 
Horn, John, pay to, 22. 1013. 
Horn, Capt. John, pay to, 22. 1013. 
Horn, John, 8r., 18. 666. 
Horn, Joshua, in Indian war, 10. 759. 
Horn, Moses, land grant to, 4. 761. 
Horn, Richard, court to be held at 

house of, 25. 14. 
Horn, Robert, pensioner, S2. 71. 
Horn, Wm., boundary coms'r, 28. 968. 
in assembly, 18. 785, 786, 812, 813, 
823. 913, 925, 938, 966, 975, 980. 



982, 984, 986, 1000; 18. 1; 17. 877, 
878, 936, 947, 948, 952, 963; 18. 
139, 149, 151, 162, 233, 235, 249. 
262, 264. 267, 280, 282, 286, 295, 
299, 324, 334, 354, 359, 380, 390; 

20. 119, 121, 124, 155, 167, 172, 180, 
193, 224, 229, 238, 239, 246, 262. 
285, 287, 306, 351, 373, 479, 534; 

21. 1, 3, 7, 43, 46, 47, 52, 66, 68, 
74. 77, 83, 106, 109, 111, 115, 121, 
130. 133, 160. 189. 193. 

in Prov. Cong.. 10. 914. 919, 925, 

960. 
on com. of assem., 18. 740, 742, 790, 
791. 794. 795. 849, 915, 920, 935, 
940, 941; 17. 812, 823, 840, 895, 
908. 933. 

Horn, Wm., land grant to, 4. 761. 

Hornaday, John, regulator, 7. 734. 

Hornback, John, regulator, 7. 809. 

Hornbeck, John, exempted, 8. 145. 

Horn beck, John, land grant to, 4. 798. 
rights proved, 4. 800. 

Hornbeck, John, regulator, 8. 80. 

Hornblower, Joeiah, in C. C, 17. 691; 
18. 488, 548, 552, 640, 641, 671, 
709, 726, 754. 
in N. J. assem., 18. 843. 

Hornby, Dr. Robert T., petition, 20. 
40-1, 79; for patent, 17. 878, 882; 
considered, 17. 328, 383. 

Hornby, William, prisoner, 17. 1045. 

Home. See Horn. 

Home, Capt., overcharges by, 12. 
226. 

Home, Charles, Juror, 4. 522. 

Home, Henry, Juror, 4. 522. 
land grant to, 4. 596, 616. 

Home, Henry, major, 10. 206; 22. 
956. 

Home, John, troublesome in Barba- 
does, 1. 177. 

Home, Richard, land grant to, 4. 679. 

Home, Robert, Brief Description of 
Carolina, 1. 155-7. 

Home, Thomas, Juror, 4. 521. 

Home, Wm., land grant asked for. 
4. 440. 

Homeck's Great Law, 2. 584. 

Horner, Geo., pensioner, 22. 69. 

Horner, James, receives pay for sol- 
diers. 17. 224, 233. 

Homer, John, allowance to. 22. 839. 

Horner, John, receives pay for sol- 
diers. 17. 202. 

Horner, Thos., pensioner. 22. 70. 

Hornet, cruiser, O. 1028. 
off coast, 6. zliv. 



HORNET (HERMIT) 



287 



HORSEY, COL. 



Hornot (Hormit), sloop, 6. 1021. 
commander to be arreBted, 7. 422. 
seizes smuggler, 7. 491, 498. 

Hornet's Nest, The, 5. 1217. 

Horney, Daniel, army pay, 17. 218. 

Horn! bios, 10. 1029, 1031. 

Hornsblow, John, petitions on county 
bounds, 8. 633-5. 

Hornsby, Thos., army rank, 16. 1083. 

Horpus, Basford, army rank, 18. 1080. 

Horren, J no.. Juror, 25. 188. 

Horres, Gen., IS. 513. 

Horry. See Horee. 

Horry, CoU 14. 323. 

Horry, MaJ., 14. 726. 

Horry, John, pay to, 88. 486. 

Horry Co., 8. C, Baptists in, 5. 1178. 

Horry's Horse, return of officers sur- 
rendered, 14. 860. 

Horsall, John, power of attorney to, 
8. 103. 

Horse, Simon, 84. 472. 

Horse Creek, 7. 866; 88. 388, 391,547; 

84. 539. 
'Horse Ford, 84. 646. 

Horse Pasture (Chowan Co.), 8. 638, 

767. 
Horse Pasture Creek, 8. 807; 4. 617; 

85. 211. 

Horse Pen Branch, 4. 1128. 
Horse Pool, 8. 183, 804. 
Horse racing, agreement for, 8. 370. 
apology for, 8. 1133. 
bill to prevent, 81. 762, 914. 
condemned by Cont Cong., 8. 1090- 
1. 
Horse Shoe, S. C, 88. 105. 
Horse stealing, act to prevent, 84. 
688, 795; 85. 74-5. 
bill to prevent horse s., 8. 384, 
395, 399, 443, 446, 461, 463, 492, 
493, 498, 504, 583, 586, 663, 716, 
753, 754, 765; 18. 38, 52, 53, 90, 
118. 145, 262, 266, 283, 293, 345, 
363, 368, 413; 18. 455, 472, 479, 
764, 798, 799, 810, 823; 80. 156, 
159, 177, 338, 355; 81. 76, 80. 103, 
108; to amend act on, 81. 794, 798, 
820, 828, 889, 952, 965, 978, 985, 
992, 997; to repeal act on, 80. 
498, 531, 546-547; 81. 217, 586, 597- 
8. 
~Eng. act on in force in N. C, 

322. 
Horse Swamp, 8. 240. 
Horse theives, 4. 1312. 
reward for, 81. 780. 
special court for trial of, 8. 481. 



Horse Trading, bill to prevent frauds 
in, 80. 203, 206, 382. 

Horsefield, Timothy, sick, 5. 3. 

Horseford, J as., army rank, 15. 730; 
16. 1072. 

Horse kins. See Hoskins. 

Horsekins, James, 88. 142. 

Horseli, John, sells land, 8. 104. 

Horses, 16. 262, 263. 
act on driving, 83. 60-61, 112-14, 333, 
335; 85. 160-1; on marking and 
killing, 88. 57-59, 165-8, 333, 336; 
85. 160-1; on strays, 83. 777-9, 
854-6, 972; 84. 100-102, 400; to 
improve breed, 83. 109-10, 884, 
769; to prevent frauds in sale of, 
84. 18, 284. 
and wagons bought for state of N. 

C, 10. 850, 852-857, 870. 
bill for taking up wild, 4. 1262, 1285; 
to improve breed, 5. 1026, 1072; 

7. 904, 905, 909, 910, 921, 954, 955, 
957, 963, 964, 978 ; in Transylvania, 

8. 1275, 1278, 1279; to restrain 
number, 5. 629, 542. 

bought and sent to Board of War, 

15. 712-713. 
Burke on, 16. 521-522, 652. 
collected for army, 15. 634. 
commissioners to buy, 10. 535-536, 

586-587. 
(Correspondence on, 16. 642-548. 
Grandy to sell, 16. 115. 
Impressed for Greene, 17. 989-940, 

943; 88. 559. 
impressment of illegal, 88. 819. 
Johnston on law for marking 

horses, 4. 26. 
may be imported direct, 1. 501. 
note on act to amend breed, 8. 198. 
of Tories sold, 11. 348. 
paid for, 16. 109, 110. 
proclamation for arrest of theives, 

7. 503-504. 
report on, 15. 631; 18. 581. 
requisition for, 88. 580. 
resolve to procure, 17. 915. 
sent to governor, 15. 624. 
statistics of studs, 88. 1265-1313. 
stolen and sold, 18. 335-336. 
tax on studs, 85. 79. 
to be bought for troops, 15. 783. 
to be sold, 10. 923. 
trouble in impressing, 15. 610-11, 

617. 
value of, 1 7. viii. 
wanted by Greene, 88. 583. 
Horsey, Col., instructions to, 11. 30. 



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288 



HOSKINS, WM. 



Horsey, Samuel, right vested in. 8. 40, 

41, 42, 43, 44, 45. 
sells shares of C, 4. 655, 656, 657. 
title of C. vested in and transferred 

to King, 11. 88-91. 
Horsey, Thos., petition, 21. 245, 250, 

331, 342, 388, 424, 435. 609, 671, 

721. 
Horsford, James, army pay, 17. 220. 
Horshew, Wm., in militia, SS. 358. 
Horten, Chas., in militia, 22. 356. 
Horten, Jeremiah, in militia, 22. 356. 
Horten, Levy, in militia, 22. 356. 
Horton, , in assembly, 16. 153, 

156; 19. 9, 78. 79; on com. of as- 
sembly, 16. 27. 28, 
Horton, Abraham, in militia, 22. 164. 
Horton, Charles, dam coms'r, 24. 938. 
Horton, Chas^ petitions. 18. 934. 
Horton, David, in Indian war, 10. 754. 
Horton, Hugh, Juror, 4. 521. 
Horton, Hugh, petitions on land 

grants, 8. 1260-3; 11. 250-3. 
Horton, Jacob, army pay, 17.-220. 
Horton, Jas., army rank, 16. 727; 16. 

1072. 
Horton, Jas., petitions, 18. 934. 
Horton, Jeremiah, asks pardon for 

Fruit, 8. 93-4. 
Horton, Jeremiah, in militia, 22. 450. 
Horton, Jeremiah, pay to, 22. 495. 
Horton, Jeremiah, protests against 

regulators, 6. 273-4. 
regulators' entry on causes of, 8. 

239. 
Horton, Jno., army rank, 16. 1079. 
Horton, John, in Davidson's Co., 14. 

294. 
Horton, John, in N. C. battalion, 18. 

343. 
Horton, Jno., petitions, 18. 934. 
Horton, Joshua, a J. P., 4. 1046. 
Horton, Lemuel, army pay, 17. 219. 
Horton, Levi, in army, 16. 726. 
Horton, Levy, army rank, 16. 1072. 
Horton, Malachi, prisoner, 16. 169. 
Horton, Nathan, army pay, 17. 220. 
Horton, Nicholas, in militia, 22. 379. 
Horton, Parmenius, canal coms'r, 28. 

685. 
Horton, Stephen, petitions, 18. 934. 
Horton, Thos., in assem., 18. 394. 
Horton, Thos., juror, 1. 392, 426. 
petition about road, 6. 509-510. 
witness, 1. 427. 
Horton, Wm., petition, 18. 933. 
Horton, Zephaniah, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Horward, Jonathan, petitions on law 



of debts, 4. 844-5. 
Horwood, Joseph, witness, 6. 775. 
Hosea, Jno., in militia, 22. 352. 
Hosea, Jno., Juror, 4. 519. 
Hosea, Jno., Jr., in militia, 22. 353. 
Hosea, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 638. 
Hosea, Robert, buys land, 1. 583. 

Juror, 1. 621. 
Hosea, Robert, in militia, 22. 851. 
Hosea, Robert, ^uror, 4. 519. 
Hosea, Robt., quit rents of. 22. 252. 
Hosee, Robert, allowance to, 22. 864. 
Hosekell, West Jersey, 1. 441. 
Hoseii. See Hasel. Thos. 
Hosey, Robt., Juror, 26. 186. 
Hosket, Anthony, quit rents of, 22. 

252. 
Hoskins. See Horsekins. 

Hoskins, , in assem., 26. 550. 

Hoskins, Anthony, Juror, 1. 608. 
Hoskins, Ebenz., army rank, 18. 514; 

16. 1073. 
Hoskins, George, petition, 21. 220, 232, 

369-370, 395, 435, 595. 704. 
Hoskins, Hannibal, law suit, 1. 387. 

See also Hasklns. 
Hoskins, James, 22. 142. 
Hoskins, John, army pay, 17. 217. 
Hoskins, Jno., in militia, 22. 326. 
Hoskins, John, memorial, 26. 550, 552; 

21. 101, 108. 
Hoskins, Lezor, in militia, 22. 284. 
Hoskins, Richard, declares indepen- 
dence, 16. 612. 
on Chowan S. C, 16. 847. 
petitions on county bounds, 8. 633- 

634. 
Hoskins, Thos., 26. 212. 
Hoskins, Thos., in assembly, 6. 145, 

303, 304; on com. of assem., 6. 111. 
in Prov. Cong., 16. 166. 
petitions on county bounds, 8. 633- 

634. 
to Caswell asking commission as 

clerk, 11. 532. 
Hoskins, Thos., In militia, 22. 325. 
Hoskins, Thos., in militia, 22. 326. 
Hoskins, Thos., Juror, 2. 398, 443, 543, 

655, 667, 668, 704; 8. 54. 
land of lapses, 2. 283. 
Hoskins, Thomas, Juror, 4. 516. 
Hoskins, Thos., pays rent. 1. 403. 
Hoskins, Wm., 28. 214, 215. 
Hoskins, Wm., claims, 4. 150. 

Juror, 4. 516. 
Hoskins, Wm.,' on Chowan S. C, 16. 

847. 
petitions on county bounds, 8. 633- 



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289 



HOUSE, WM. 



634. 
road coms'r, S8. 214. 
Hotklnt Lino, 8. 425. 
Hotkin'8 Mill Dam, SS. 837. 
Hospital, act for for sick seamen, S5. 
56-7. 81-2. 
bill for, on Cape Fear, 8. 1127, 1200, 

1201, 1202. 
Browne to Gates on, 14. 756-757. 
needed, 14. 562. 
Hosaet, Wm., furnishes supplies to 

Tryon, 8. 621. 
Hossold, Mary, imported, 1. 396. 
Hosaoid, Thos^ imports persons, 1. 

396. 
Hosaoid, Thos., Jr., imported, 1. 396. 
Hostilities, begin in the Cape Fear, 

10. 432. 
Hpstin, Oliver, ariny pay, 17. 219. 
Hostler, Alex., 10. 613, 614. 
asks that paper be sold, 10. 279. 
discharged as Tory, 18. 966. 
goods sold, 8. 1186. 
on confiscation act, 16. 203-205. 
pays money to S. C, 8. 1153. 
taxable, 16. 191. 
voter, 16. 238. 
Hostler, Alexander, A Co., goods of 
sold by Wilmington Safety Com., 
8. 1103, 1104. 
Hotels, act on, 88. 79-80, 97; 86. 161, 
169, 182, 203, 262, 358; to regulate, 
28. 182-5, 337, 492-4, 725-8; 24. 
279-81. 
Hotham, Commodore, 12. 174, 338, 
340, 361; 18. 368. 
flag of truce sent by, 18. 64. 
Hotten, Mr., in C. C, 17. 556, 557. 
Hotweil, Samuel, army pay, 17. 216. 
Hotweils, Bristol, 7. 754, 757. 
Houby, Willis, army pay, 17. 218. 
Houby, Zachariah, army pay, 17. 221. 
Houck, Capt., defeated, 16. 259. 
Houed, John, signs, Pitt Asso., 10. 

222. 
Hough, Hezekiah, a J. P., 28. 995. 

to procure arms, 10. 525. 
Hough, John, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Hough, Rich'd, a J. P., 28. 994. 
Hough, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 952, 

1034. 
Houghton. See Haughton. 
Houghton, Lt., dead, 16. 754. 
Houghton, Chas., quit rents of, 22. 

256. 
Houghton, George, Juryman, 2. 261. 

witness, 2. 82. 
Houghton, Joshua, a J. P., 6. 657. 



charges against as J. P., 6. 494. 
Houghton, Joshua, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 
Houghton, Richard, debt of .proved, 1. 
608. 
juror, 1. 623. 

law suit, 1. 591, 651, 652. 
Houghton, Thos., a J. P., 28. 995. 
Houghton (Horton), Thos., appraiser, 

I. 549. 

deputy marshal, 1. 622. 

gives bond for appeal, 1. 624. 

juror, 1. 534. 

law suits, 1. 483, 486. 487, 562, 609, 
610, 621-2. 624. 652, 655-656. 

road overseer, 1. 611, 625. 

witness, 1. 606, 610, 627. 
Houghton, Thos., juror, 26. 185. 
Houghton, Thos., messenger, 14. 246, 
248. 

money to be paid to for Robertson, 
18. 567, 568. 
Houghton, Thos., Watauga to be an- 
nexed. 10. 708-11. 
Houghton, Wm., a J. P.. 4. 49. 
Houghton, Wm., in militia, 22. 333. 
Houghton, Wm., law suit, 2. 92. 
Houghton, Wm., witness, 4. 444. 
noughts, Thos., summoned, 1. 533. 
Houlden, Robert. See Holden, Robert. 
Houmackta, murderer, 10. 119. 
Houpastubah Piamatia, at Indian Con- 
gress. 11. 179. 
Hourahtimatahoh, at Indian Congress, 

II. 179. 
House. See Howse. 
House, Mr., 18. 494. 

House, Benj., horseman. 16. 509. 
House, Everitt, deposition on frauds, 

18. 150. 
House, G., commands the Eagle, 16. 

71. 
House, George, 2. 805. 
House, George, juror, 4. 621. 
House, Geo., quit rents of, •22. 241. 
House, Job, ensign. 16. 448. 
House, John, juror, 4. 522. 
House, John, Jr., patroler, 10. 63. 
House, NImrod, horseman, 16. 509, 

510. 
House, Robert, land grant asked, 4. 

440; grant to, 4. 350, 446. 
House, Robert, quit rents of, 22. 241. 
House, Thbmas, petitions for Windsor 

as C. H., 8. 804-806. 
House, Wm., in militia, 22. 367. 
House, Wm., in militia, 22. 314. 



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HOUSE BURNING 



290 



HOUSTON, WM. 



House burning, explained by Bunring- 

ton. 8. 617-619. 
House of Commons (Eng.)» 6. vl; 10. 
57, 224, 395, 398, 447, 449; 11. 269. 
efforts to make assembly like, 8. 

xli, xlii. 
majority in against America, 18. 

vi, 36. 
model for N. C. assembly, 7. 788. 
petition buried in, 10. 20. 
proposed to repeal duties on glass, 

etc., 8. 197, 198. 
quoted on taxes, 10. 18. 
resolution of considered, 8. 1255- 
1257; 10. 49. 
House of Commons, N. C, 22. 580. 
composition, powers, etc., 28. 980-2. 
creation and powers, ,10. 1007-1013. 
extract from Journal of, 18. 208-210. 
Henry's letter laid before, 11. 452. 
Journals of, 12. 265-452, 655-764, 816- 
880; 18. 625-734o, 784-824, 913- 
1000; 18. 1-177; 21. 1-192, 193- 
436, 871-1083. 
organization in Franklin and pow- 
ers, 22. 664-8, 669, 670. 
qualifications of members. 28. 981. 
See also Bibliographical notes to 
this index. 
House of Lords, 18. 157; 18. 141. 
House of Rep. of U. 8., 22. 115, 635, 

636. 795, 798, 799, 801; 28. 1248. 
Houser, Geo., in assem., 20. 532, 534; 
21. 2, 3, 6, 47, 52, 66, 68, 74, 77, 
85, 86, 190, 789, 872, 873, 937. 940, 
946, 952, 965, 970, 980. 999, 1003, 
1004, 1006, 1012, 1013, 1021, 1031, 
1032, 1055. 
in cony. 1789, 22. 38, 47, 48. 
Houses, character, 6. 573. 
character of those to be built in 

Smithfield, 24. 22. 
See also various towns under acts 
of incorporation. 
House's Mili, 18. 166. 
Houson, Mti, 4. 667. 
Houson, John, exempted, 8. 482. 
Houssell, 2. 276. 

Houston, Gov., 18. 332; 14. 324. 
Houston, Abraham, in army, 18. 528. 
Houston, Archd., in militia, 22. 285. 
Houston, Archd., in militia, 22. 330. 
Houston, Christopher, building coms'r, 

24. 981. 
Houston, James, in Prov. Cong., 10. 

165, 167, 173. 
Houston, James, memorial, 18. 84; 
considered, 18. 124, 126. 



Houston, James, officer, 22. 702. 
Houston, James, pensioner, 22. 68. 
Houston, James, prisoner, 18. 674. 
Houston, John, in C. C, 17. 556, 557, 
591; 18. 488, 548, 552, 641, 671, 
709, 726, 754. 
Houston, Moses, a J. P., 4. 1038. 
in assembly, 8. 135, 362, 387, 395, 
421, 428, 430, 470, 514, 647, 655. 
Houston, Moses, in militia, 22. 307. 
Houston, Moses, land grants asked, 

4. 440, 708, 759. 
Houston, Samuel, town coms'r, 24. 

846. 
Houston, Thos., bill for tobacco inspec- 
tion. 21. 1019. 
Houston, Will C, payment by, 17. 

560; to U. S.. 18. 928. 929. 
Houston, Wm., a J. P., 4. 1039. 
Houston, Wm., a J. P., 28. 993. 
Houston (Huston), Wm., a J. P., O. 

762. 
Houston, Wm., act for town on lands 
of, 24. 846-7; to vest lands in, 
24. 332. 
affidavit, 4. 665-666. 
allowance to, 22. 852. 
appointed stamp distributor, 7. 130. 
building coms'r, 26. 246. 270, 271. 
collector, 28. 373. 

deposition in matter of Rowan, 4. 

1099, 1108; on Rowan's agreement 

with Woodward. 4. 1136-1137; 

ment'd, 4. 1236. 

dropped as J. P., 6. 993. 

forced to resign as stamp officer, 

7. 124, 125, 131, 143, 195. 
grants to McCulloh in name of, 8. 

570. 
hanged and burned in effig^y, 7. ix-x, 

125. 
in assembly. 4. 1258, 1260, 1261, 
1262, 1263, 1265, 1268, 1269, 1271, 
1274, 1281, 1282, 1286. 1288, 1293, 
1296, 1297, 1322, 1324, 1325, 1327, 
1333. 1335, 1340, 1342, 1347; 6. 56, • 
192. 200. 201, 204, 207, 212. 229, 
232, 258, 269, 272, 277, 290, 294, 
307, 308, 521, 834, 845, 854, 868, 
873. 885, 887, 889. 892, 919, 920, 
921, 922, 1002; 8. 96. 104. 123. 147, 
167, 353, 358, 662, 665, 671, 678. 
682, 690. 
land grant to, 4. 588, 800, 947, 1049 ; 

6. xxxiii. 
letter on S. A. business ment'd, 7. 

290. 
made an associate with McCulloh, 



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291 



HOWARD, GROOVES 



5. 771-772, 779, 780. 
ment'd as witDess* 4. 1144. 

on com. of assembly, 4. 1268, 1276, 

6. 39, 181, 195, 196. 
petition on trade, 5. 321-324. 
reports on town site, 6. 816. 
resigns as stamp master, 7. vi, vii, 

Ix. 
to Johnston on irregularities in land 

grants, 4. 1134-1136. 
to Tryon on stamp act, 7. 198-199, 

202. 
turns over land to Tryon, 8. 254; 8. 

369. 
to Caswell on arrests for conspiracy, 

11. 523. 
vestryman,'28. 343. 
Houston, Wm., clerk claims com., 28. 

841. 
Houston, Wm., in conv. 1789, 82. 39. 
memorial. 21. 273-274, 359, 619. 657- 
658, 694. 
Houston, Wm., in militia, 28. 284. 
Houston, Wm., militia captain, 24. 

292. 
Houston, Wm., Jrti 7. 199. 
Houston, Wm., 9r., bill for town on 
lands of, 17. 322, 333, 346, 392; 
2C. 36, 58. 
Houston's Creek, inspection on, 84. 

581. 
Houstonville, 22. 115. 
Houzar. See Howzer. 
Houzar, Mr., 14. 462. 
Houzar, George, to explain absence 

from S. C, 10. 230. 
Houzer, Geo., comsY on pub. buildings, 

26. 16. 
Hove, Mr., 8. ^065. 
Hover, Henry, land grant to, 4. 1049. 
Hoves, Mr., 8. 1069. 
Hove's Ferry, 8. 1065. 
Hovey, 8eth, canal coms'r, 85. 50. 
in assembly, 8. 734, 736, 839, 842, 

874, 890, 902, 930, 952. 
in conv. 1788, 28. 2, 6, 29, 32. 
money from, 81. 1064. 
sheriff, 81. 1075. 
Hovor, Hen., in militia, 88. 315. 
How. See Howe. Howes. 
How, Job, 88. 418; 84. 848. 
a J. P., 8. 418; 4. 4, 46; removed, 4. 

218. 
in assembly, 4. 115. 116, 117. 
land grant to, 4. 217, 1244. 
slave castrated, 88. 825. 
See also Howe, Howes. 
How, Job, Jr., in mildtia, 88. 384. 



How, John, quit rents of, 88. 241. 
How, Sampson, castrated, 88. 825. 
Howant, Mr., claims, 4. 751. 
Howard, Mr., claims Carolina. 1. 35- 

36. 
Howard, Brig. Gen., at Guilford C. H., 

17. 1006. 
Howard, Lt. Col., wounded, 16. 638. 
Howard, AUen, pensioner, 88. 70. 
Howard, Ann, petition, 80. 36; con- 
sidered, 17. 320, 322; rejected. 

17. 370. 
Howard, Armweli, land grant to, 4. 

799. 
Howard, Barnard, land patent to, 8. 

342. 
Howard, Earned, in militia, 88. 318. 
Howard, Ben, asks relief from church 

tax. 8. 95-96. 
Howard, BenJ., takes oath, 88. 172. 
Howard, Charles, T. 459. 
Howard, Claiborne, pensioner, 88. 70. 
Howard, Daniel, deposition on capture 

of sloop, 8. 239-240. 
Howard, David, asks relief from 

church tax. 8. 95-96. 
petition on who are tithables. 8. 97. 
Howard, David, in militia, 88. 365. 
Howard, David, in militia. 88. 375. 
Howard, David, takes oath, 88. -172. 
Howard, Edmond, in militia. 88. 341. 
Howard, Edward, a J. P., 8. 540, 565. 

570, 607; 4. 346. 
Juror, 8. 666. 

land grant to, 4. 273; lapses, 8. 282. 
Howard, Edward, army pay, 17. 217. 

army rank, 18. 1079. 
Howard, Edward, army rank, 18. 1081. 
Howard, Edward, tried for counter- 
feiting. 8. 586-587. 
Howard, Edward, to Caswell on his 

fortunes. 11. 798-799. 
Howard, Edward, vestryman, 85. 210. 
Howard, Frances, in militia, 88. 163. 
Howard, Francis, asks relief from 

church tax, 8. 95-96. 
petition on who are tithables, 8. 97. 
Howard, Francis, takes oath, 88. 178. 
Howard, Francis, Jr., takes oath, 88